It can weigh 15.56 pounds if you build it up with Sram Red, Zipp wheels and carbon bottle cages, all of which I am keeping for myself. ;)
It’s been ridden on the foreign cobblestones of...uh...Covington, Kentucky.
It placed 7th twice in Cat 3 road races, once in a breakaway and once in a bunch sprint. Yippie!
Unlike those pesky Trek Madone's that some ride, I was never severly injured on it.
If you like the Cincinnati Bengals or Halloween, it’s your favorite colors!
It also looks good with white bar tape for at least 3 days.
It can deliver a killer leadout so your Cat 2 teammate can snatch up that one 4th place point instead of a big cow-legged dude in a green and white kit.
If you have legs bigger than mine, you might be able to stick a heroic solo breakaway attempt like this:
It makes getting dropped from the lead group while suffering in a 95 degree July race a tiny bit better. See article below for details on how you can get your sweaty fanny on this incredibly gifted and blessed bike.