Phoenix (2016) – Cannondale Slice, Simano Ultegra Di2 (Time Trial bike)
I replaced my Orbea Ordu with a Cannondale Slice for racing this year. I ordered a 48cm Slice (I know, super small for a 5’6″ woman!!) and was able to get the fit dialed in perfectly with the help of Bob Burke at Guy’s Bicycles.
Seabiscuit (2016) – Cannondale Supersix Evo HM Dura Ace (ROAD bike)
50cm frame size. So fast, light (just over 15 lbs.), stiff, responsive. Had it built up with Knight Composites wheels (65/35).
Sir Galahad (2015) – Gunnar Sport custom build from Veloville USA (Touring Build)
American made steel frame from Gunnar (Waterford) Bicycles in Wisconsin. Custom wheels with White Industries hubs, Pacenti Rims and DT Swiss Spokes. Thomson Masterpiece seatpost and stem, Cane Creek headset, Brooks leather saddle and bar tape. I will be having Honjo fenders and a Tubus rack installed so this bike will be perfectly suited for the 2016 Tour de Cure and any other light touring in intend to undertake.
Ty (2015) – Alchemy Chiron
A titanium frame cyclocross/gravel bike. With SRAM Force 1 groupset (38T chainring and 11-32 cassette). HED Ardennes wheels. Hydraulic disc brakes. This bike is a work of art and handles beautifully.
Jack (2014) – Gunnar custom SS build from Veloville USA (Single Speed CX bike)
All of the functionality of the geared CX bike, except gears. Which makes for a beautifully quiet and smooth ride and easy maintenance. It also makes for some quad busting and heart-pounding hill climbing. Great for development of power and strength.
I really want to make use of the MTB for cross-training and improving my handling. The 29er wheels help with my lack of technical skills, as does the full suspension. So far some simple rides for fun, potentially racing in the future. I’m learning that pre-riding the course is CRITICAL for MTB.
Javier (2015) Orbea Ordu mTeam-i (Time Trial)
Justin (2013) Trek Madone 5.2 WSD (Road Bike)
Brian (2014) Fuji Norcom Straight 2.1 (Time Trial)
Sully (2014) Trek Boone 5 Disc (Cyclocross)