Coyote Ultralight '99

I built this bike up in the winter of 1999/2000 in order to have a dry weather training bike - something different to ride in
the spring after being on the 370 all winter. Most of the parts are cast-offs from my race bike. It is really a bit short in the
top tube for me, but with a long stem and the saddle jammed right back it works okay. When I went to the US in 2000, it
gained a set of Salmon mudguards (there is just room for them....) and became my winter bike whilst I was over there.
Back in the UK it is back in it's original role, with the recent addition of a set of SRM power cranks for accurate training

In the autumn of 2003 I finally decided that I should change the frame on this bike to actually get one with a long enough
top tube to fit me properly, and since I could get a good deal through the bike shop I was working in, I bought a Lemond
carbon/steel frame, and sold the Coyote onto my friend Dan.

Fast training rides, commuting when I don't have stuff to carry.


Frame: Coyote Ultralight Easton aluminium
Fork: Look carbon
Headset: FSA
Seatpost: Ritchey copy
Saddle: Selle Italia Flite
Stem: Deda, 130mm
Handlebars: 3TTT
Brake/Shift Levers: Campagnolo Record Ergopower
Front Brake: Campagnolo Record dual pivot
Rear Brake: Campagnolo Veloce single pivot
Bottom Bracket: Shimano 105 splined cartridge
Chainset: SRM 170mm, 39/53
Pedals: Speedplay X2
Chain: Campagnolo 9spd
Front Derailleur: Campagnolo Veloce
Rear Derailleur: Campagnolo Veloce
Cassette: Campagnolo Veloce, 12-23 9spd
Front Wheel: Campagnolo Chorus hub, Mavic Open Pro rim, radial 28H
Rear Wheel: Campagnolo Chorus hub, Mavic Open Pro rim
Tyres: Michelin Pro Race
Wheel skewers: Kore titanium, modified
Bottle cages: Specialized ribcage
Accessories: Zefal HPX pump
Computer: Cateye Altimeter, SRM

Weight: lbs