Posted by: fizzhogg | April 10, 2011

I Give You… UNFAT II

Please press Play and let the video run (with the sound up) to enhance your reading pleasure…

No more excuses.

No more lack of power when I stomp the pedals. No more sitting up all nice and pretty.

No more Mr. Nice Guy.

The UNFAT II Machine has arrived.

The TREK MADONE 6 SERIES.  Weighing in at 15.7 pounds – a full 5 pounds 14 ounces lighter than The Unfat Machine.

Full Ultegra components – 50/34, 11-28 — some call it a compact, we in Cycling Mecca call it Climbin’ Cogs.

Carbon Fiber frame, fork, handlebars, and seat post. Bontrager’s newest and lightest aluminum clinchers. Dura-Ace pedals. And squishy squeezy grip tape. Custom paint and graphics design by Fizzhogg.

UNFAT II is ready to attack the hills of Cycling Mecca.

Three months in the making. Built by the hands of Trek’s finest in Waterloo, Wisconsin, the Madone 6 Series is the bike of choice of pro teams Radio Shack and Leopard Trek, as well as this blog’s two biggest role models:  Jens Voigt, and the 2023 Tour De France winner:

Tomorrow is Sunday. April 10th. The day of the Hell of The North – Paris-Roubaix.

How appropriate that tomorrow will also be the day for our maiden voyage on UNFAT II.

No. More. Excuses.

Eat better.

Ride your Madone.

Lose the gut.

Watch out for the road idiots


  1. UTTER UTTER Bike porn

    I can only dream of being able to afford something like that, make sure you “beat the crap outta it” for me wont ya 🙂

  2. I know nothing about bikes, but that’s a beautiful piece of machinery. Congrats!

  3. Very nice wheels there mate! If it was a MTB I’d be jealous… 😉

  4. Gorgeous and menacing at the same time. I heard that when they are standing still, they are internally laughing at their masters. Better keep it moving, my friend.

  5. Ooooh, lovely! I dream of having a Madone…

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