Case in point, this Aerowood we launched off to Florida a week ago. Our standard-issue eTap build is pretty sweet, with Rolf Prima Ares carbon wheels and FSA cockpit, but there's a certain cool-factor in this ENVE-centered build, matching wheels to fork, bars and stem. Not to mention the radness of integrated crankset power meters...and wireless shifting.
This Aerowood is built for speed on the flats, which is pretty much the only goal when you live in Florida. Luckily, the ENVE SES 3.4 wheelset is one of the best options around for all-angle speed, and the package only gets faster when paired with the Aerowood frame and topped off with the SES aero handlebar. By the way- those wheels? They're spinning on ENVE's carbon hubset featuring ceramic bearings and DT Swiss star-ratchet freehub internals.
The SRAM eTap 22 speed wireless drivetrain is augmented by the DZero powermeter in the crankset. All gearing and power data can be sent to the same connected computer head- the system is compatible with many Wahoo, Garmin Lezyne and other computers.
Of course what everyone loves about eTap is the lack of wires, and it looks great on Aerowoods; no fittings or wires to break up the clean lines of the frame.
There's nothing like a bicycle in which the aesthetic transmits the purpose, and this Aerowood tells its own story of speed.
It's obvious from first glance that this is a no-comprimise road machine, and the ride expereince is thrilling. The lightweight carbon wheels spin up incredibly fast and once the bike is up to speed (20mph+) it really sings. Tight gearing rewards speed on the flats and the drops are juts low enough to hammer out the miles without working to stay in the low position.
It nearly goes without mention that the hollow frame made from maple and wenge woods with a layer of carbon fiber in the downtube is at the heart of the expereince, providing a stiff and responsive platform for spirited efforts on the pedals while controlling vibration and jolts from the road more effectively than any other Aero road frame on the market.
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|Pursuit & Aerowood Frame Size||48 / XS||51 / S||54 / M||56 / M/L||58 / L||61 / XL|
|Rider Height (in)||59-63"||64-67"||67-70"||70-73"||73-75"||74-76"|
|Renovo Mountain Frame Size||15 / S||17 / M||19 / L||21 / XL|
|Rider Height (in)||62-66"||67-70"||71-74"||74-76"|
|John Day & G.M. Original Frame Size||52 / S||55 / M||58 / L||61 / XL|
|Rider Height (in)||62-66"||67-71"||72-74"||74-76"|
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