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  1. Any info on Gauteng champs for next year?
  2. Do you guys think a TT bike and accessories are worth it compared to only a road bike with perhaps some extra accessories, e.g. TT bars, shoe covers and skin suit? I have a Giant TCR road bike and race on it, but I think it would be nice to also train TT style and also to do the TT races, even though they are not common. Don't want to break the bank, therefore is it even worth it considering the costs and potential time savings? And I have no problem swopping out wheels and pedals (important for one day when I get a power meter) and whatever between bikes if I only get a TT frame and if they are compatible. In essence, could be more like 1.5 bikes than a proper road and proper TT bike. Found these two nice videos which show some aero savings and relevant costs: and E.g. in the second picture you can see an aero frame is very expensive relative to the little aero saving you get while a special skin suit is worth much more in drag and time saving at a relative low cost. Thanks
  3. Hey Hubbers So my issue of the week is my TT set up. My bars are too low which is effecting my lower neck when trying to look forward. My stem is currently at 0 degree and I am reluctant to flip it purely because it wont look great! I have been searching for spacers for these bars and even looking into buying blank carbon bars which come with everything I could possibly need. The problem with importing goods is quality control, wrong sizes and if I need more. I have attached a picture of me on the bike, if anyone is a guru at set ups and can point me in the right direction of a solution that would be great! cheapest is always the best just not flipping the stem! haha Thanks Shane
  4. Hello, Looking for bike shop in PE, jbay, st francis that can supply me with TT aerobar extensions and do a bike fitment for the TT position on a Trek Madone road bike. Any advice?
  5. LARC Distributors have 2014 Fuji Norcom 2.1 (11 speed Ultegra) and 2.3 (Sram Rival) UCI legal TT/Tri bikes in stock. We also take special orders on our Fuji Norcom 1.3 (Ultegra 11 sp Di-2/981 carbon wheels) and the 1.1 (Dura Ace 11 sp Di-2/981 carbon wheels) 12-15 days airfreight delivery. Contact us at info@larcdistributors.co.za to find our dealers near you.
  6. Hey hubbers. I am doing my first full ironman this year. Yikes. I am keen to get a TT bike, but won't be able to prior to this years event. Was wondering whether there are any kind souls out there, who ride a 56cm TT bike and lives in Joburg who would be willing to let me ride their pride and joy Worth an ask Scrumpy
  7. KwaZulu-Natal has been awarded the 2014 SA National Road Cycling and Time Trial Championships, which will take place from 4-9 February 2014. Click here to view the article
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