Litespeed Cherohala Se Review

Stu Bowers Thursday, June 14, 2018 - 09:02 Can’t match the weight and punchy feel of carbon equivalents but comes into its own on the rough stuff 3.5 / 5 $3,315 (approx. £2,400) frame, fork, headset. As tested $5,850 (approx. £4,250) Litespeed has been making titanium race bikes for more than 30 years, and the family-run company can boast a client list that features some of cycling’s biggest names, including Greg LeMond and Lance Armstrong (although in the latter’s case you may not have known it at the time, as the bikes were rebadged to avoid upsetting sponsors). The American brand truly hit the mainstream in 2002 thanks to its sponsorship of pro team Lotto Adecco. Australian sprinter Robbie McEwen took no fewer than 17 victories on his Litespeed Vortex, a cold-worked 6Al/4V titanium masterpiece. He piloted it to multiple stage wins at both the Giro d’Italia and Tour de ...

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