The Stealth

The Stealth is Dead, Long Live The Stealth.

After building my original Ribble Stealth (I built it long before Ribble came out with their Stealth, I have retired the Scuro Frame and instated the De Rosa Tango. The Ribble Stealth is now The De Rosa Stealth (I just need to cut to stem a bit ๐Ÿ™‚ )

Click Like if you like it – I do, but then I’m biased. ๐Ÿ™‚

She’s a lovely lovely machine: She may not be a Colnago, but she rides like one and she’s all mine.


Frame De Rosa Tango Full Carbon
Shifters Campagnolo Record Carbon
Chainset Campagnolo Record Carbon
Front Mech Campagnolo Record Carbon
Rear Mech Campagnolo Record Carbon
Brakes Campagnolo Record
Pedals Shimano SPD
Handlebars G-Pro Stealth Carbon with Integrated Stem
Saddle Selle Italia SLR Troy Lee Design
Wheels Spinergy Stealth with Carbon Rims and Alloy braking surface plus Carbon Spokes
Tyres Continental GP Attack / Force Combo
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  2. Toothy says:

    please tell me you don’t ride round with a steerer uncut like that on your De Rosa? ๐Ÿ™‚


    • No; No; No: Don’t worry. It’s all been sorted now. I had literally just finished building it when I took the picture. Trouble is, I then put on weight and exceeded the limit for the Spinergy wheels, but have just come back down so The Stealth lives once more.


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