Standert Triebwerk - Page 3. New pic, new problem

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nick12
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by nick12

Thanks for clarifying! Think I misread your comments.

Any more pics?


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by DHG01

I am pretty bad with photography.
Attached 3 pics:
- The frame set when it arrived
- A nice nearby climb
- Ride with big brother; a friend's bike that makes my 54 look like a 48

I need to take one with the current wheels.
If there is anything you are after, let me know and I can take the picture.
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by wolfesquire

I was really hoping when Standert said they were updating the frame that they were going to go with direct mount brakes like the Kreissage and the R/S, but it was disc.

I just love this frameset in blue, something about a steel bike says it needs Campy and some Boras, but I blame Rapha for that.

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by nick12

wolfesquire wrote:I was really hoping when Standert said they were updating the frame that they were going to go with direct mount brakes like the Kreissage and the R/S, but it was disc.
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They are expecting to release an update to the rim brake version of the Triebwerk in Nov or Dec. That’s what I’m holding out for.

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nick12 wrote:
Mon Sep 28, 2020 11:09 pm
wolfesquire wrote:I was really hoping when Standert said they were updating the frame that they were going to go with direct mount brakes like the Kreissage and the R/S, but it was disc.
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They are expecting to release an update to the rim brake version of the Triebwerk in Nov or Dec. That’s what I’m holding out for.

I thought rim Triebwerk had been discontinued but they had another rim bike in the pipeline?

On a separate note, I think the disc version of the Triebwerk has a different geometry.

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by nick12

DHG01 wrote:
I thought rim Triebwerk had been discontinued but they had another rim bike in the pipeline?

On a separate note, I think the disc version of the Triebwerk has a different geometry.
I asked about the difference in the geo between disc and rim and also about availability of new models and this was the response from Standert:

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Aha! Did not know that. Curious to see what they come up with.

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DHG01 wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 3:27 pm
Aha! Did not know that. Curious to see what they come up with.
Only thing I can think of, off the top of my head is direct mount brakes which would be awesome.

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by flying

Very Nice build! Congrats :beerchug:

I always liked the Triebwerk in both this blue & their white too.

Their price on this seemed more than fair to me also
Thanks for the great review enjoy it :thumbup:

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wolfesquire wrote:
Sun Oct 11, 2020 4:22 pm
DHG01 wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 3:27 pm
Aha! Did not know that. Curious to see what they come up with.
Only thing I can think of, off the top of my head is direct mount brakes which would be awesome.
Been thinking about it; and yes DM brakes would be very interesting. The only downside is that is significantly increases cost of build?

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Update with new hoops. 2.2 tubies. Weighed in at 1060 grams with Enve carbon hubs.

Will need to do some climbing this weekend to test.
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Classy!

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Decent climb today to test the wheels.
It wasn't particularly pleasant; started off humid and at 16°C but up there it got wet and down to 6°.

The Enves are light; very light I would say. On top of that, I mounted an 11-32 Red cassette. I know, fat ass cassette...With both wheels and cassette put together, the climb was effortless. It allows me to stay fresh and go out and ride tomorrow, Sunday and (bank holiday :thumbup: ) Monday.

Anyway, back to the wheels. They don't seem as stiff as others, but not particularly flexy other. But as soon as you stand on your feet, both front and back brakes rub. A bit disappointed and annoyed with that. Suits me well; there is plenty of warning around brake rub on these wheels.

Whilst descending the tarmac was quite humid, but not raining. The Corsa tubbies were pumped at a relatively low 6.5/7 bar. They are fantastic tyres; low resistance, plenty of grip and good comfort. Ok puncture protection but seal very well with Effeto Mariposa.

Braking was great; not quite the bite of the 3T T35, but excellent modularity (I am not using Enve pads, that might improve further).

It was quite windy; particularly when descending. In that respect the wheels, as you would expect, performed very well. I didn't feel pushed around and the bike held the line very well.

Almost completed the descending, but with a few kilometers of predominantly downhill to go, it started to rain. How unpleasant is rain and wind; it just hurts in your face. So with more water on the road and on the rim, there was a slight lag in braking. But it was very slight and thereafter braking continued to be very good.

I also put on the Astute Skylite Taca I had not used it for some time. It was good; saddle was something I didn't notice during the ride; which is a good thing. I still think the Berk Dila is more comfortable; I have it on a different bike, and it is a bit too expensive to buy another.

So, whilst it wasn't a particularly pleasant day, it was good one for testing the wheels - climb, braking in rain and windy.

Sorry for the bad picture.
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A few changes.

Berk Dila is back on; this saddle makes any bike comfortable.

I have also put on Mavics CCU from another bike.
I had to adjust the calipers, these wheels are a lot thinner than the Enve s. Having said that, the Mavics have an 11-29 SR cassette. Shifting with the Shimano group was perfect. I don't think I could notice the difference.

I think some of us might miss compatibilities going forward.

In spite of being an older wheelset, the Mavic s brake fine and are stiff, a lot more so than the Enve (albeit also heavier).
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Really nice mate prefer that. :)
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