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  • Steve’s new Enigma Equinox …

     Steve Kish updated 6 years ago 10 Members · 13 Posts
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  • Steve Kish

    4 August 2014 at 4:50 pm

    Finally got a couple of better photos of the new frame …

    Rides like dream and takes the edge off all the crap roads around here. Not cheap but I’m hoping that this is my ‘bike for life’.

    Full Spec

    Frame – Enigma Equinox 57cm 3Al/2.5V frame with 6Al/4V head tube. Close clearance with no chainstay bridge. Lifetime warranty.

    Forks – Enigma Electron K3 full carbon monocoque with 43mm rake.

    Seat pillar – Enigma Ventus C7 full carbon. 25mm layback.

    Saddle – Charge Knife with titanium rails.

    Headset – Evolution integrated 1-1/8″ with sealed angular contact bearings.

    Wheels – Fulcrum Racing 3.

    Tyres – Conti GP4000S with Race 28 Light tubes

    Chainset – Shimano Ultegra 6750 with 50/36 rings.

    Bars and stem – Deda Newton anatomic 42mm bars with 130mm stem

    Brakes – Shimano Ultegra 6700 with Swissstop GHP 2 pads.

    Shifters – Campag 10-speed Centaur Carbon with Veloce front/rear derailleurs.

    Cassette – Campag Centaur/Veloce, all 10-speed with choice of 11-23, 11-25, 12-25, 12-27 and 13-29, depending on ride level and terrain.

    Pedals – Look Keo.

    Chain – KMC 10.93.

    Pump – Lezyne Road Drive.

    Bottle cages – Chinese carbon.

  • Oscer

    4 August 2014 at 5:01 pm

    That’s one nice clean looking bike Steve, I love it 8)

  • nick dv

    4 August 2014 at 5:04 pm

    Very nice 🙂

  • Bjj.andy.w

    4 August 2014 at 5:08 pm

    V v v niiiiiiice 8)

  • Gunner

    4 August 2014 at 7:33 pm

    Lovely. 😀

  • mswimfish

    4 August 2014 at 7:39 pm

    Spot on that Steve 😉

    atb mike

  • Steve Kish

    4 August 2014 at 7:44 pm

    Thanks folks. Out again tomorrow.

    One small point that I love – the finish is brushed metal. This is fine as ti is completely impervious to all water, including salt water. With the unpainted finish, any small scratches can be removed with a piece of Scotchbrite pad being rubbed with the brush marks. I tested this under the seat clamp – and it works! 😀

  • bradbrad

    4 August 2014 at 8:52 pm

    Bloody lovely Steve, that cabling looks tidy 😉

  • Lin

    4 August 2014 at 10:03 pm


  • stelfc2005

    6 August 2014 at 12:26 am

    In a word NICE , for me the beauty of a Ti bike is the finish and colour . its will never go out of fashion and should age well if looked after .

    ive notice that Enigma will paint your shiny new Ti bike in virtually any colour , why anyone would do this is hard to see 😕

  • Steve Kish

    6 August 2014 at 8:26 pm

    I saw the results of their painting and they do a great job, not just in ti but steel as well.

    Whilst I agree about the bare metal of ti being the most desirable, perhaps painting it would be a good disguise as a steel frame … ? A Reynolds 501 decal set may complete the deception. 8)

  • andywatson

    6 August 2014 at 9:41 pm

    Well done.

    Money well spent.

    I think leaving it in plain brushed Ti was a good call.

    I hope you’ve got some high-tech clothing to wear when you’re on it.

    You can’t ride a bike like that dressed by Anquetil Boutique.

  • Steve Kish

    6 August 2014 at 10:27 pm

    Bit more modern clothing than that, despite the age.


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