This bike was flawless on a day that saw 4 miles of "peanut butter" mud. The shimano drive train never missed a shift. The only reason I was washing the muf off was I was tired of carrying the extra weight. This years dirty kanza was one that will be talked about for years to come.
Based on the McClaren tt04 helmet used in Europe, the TT is the newest offering for we mortals by the big S. Developed in the wind tunnel to maximize aerodynamics (and having a visor that is supposedly aero neutral) yet somehow still very comfortable and adjustable (with a dial system to perfect your fit.) this is one of the nicest time trial helmets I've ever had the pleasure of wearing. <br />
Priced competitively against the other "super helmets" the only real complaint I know of right now is availability.
I love using Colnago bikes for their durability, design, strength, they are lightweight yet strong enough to take the force of professional racing, sprinting for the finish line or climbing a steep incline. They are brilliant for every form of racing as well. I have had several Colnagos and they have never let me down. The Clx 2.0 is a sloping frame in the mid range of frames, affordable for anyone looking to own a Colnago. Don't think they are to expensive and for the pros only.... they're not. Highly recommended!! I have always used Campagnolo group sets and wheels and once again, although at the higher end of the market, still affordable, reliable, strong, light and well worth the investment. Own a Colnago today, you will not be disappointed!!
I have spent years using cheap, subpar helmets but I finally got a deal on the Giro and it is absolutely incredible. I can barely feel it since it is so light and comfortable. Also, it matches the kit so I am very satisfied with the helmet.