Bike Technology

Our ultra light high modulus frame triangles are characterised by extremely high drive efficiency and directional stability, providing ride comfort / frame flex and low weight. The extremely light branded carbon used is of the highest quality carbon fibre composite. Our carbon frames are developed with Smooth Wall Technology, increasing both the lifespan and quality of the frame and the guarantee we offer.

Our lightweight series: very lightweight high quality carbon using Super Smooth Wall Technology and a finishing process that requires 30 % more production time than our standard Smooth Wall Technology.

The aero standard: all our aero frames are characterised by outstanding aerodynamic values and excellent stiffness, particularly in the headset and bottom bracket. These designs require athletes to expend considerably less energy in the pursuit of aero efficiency, especially in crosswinds (assisted by our aero profile wheels).

Our FAS system (Flexible Adjust System seat angle 73 ° or 78 °) on our Aero road and triathlon Aerotype won the Bike Expo Award. This technology allows the seat angle to be set at either 73 ° or 78 ° to provide road racers or triathletes with the perfect riding position in the battle to win.

All of our bikes are built with a special two chamber reinforced system with high quality construction for both durability and stability. The following models conform to the PF86.5 standard: Air One, RR Storm SL, Triple EEE Race & SL and Super TT. Our in-house developed monoblock BB area guarantees stiffness and efficiency.

  • We exclusively use T-1000 branded carbon fibre from market leaders Toray and Mitsubishi
  • Unique, hand-built Austrian quality
  • Longer life products through the increased use of carbon in critical areas. Many manufacturers only use this quality specification for their professionals.
  • 10 – 30 % higher stiffness and material stability.

Our latest innovation is our monoblock BB area. It offers a stiff and efficient transmission of the power generated by the rider.

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