The Campagnolo Bullet 50mm wheelset offers all the benefits of carbon rims with an aluminium braking surface. A perfect choice for riders wanting wheels for all occasions and require excellent performance all year round.
"I ordered an XL using the size chart - 46in chest. That did not fit so I returned it and ordered and XXL - 48 in chest. That did not fit either. The XXL fits a 44 inch chest - the L size.The size chart is 2 sizes out. Both had to be returned."
Cons: Poor Fit
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Culebro Tria 2010
The Culebro Tria has been redesigned for 2010, with flowing alloy tubing, aero seatpost and carbon aero bladed forks and TT/Tri specific geometry to put you in the most aerodynamic position possible, this bike is sure to be a great success.
Components have been picked to provide you with the most versatile of machines, Shimano's top of the range Dura Ace has been chosen for the drive train and then matched up with FSA's TT/Tri specific Gossamer chainset. FSA have also provided the bars and stem, in the form of their RO250 bars, Clip On RO A400 Bars finished in a stealthy black.
A concept Extreme Tria saddle is mounted to the aero seat post to provide you with ample riding comfort when 'on the rivet'. For 2010 Focus have gone for a true all rounder on the wheelset front, by choosing a pair of DT's R1300's, these will suit most courses due to their semi deep section rims and super smooth hubs, and allow for you to change the bike to suit your events course, these are then wrapped in a pair of fast rolling Schwalbe Ultremo tyres.
The Culebro Tria has been designed to beat the clock, without beating your budget.
"I bought this bike 2 months ago for £999 from Wiggle and have been very pleased with it. At the offer price of £899 it is a steal. I saw the Bikeradar review that criticised the floppy fork after I ordered the bike and therefor checked this out at soon as I could. I am 6ft and 15 stone and tried everything I could to reproduce the behaviour, e.g. standing on the pedals going up hill, and I to my relief I could not. So I am very pleased with the bike and hope other customers are not put off a bargain. All I can presume is that the Bikeradar bike had a faulty set of forks."
Pros: Durable, Great Value, Attractive, Comfortable, High Quality, Adjustable, Good Fit