I’m not an aerofan but I do understand the aero advantage. And I like bikes like Storck Aernario (I know it doesn’t look so aero). Usually aero bikes got brakes that has less drag than braking power but the future seems to get it all. Aero and good brakes, will they be comfortable enough for Paris-Roubaix soon too?
Anyway, BH upgraded their aero G6 to a G7. The biggest change is the discbrakes
As it is new for 2016 it of course got 12mm axles front and rear too. You don’t want it to flex when you go fast, do you?
BB386 like usual for BH. I’m not such big fan of it but probably good if you got the right crankset. Clean aerobike with the only thing that looks cheap and in the wrong place is the stem 😉
First a friend tipsed me about the coolest bottle cages available, or soon available. Vincero Design Edge 16. Using a magnet that keeps the bottle in place and no shaking bottles, pretty sleek without bottles too:
Next up is Julie Bresset. Thought she won the World Championships on Shimano XTR. But maybe not, check here Di2 modded bike:
The the best tireproducer in the world: FMB is doing the things Challenge tries to do. They got a mtbtire (Challenge thread) for both 26″ and 29″. And you can buy it as you can’t with Challenge’s mtbtire (Link to FMB):
And last but not smallest, THM Carbones comes with a Clavicula M3 crank for mtb and a tapered Scapula fork (link to Bikerumor):
Found this nice video from the World Cup in Offenburg. Listen too Brian Lopez and Catharine Pendrel, see how Manuel Fumic have it before and after and compare the difference between a lot of meet at Cannondale to a lot of fruit at Orbea and listen to Julien Absalon before the race. For me Absalon has seemed a little boring but starting to be impressed by the perfection around him.