Friday we received the much-anticipated Storck delivery. Not everything showed, some of the frames aren't due for a month or so, but we now have a 51cm Scenario C1.1 built and ready to ride.
The C1.1 frameset is lighter and stiffer than the Madone, not to mention cheaper. If you want carbon for everyday training, the C1.1 is pretty much impossible to beat.
We also have a super-fly 55cm Fenomenalist built with SRAM Red and Reynolds carbon wheels and a PowerTap. With all that business goin' on, it's still weighing in at 15.2 lbs....whoa. This frameset could easily be built up to 12.5-13 lbs any day of the week with off-the-shelf parts.
We will soon have a Vision Light in stock, the Storck aluminum frame. "Aluminum" you ask? Yes. This is the Storck crit machine. Light, stiff, aggressive, fast. Plus you won't have to cry yourself to sleep if the Vision Light hits the ground in a race. Retailing at $900 for frame, fork, and headset, it's a lot easier on the pocketbook than say a Fascenario, and still a race-worthy frame. Thinking about a Cannondale CAAD9? Give this Vision Light a ride first and see which is the better frame.
Want to test one? Come in! Scheduling a ride would probably be best so we can ride along and guard you from popporazzi.