I’ve given this a page by itself perhaps because of its singlemindedness as a TT rig. Useless for anything but riding fast over short(ish) distances, hills are surprisingly OK though as witnessed by it’s maiden race, the hilly Lizard 30

Build list for the geeks goes something like this….

  • Frame: 55cm Condor Stadio track
  • Fork: Easton EC90 Aero
  • Rear Wheel: Royce Ti track hub with HED 90 RIM, bladed spokes
  • Front Wheel: Standard HED 90
  • Tubs: Vittoria Corsa CX
  • Stem: Stella Azzura Espresso
  • Bars: Alpina
  • Saddle: Selle Italia SLR T1
  • BB: Sugino Superlap
  • Cranks: Sugino 75 (172.5mm)
  • Chainring: Fibre-lyte carbon 55T
  • Sprocket: EAI Superstar, 15T
  • Chain: DiD track chain
  • Pedals: Look Keo
  • Front brake: Campag Record
  • Brake Lever: Tektro Carbon

That’s all there is to it. Doesn’t weigh an awful lot, is lovely and stiff and exciting to ride.

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