Proper shots someday, as there are still a few things to dial in. But here are a few cell phone pics from the shake down ride.
I had the shop assemble it instead of me buying Campy tools and futzing. You'll notice that they inaugurated the non-driveside chain stay so that I don't have to worry about getting the first chip in the paint. The wheels are superb and smooth as silk. Before the chain was on, if you gently spun the back wheel the cassette would hover perfectly in place. I am really liking the Chorus group too.
Issues: fit is nice, but I might like the bars a bit lower--the stem was a placeholder I had on hand. The steerer will need to be cut. When I find the TIME I'll LOOK into road-specific clipless, but I think for a while I'll stick to my mtb systems. I need to find some different skewers-- something that gets more than just a few threads on the front due to those fat carbon fork ends.
But until then, I am stoked. Rides like a charm. Interesting to note the handling differences between the classic Chance and this IF.
Weight as pictured, 18.5 pounds. Not uber-light, but lighter than my keirin bike