Recently I picked up a rather special Pearson Weka time trial frame. The frame was made by a builder from New Zealand called Pearson, who is not in business any more. The design is based on the mountain bike frame, built by the same company.
The wheels that came with the frame are
'Elite-Shape', which I believe was a Russian (USSR) company that also
made kevlar disc wheels. The wheels look quite fascinating and have seen
very little use. According the previous owner Jan Svorada took these
with him for the USSR.
I already managed to find an ITM Dual CX handlebar that looks very nice with the frame. The seatpost and the saddle on the pictures are just two items I had
lying around. The frame requires a 27.0mm seatpost and the only one I
had available was a Suntour Superb Pro. The saddle is an Ultra Pro, made
in France. I believe it is the same as the ones made for Corima.