Name: Erik van de Wardt Age: 22 Hometown: Eindhoven, Netherlands
Why did you choose this frame out of all frames on the market today? Erik van de Wardt: I mainly check what Paul has in stock and if there is anything with a geometry I like. I never really noticed this frame but when I saw the sweet colour I looked up the geo and found out is was spot on for me! I also really dig the ICS chainstay Federal came up with. I bought the last one in stock a few months ago before it was gone.
What was the biggest difference over the last bike you had? Erik van de Wardt: Geo wise the bars are taller and the back end of the frame is one halflink longer which is perfect, coming from a too short feeling frame. I also really dig the OS bar clamping and ICS chainstay on this new bike.
How do you like the look of your bike? Erik van de Wardt: Coming from a trashy custom painted white bike with chrome parts I am happy to
Bike Check Andrew Lazaruk. New Prime Mover V2 full of United and Profile parts. Frame: United Prime Mover v2 - 21.25” Forks: United Supreme v2 - 32mm offset Bars: United KOD - 9.25” Stem: Profile Push - 53mm reach Headset: United Grips: United Team Pedals: United Supreme Nylon Cranks: Profile Race - No Boss Sprocket: Profile Spline Drive - 28t - 19mm
Name: Julian Schmidt Sponsors: Deutsche Sporthilfe, Bund Deutscher Radfahrer, Radsport BW, Radio Bikes, Shimano (Paul Lange), HT Components Mechanic: Myself
How many races have you done on your Radio bike so far? Julian Schmidt: Due to this crazy year just the National Champs and one Euro Cup weekend in Verona. Before that we organised two training races to somewhat make up for the lack of races.
Have you missed riding your bike during the Covid-19 situation?