New Bike Feel (My Ride)

After a series of injuries in 2015, I decided to take a break out of the 2016 season. It's easy to simply decide to put up the white flag and stay unfit but that's not the promise I made to myself. 

The first obstacle was, of course, taking the bike out. It has been more than 6 months since the bike was last touched and it was due for a major overhaul. 

I was planning to do a full video of the process but being it my first time trying to do a full strip of the bike, I had so much hiccups, making the video was out of my mind. 

So a run through of the full set up: 

 Dee Bike

Dee Bike


Frame: Specialized SL4 2015 Sport Size 54cm (Gallardo Orange)

Wheels: Mavic Open Pro CD Rims + Ultegra 6800 Hubs + Sapim Spokes +Shimano 5800 11-29T Cassette

Tires: Specialized Turbo Pro 25mm

Crankset: Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 53/39 + Stages Dura-Ace 9000 Power Meter

Bottom Bracket: Hawk Racing BB30PF to 24mm

Shift Lever: Shimano 105 5800

Front/Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105 5800

Chain: KMC 11 Speed

Brakes: Axis 2.0

Brake Pads: SwissStop Flash Pro Green GHP II

Handlebar: 3T ErgoSum Pro Alloy Road Handlebar 2014 (42cm)

Bar Tape: Prologo Double Touch

Stem: Specialized 100mm -7 degree

Saddle: Specialized Power Pro

Pedals: Speedplay Zero

Cable and Housing: Jagwire Road Pro

 Stages Dura-Ace 9000 Power Meter

Stages Dura-Ace 9000 Power Meter

 Specialized Power Pro

Specialized Power Pro

 Garmin 500

Garmin 500

 And the tiny detail that makes it mine.

And the tiny detail that makes it mine.

The long break gave me time to work on my career and company but now it's time to embark on more challenges.

Will be embarking on a training plan tomorrow. Let the games begin?