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Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Time NXR Instinct for CC.

Taking a cue from my own NXR Instinct, CC was looking for a performance road machine that would serve him just as well on 6 hour training rides as it would during 60 minute criteriums.


HED impresses me with their alloy clincher wheelsets. Look for more of these on Svelte Issue machines in the future.


The shaped tubes from Time are not just for looks, they noticeably improve stiffness along the top tube over their previous generation modules.




The rear end of the NXR is fitted with lugs making frame repairs relatively easy as need be. Time USA has their own certified shop for said needs.



"Asymetrical Chainstays" means the drive side chain stay is designed to better withstand the strains of the drive train under load.



I love how Times Translink System makes for super clean lines. Very friendly to the eye.



These are the HED "Flame Rouge" series hubs... Slightly lighter and than their standard version.




You just can't go wrong with Shimano Dura Ace. Even their new Ultegra 6700 is worthy and you will see that on my Gaulzetti Corsa Titanio with pics to come very soon.


Schoooom!


Time uses an 1 1/8 - 1 1/2 steerer fork. Said fork also passes the new, stringent CEN (Comité Européen de Normalisation) standards.


The Time NXR Instinct... I love mine!

-Svelte Cycles is the exclusive dealer of Time frames in Tax-Free New Hampshire.
-The NXR Instinct is in stock and ready to ship as a frameset within 1 week and as a complete bike within 2 weeks, colours and sizes pending.
-The NXR frameset costs $5300 plus shipping.
-The NXR as a complete machine starts at $8800 outfitted with Campagnolo Chorus.
-Call or e-mail me and we can specify your Finish Kit to suit.
-Download my Order Form HERE.

XXX,
Justin Spinelli
www.sveltecycles.com
( +1) 603 943-4202

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous bike, but I sure wouldn't do a crit on it...

Mathieu said...

The weight? any idea?

Romu said...

Hello

One more great configuration.

What size, end saddle height? How much mm spacer under the stem?

Thanks