The top-of-the-line aluminum frames used in race category bicycles (except for road bikes) are made of the new 7046 t6 aluminum alloy. Thanks to technologies borrowed from the carbon constructions, as well as the qualities of the alloy itself, aluminum ultralight frames were “slimmed down”, gained rigidity, resistance to expansion and demonstrate higher plasticity limits.
Direct mounting of the front gear increases rigidity and therefore, the precision of operation. Reliability and easy assembly make this solution an absolute necessity for a professional bike.
Method used to shape tubes by pressurized liquid injection. This technology primarily creates a lighter structure characterized by higher durability and precise finishing.
Inner cable routing improves the longevity of cables and shells,
protecting them from mud, sand and rain. it helps save precious grams and achieves the
flawless, sports-professional character of the bicycle
The post mount system is a crucial solution for a racing bicycle. Braking precision is increased due to the elimination of unnecessary adapters, which influences the stiffness of the connection between the frame and the clamp. Better heat rejection prolongs the life of brakes and improves their efficiency.
Widened seat tube helps to achieve increased bottom bracket stiffness – even 8% more even the solution introduced last year. The fibre arrangement and a square profile make the construction less sensitive to the hundreds of watts put into riding during a race.