SRAM Force: $2585 $2465
SRAM New Red Ceramic: $3585 $3465
Shimano Ultegra: $2685 $2565
Shimano Dura-Ace 9000: $3745 $3625
Campagnolo Athena Carbon: $2645 $2525
Campagnolo Chorus: $2985 $2865
Campagnolo Record: $3545 $3525
Campagnolo Super Record: $4145 $4025
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The build philosophy
Our objective with the Max Perkins was to create the best performance-to-price ratio in a racing bike, ever. We hand-selected each component of this bike for low weight relative to price, and of course suitability to racing. Right out of the box this bike is ready for competition at the highest level.
Lots of bikes can claim to be a great value - the Wheelhouse Max Perkins is a great bike, that also happens to cost about $1500 less than comparable rides.
Frameset: November Wheelhouse with full carbon fork. Choice of matte black or gloss white.
Wheelset: Any damn November wheelset you like, or none at all. Fully configurable in the shopping cart.
Gruppo: Choice of SRAM Force, SRAM Red Black, SRAM New Red, Shimano Ultegra, Shimano Ultegra Di2, Shimano Dura-Ace
Cockpit: Ritchey WCS Curve bar and Ritchey WCS 4-Axis (color to match frame choice)
Handlebar Tape: SRAM Supercork
Headset: November 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" tapered
Seatpost: Ritchey WCS alloy 1-bolt
Saddle: Selle Italia SL Kit Carbonio Flow
Tires: Choice of Michelin ProRace4 SC or Michelin ProRace4 Endurance
When you buy, you'll choose gruppo, stem length, handlebar width, crank length, chainrings, cassette ratio, everythang. If you need help with sizing or have questions about upgrades, ask us here.
Shipping/handling for the Wheelhouse Max Perkins Edition is $75. Local pickup in Bethesda, MD is also available. MD residents pay 6% sales tax.