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s4life 09-16-2021 05:21 PM

Argonaut Space Bike
I bought this bike a few months ago, kinda made it into a ww project just for fun. Still not complete yet as I have a THM fibula set on the way, and perhaps a new set of tires.

It's a rocket!, I suppose it's the effect of all the components put together but I don't think I have ridden a more nimble/responsive bike than this one... my goto for the steepest rides around here ^^.

Anyway, this is the components list:
Argonaut Space Bike 2.0 f&f
Lightweight Meilenstein wheelset
Campagnolo Super Record 2015+ shifters and derailleurs
THM clavicula SE crankset
Cane creek ee brakes
Darimo handlebar and stem
SRAM XG-1190 11/32T cassette
Campagnolo R11 chain
Look ti pedals
Alptitude 150mm saddle
CarbonWorks bottle cages
Nokon cables
Vittoria Corsa Speed G+ tires
CK 44mm headset

I am guessing this to be around 12 pounds, I'll weight it once I get the fibulas

geordanh 09-16-2021 05:31 PM

This is so wicked

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superbowlpats 09-16-2021 05:56 PM

Wow. :hello:

huck*this 09-16-2021 07:25 PM

So nice! There is no carbon bike at least that I have ridden that has the ride feel of an Argonaut. It is a special bike for sure. Cheers

caneye 09-16-2021 07:43 PM

wow .. amazing.

Super weight weenie :banana:

Have you ridden it much? How does it go after a few hrs on the saddle?

Matthew 09-16-2021 09:43 PM

That is incredible. Love everything about it.

XXtwindad 09-16-2021 10:07 PM

Carbon isn’t usually my flavor, but that looks really appealing.

denapista 09-16-2021 11:14 PM

Bely's old rig? I've been keeping my eye out for a Argonaut.... Not too many used carbon rim brake, mechanical shifting frames left..

54ny77 09-17-2021 12:49 AM

sweet beejebus!

now that right there, all kinds of awesome.

Robot870 09-17-2021 08:54 AM

Looks like a rocket ship!!!!!!!!! Awesome!

Bencolem 09-17-2021 08:56 AM

Holy moly that's sweet. I want!

pritchet74 09-17-2021 09:35 AM

Baller bike alert!

That is absolutely amazing! But honestly I would keep the EE brakes. I have known friends that have briefly had Fibulas and all of them only kept them a short time. They just don't stop well. If the bike is for climbing, then you also have to descend...

I had some AX Lightness Orions once - they were find when I lived in a place that didn't have steel twisty descents - but then I did one of those descents and almost went over the edge 'cause I couldn't slow down fast enough.

But being that you are South Bay - I would think the EE's are the brakes that you would want.

Bob Ross 09-17-2021 09:44 AM

That is badass. :banana:

s4life 09-17-2021 12:55 PM

Thank you all for your nice comments :) seems like there's a place still for rim brake carbon bikes. I know I will always keep at least one in my stable ^^

s4life 09-17-2021 12:59 PM


Originally Posted by caneye (Post 2985626)
wow .. amazing.

Super weight weenie :banana:

Have you ridden it much? How does it go after a few hrs on the saddle?

Thank you, I went for a test ride yesterday, only around 30 miles, I started feeling a bit of discomfort near the end of the ride, but I haven't tuned the saddle position yet. I know the Alptitude Gardena fits me -- it's basically a 70gr full carbon specialized power -- so I just need some time to find the optimal position

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