Posts written by Emiliano Jordan





Blue ENVE 3.4 / Tune

There’s no better way to quickly upgrade a bike than a wheel set, and in the bike industry there’s no better present than ENVE. That’s why we’ve built this striking all around wheel set for a beloved Colnago C40. The ENVE SES series is well known for it’s aerodynamic prowess and handling in cross-winds. The … Read More

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Colnago C60 :: Eppur Si Muove

It’s not often we build up frames from Italy’s prestigious Colnago, yet here at the end of 2014 we’re going to build three C60 frames. This could be a sign that the oversized C60 will be able to bring Colnago back to the forefront of cycling’s boutique brands where in their prime they made frames … Read More

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2014 Road Handlebar Review

We’ve designated 2014 as the year of testing here at Fair Wheel and this is the 3rd test in the series, road handlebars.  We’ve once again brought back our favorite engineer, Jason Krantz. Jason’s a mechanical engineer whose graduate work focused on the intersection of composite materials and finite element analysis. Jason has worked for … Read More

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July, Nadine Rieder

2014 CyclePassion Calendar

Many of you probably have noticed that the 2014 Cyclepassion calendar has been delayed in its release.  We’ve heard that the producer of the calendar had been involved in a scooter accident near her home and had to postpone all the photo shoots.  Not to worry though, the 2014 calendar has been printed and is … Read More

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ENVE 8.9 Clinchers on Tune Hubs

  These rims aren’t new but with their limited availability not many of them have been seen so I thought I’d share these.  They’re the 8.9 rims laced up into our Tune Mig/Mag hubs using Sapim’s CX Ray spokes.  I’ve always been a fan of deep wheels, being 180 lbs and 6’2″ I had to … Read More

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Parlee's New ESX Aero Road Bike

Parlee’s new aero ESX frameset

The new Parlee ESX frame is out and more specs, including aero data, will be available in the next couple days.  For now I know that the weight will be mid 800 to mid 900 depending on sizing.  Obviously it’s going to be a bit more than the Z5 but surprisingly not as much as … Read More

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Aero English Road

This build is bound to ruffle a few feathers, especially the deep section rims on a thin-tubed steel road frame. Rob English has applied his unique vision of what an aero road bike should be. Small, but complicated touches like the inverted fork/stem arrangement and integrated skewer ends reduce drag in little ways that add … Read More

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