For this year's Nemba fest I decided to build a bike to bring and show off. I prepared a list of what I wanted the bike to be and set off to build it... For those of you wondering here's some inside dirty details of this build.
Frame- Steel. Dedacciai Zero and Zero Uno oversize tubing to be exact. I'm not going to go into the nitty gritty details on diameters and butts but know it's steel, stiff, relatively light and modern! Geometry follows the latest long and low concept with a slack head tube angle, steep seat tube, long front and center, short stays and low bottom bracket. It handles superbly, is stiff but doesn't beat you down.
Parts: Well initially, my goal was to make this an "affordable" build... Then the Quarq power meter and carbon Ferretti wheels ended up on the bike, pushing the price up and the bling factor high! Anyway instead of me describing all the parts, I'll put some images up so you can see for yourself!
David is either found riding his bike or in his workshop working on them!