The new-for-2002 Edinburgh Course is a fast road bike, built on the same lightweight, mudguard-compatible frame and fork as the Edinburgh Continental.
Upgrades from Edinburgh Continental
- Ritchey cold-forged triple chainset with replaceable chainrings. If you've ever climbed a steep hill wishing you had lower gears on your double-chainring bike, you're a candidate for a Course.
- The Selle Royale deluxe gel saddle on the suspension seatpin proves that road riding needn't be sore riding.
- The adjustable-rise stem makes it easier to set the handlebars at the right height - this adjustability is almost unheard off on the modern road bike.
- Vittoria tyres featuring Twin Tread - hard in the middle for long life, softer shoulders for good grip - and PRB (Puncture-Resistant Belting).
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Rigida Nova 32H alloy double wall rims.
|Quando QR hubs.|
|Tyres:||Vittoria Rubeno 700 x 25.|
Shimano 24-speed. Shimano Sora STI Dual Control shifters & gears.
|Shimano Acera gears.|
|Ritchey cold-forged chainset 30/42/52.|
|Pedals:||Alloy pedals with toeclips.|
Tektro Dual Pivot Brakes.
ITM Europa anatomic bars. Black cork tape.
|Cold forged adjustable-rise top loader stem.|
|Saddle:||Selle Royale Look-in gel saddle.|
|Seatpin:||Alloy micro-adjust suspension seatpin. Allen key binder bolt.|
|Weight:||24.5lbs / 11.2kg.|
55, 58, 61cm.