Polo&Bike Williamsburg first look

I’m not going to lie, I love testing out new bikes. Whether it’s a track bike, mountain bike, road bike or cx bike; as long as it has pedals and wheels then I’m game! The nice guys at Polo&Bike sent me over a Williamsburg to try out. Due to the awful weather I have only managed to ride it on the turbo for now.

The model I am testing has a couple of upgrades to the standard model, I am actually trying out the one the Polo&Bike team rode at the Red Hook Crit. It has an upgraded Nesta wheelset and San Marco saddle. Aesthetically it’s nice, though I am a but unsure about the look of the fork. It also feels really solid on the turbo, though the real test will commence when I get it outside! I must say that drops have a very comfortable shape; after an hour on the turbo…if my attention span lasts that long, I had no complaints.  Stay tuned for a full review!

Weight: 8,9 Kgpolo-3

Frame: Alloy 6061 T6

Fork: Road Carbon

Crank Set: Critter AL6066 46T / 165

Bottom Bracket: JIS BB

Hubs: 32H Sealed bearings

Rims: W.43 / V-shape / 43mm

Tyres: Thickslick 700/25C

Stem: FSA Os / 31.8-28.6

Chain: KMC 94 link

Handlebar: Dropbar / 31.8

Headset: Integrated Sealed bearings

Seatpost: FSA Setback / AL6061 / 31.6

Saddle: P&B Saddle

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About Dave Noakes

dave@finalagency.com

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