Just look at the effective top tube on a Ridley, and buy based on that. Ignore the fact that the size may not match whatever other bikes you have. When the frames were letter sizes, a small in a Ridley would usually be a medium in most other manufacturers. At least that has worked for me. Twice.
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Pretty surprised at the weight. Maybe all discs are like that. Feels like my singlespeed mtb. I feel like I can put it on a diet and fix some of that, but the really disappointing thing though is the brakes. If you want to stop, and not stop quickly, you had better be in the drops, squeezing for dear life. Don't even think about stopping from the hoods. Maybe there is a break-in, not really finding any documentation. Rides great, looks better, if I can get the brakes to work as good as a bad canti.
I wanted a shoe for cyclocross, MTB, and charity rides; this has been great. Performs well, and fit well from the git-go. Will buy again when needed.
Title says it all. Probably OK if you don't need that.
Being plastic though, I doubt it lasts.
Love the airgel chamois for long distance. Tighter fit than the Carbon Lazer bib, apparently by design.
I bought a pair of the equipes and used them for the first time, on a 75 mile ride. They were amazing. If the Mondos are better, that is really saying something.