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Hooker Elite Cat. 1

Frame:
Hooker Cat. 1 - 700c

Fork/Headset:
Hooker Aero / American Classic Trilock

Crankset/Bottom Bracket:
Sampson Stratics / American Classic Ti

Pedals:
Speedplay X1 Ti

Drivetrain/Cog/Chainring/Chain:
Dura Ace black 52 & 42 / Regina HG alloy / Rohloff SLT 99

Derailleurs/Shifters:
Dura Ace RD 7402 / Dura Ace FD 7402 / Dura Ace ST 7400 STI

Handlebars/Stem:
Cinelli Diet Eubios / Hooker Aero

Saddle/Seatpost:
Flite Ti Kevlar "USA" / Hooker Aero

Brakes:
Hooker Aero SL with Dura Ace pads

Front Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Nosler J-Disc / American Classic skewer / Vittoria Open Corsa SL

Rear Wheel/Hub/Tire:
Nosler J-Disc / American Classic skewer / Vittoria Open Corsa SL

Accessories:
Hooker fly bar / Cinelli "USA" bar tape / Trimble single bottle carrier / American Classic cage / Coors Light team / lots of Ti stuff

Added by time-trial-collector. Last updated 10 months ago.

12 Comments

dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

this thing is awesome, Hooker was way ahead its time

Posted about 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Thanks - will give a spin in approx 15 minutes :) forecast says: cloudy, but no rain ;)

Posted about 5 years ago

dietrootbeer

dietrootbeer says:

super jealous! ill just stay sitting here at my desk working ha enjoy

Posted about 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Hey, you got a Tiemeyer GT...who´s jealous now ;) MEEE!

Posted about 5 years ago

madein80ss

madein80ss says:

hmm... don't get it. how do the rear brakes work?

Posted over 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

The cable passes through the frame without any housing. Just check the detail picture of the stem. The left sided cable goes in the frame and comes out directly under the BB shell. The rear brake itself is located close to the BB shell as well - see detailed picture of the crankset.

Posted over 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

I uploaded a new detail picture - in here it´s getting very clear.

Posted over 5 years ago

madein80ss

madein80ss says:

Ah, now I see it. Quite genius! :)
Very nice concept. How much does it weights?

Posted over 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Hi,

it's about 9 kg as it is equipped now.

The frame is rather light, but fork/stem/seatpost are on the heavy side...

Posted over 5 years ago

jamesepoop

jamesepoop says:

Pretty common for TT bikes to run undermounted brakes. But hooker, great googaly moogaly. The whole bike has so much design technology. Nice choice

Posted about 5 years ago

HiNrg

HiNrg says:

that brakes, jummy! great collection

Posted over 5 years ago

time-trial-collector

time-trial-collector says:

Thanks a lot!

Posted over 5 years ago