Maybe you have a long commute and want to clip in and maybe sometimes youre heading to neighborhood cafe or pub and just want to get going. These are the perfect pedals for this scenario. Give it a shot or make it a double.
This is going on my rain bike with full Ultegra set up. Great value for the performance. For a rain or commuter bike, I always look for ways to save, while maintaining a high(ish) level of quality. I put about 150 miles per week on my rain bike in winter.
After breaking a second Campy Record Carbon post in the past 5 years and given that they're pretty much unattainable, I decided it would be okay to defile my full Campy Colnago and I took the dive and went for the Enve post. Excellent fit and finish and stealth aesthetic. I've read complaints that it is difficult to adjust but I have to disagree completely. The dual wedge design is ingenious and all you need to do is get the seat tilt located approximately where you want it, tighten both wedge screws just enough to hold everything loosely together, and alternate tightening one wedge and then the other a little at a time to dial in the precise seat angle you want. No crawling around under the saddle to access bolts you can't see and can only wrench 14 turn at a time. Very well designed. I can't say I feel any difference in ride quality as it was a carbon to carbon swap. However, I also installed Enve Bar and Stem, replacing old school ITM aluminum and WOW! Huge difference in rigidity and ride feel with the carbon cockpit. Expensive kit but seems to be worth it.
This is the first bar tape that I've purchased for my bike. It was long over-due! This tape is easy to install, looks great, and performs very well-very comfortable and grippy. The only reason for the 4 is that the tape is pretty short. It stops about 1 from where I like my tape to end. Not the end of the world, but it does give me that much less cockpit space to use during hard climbs