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2022 Scott Scale 910 AXS Mountain Bike (WORLD RACYCLES)
2022 Scott Scale 910 AXS Mountain Bike (WORLD RACYCLES)

Buy 2022 Scott Scale 910 AXS Mountain Bike from World Racycles is 100% safe, Because purchase products at World Racycles provide a 100% money back guarantee. Location World Racycles : Jl. Merak No. 48B. Medan. Contact us : order@worldracycles.com, To purchase online visit the website : worldracycles.com Price : USD 2,500.00 Min Order : 1 - 5 Pcs Lead Time : 6 - 9 Days Port : CIF / Kualanamu International Airport Terms : T/T, Western Union, Paypal Shipment : FedEx, DHL, UPS Product : Ori and Ready in stock SPECIFICATIONS: Frame: Scale 3 Carbon / IMP Technology / HMF BB92 / SW DM dropouts for Boost 12x148mm SDS2 advanced Shock & Standing Damping System ICCR Cable routing Fork: FOX 32 SC Float Performance Air Grip 3 3-Modes / 15x110mm QR axle / 44mm offset / tapered steerer Lockout / Reb. Adj. / 100mm travel Remote System SCOTT RideLoc Technology / below bar remote 3 modes / integ. Grip clamp Rear Derailleur: SRAM GX Eagle AXS / 12 Speed Wireless Electronic Shift System Shifters: SRAM GX Eagle AXS Rocker Controller Crankset: SRAM Stylo Eagle DUB 32T BB-Set: SRAM DUB PF 92 MTB / shell 41x92mm Chain: SRAM CN NX Eagle Cassette: SRAM PG1230 / 11-50 T Brakes: Shimano SLX M7100 Disc Rotor: Shimano SM-RT64 CL / 180/F and 160/R Handlebar: Syncros Fraser 1.5 / Alloy 7050 D.B.T shape Flat / 9° / 740mm Syncros Pro lock-on grips H'stem: Syncros FL1.56° / integrated Spacer & Top Cap 2014 Alloy / 31.8mm / 1 1/8" Seatpost: Syncros Duncan 1.5 / 10mm offset 31.6x400mm Seat: Syncros Belcarra Regular 2.0 CRMO rails Headset: Syncros Pro Drop in / Tapered 1.5"-1 1/8" Bearing diameter size 42mm and 52mm Hub (Front): Formula CL-811 / 15x110mm Hub (Rear): Formula CL-148S / 12x148mm Spokes: Stainless Black 15G / 1.8mm Rims: Syncros X-25 / 32H / 25mm Tubeless ready Front Tire: Schwalbe Racing Ray 29x2.25" EVO Super Race / TLE / 67EPI / Addix Speed Grip Rear Tire: Schwalbe Racing Ralph 29x2.25" EVO Super Race / TLE / 67EPI / Addix Speed Grip Extras: SRAM AXS Powerpack Approx weights in KG: 11.10 (with tubes) Approx weights in LBS: 24.47 (with tubes) Max. System Weight: 128 kg The overall weight includes the bike, the rider, the equipment, and possible additional luggage....

Bicycles RoadBikes MountainBikes 

2153 EUR

Namibe
Algeria

14.10.2021
New

2021 CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE
2021 CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE

CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE 2021 The Cannondale Scalpel HM 1 Mountain Bike will meet the needs of the most demanding cross country racers. It's incredibly light with agressive geometry and ground-breaking suspension technology, delivering punchy acceleration and unmatched traction so you can go faster, have more fun on the trails, and chase those podium positions. SPECIFICATION Frame Cannondale all-new, BallisTec Hi-Mod carbon, Proportional Response Tuned, FlexPivot chainstay, PF30-83, tapered headtube, Speed Release 12mm thru-axle, Ai Offset, Stash compatible Rear Shock Fox Float DPS Factory EVOL, 100mm travel, remote lockout, adjustable rebound Fork Cannondale Lefty Ocho Carbon, 100mm, Chamber Damper with remote lockout, OppO Spring System, tapered steerer, 55mm offset Headset Integrated, 1-1/8 to 1.5", sealed angular contact bearings Bottom Bracket Cannondale Alloy PressFit30 Stem Cannondale 1, 7075 Alloy, 1-1/8", 31.8, 7° Handlebar Cannondale 1 Flat, Carbon, 31.8mm, 9° back, 760mm Grips ESI Silicone 32mm Brakes Shimano XTR hydraulic disc, 160mm Ice Tech rotors Brake Levers Shimano XTR hydraulic disc Front Derailleur N/A Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR, Shadow Plus 12-speed Shift Levers Shimano XTR, 12-speed Cassette Shimano XT, 10-51, 12-speed Crankset Cannondale HollowGram, BB30a, OPI SpideRing, 34T, Ai offset Chain Shimano XT, 12-speed Front wheel Cannondale Lefty 60 hub / HollowGram 25, Superlight Hi-Impact carbon, 28-hole, 25mm IW, tubeless-ready rim / HollowGram 2.0/1.8/2.0 spokes Rear wheel DT Swiss, 12x148 hub / HollowGram 25, Superlight Hi-Impact carbon, 28-hole, 25mm IW, tubeless-ready rim / HollowGram 2.0/1.8/2.0 spokes Front Tyre Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 29 x 2.25", Snake Skin, Addix Speed Compound, tubeless-ready clincher Rear Tyre Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 29 x 2.25", Snake Skin, Addix Speed Compound, tubeless-ready clincher Saddle Prologo Dimension NDR, Tirox rails Seatpost ENVE Carbon, 31.6 x 400mm, 0mm offset Connectivity Cannondale Wheel Sensor Extras Stash Kit (Fabric 8 in 1 Mini Tool and Dynaplug tubeless puncture repair tool)...

MOUNTAIN BIKE 

05.09.2021
New

2021 CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE
2021 CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE

CANNONDALE SCALPEL HM 1 MOUNTAIN BIKE 2021 The Cannondale Scalpel HM 1 Mountain Bike will meet the needs of the most demanding cross country racers. It's incredibly light with agressive geometry and ground-breaking suspension technology, delivering punchy acceleration and unmatched traction so you can go faster, have more fun on the trails, and chase those podium positions. SPECIFICATION Frame Cannondale all-new, BallisTec Hi-Mod carbon, Proportional Response Tuned, FlexPivot chainstay, PF30-83, tapered headtube, Speed Release 12mm thru-axle, Ai Offset, Stash compatible Rear Shock Fox Float DPS Factory EVOL, 100mm travel, remote lockout, adjustable rebound Fork Cannondale Lefty Ocho Carbon, 100mm, Chamber Damper with remote lockout, OppO Spring System, tapered steerer, 55mm offset Headset Integrated, 1-1/8 to 1.5", sealed angular contact bearings Bottom Bracket Cannondale Alloy PressFit30 Stem Cannondale 1, 7075 Alloy, 1-1/8", 31.8, 7° Handlebar Cannondale 1 Flat, Carbon, 31.8mm, 9° back, 760mm Grips ESI Silicone 32mm Brakes Shimano XTR hydraulic disc, 160mm Ice Tech rotors Brake Levers Shimano XTR hydraulic disc Front Derailleur N/A Rear Derailleur Shimano XTR, Shadow Plus 12-speed Shift Levers Shimano XTR, 12-speed Cassette Shimano XT, 10-51, 12-speed Crankset Cannondale HollowGram, BB30a, OPI SpideRing, 34T, Ai offset Chain Shimano XT, 12-speed Front wheel Cannondale Lefty 60 hub / HollowGram 25, Superlight Hi-Impact carbon, 28-hole, 25mm IW, tubeless-ready rim / HollowGram 2.0/1.8/2.0 spokes Rear wheel DT Swiss, 12x148 hub / HollowGram 25, Superlight Hi-Impact carbon, 28-hole, 25mm IW, tubeless-ready rim / HollowGram 2.0/1.8/2.0 spokes Front Tyre Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 29 x 2.25", Snake Skin, Addix Speed Compound, tubeless-ready clincher Rear Tyre Schwalbe Racing Ralph, 29 x 2.25", Snake Skin, Addix Speed Compound, tubeless-ready clincher Saddle Prologo Dimension NDR, Tirox rails Seatpost ENVE Carbon, 31.6 x 400mm, 0mm offset Connectivity Cannondale Wheel Sensor Extras Stash Kit (Fabric 8 in 1 Mini Tool and Dynaplug tubeless puncture repair tool) ...

Bicycle RoadBike MountainBike 

3400 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

26.08.2021
New

ZIPP 404 FIRECREST TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE REAR WHEEL
ZIPP 404 FIRECREST TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE REAR WHEEL

hen you want an aero road wheel that climbs lickety split for your disc-brake bike, Zipp has you covered with their 404 Firecrest Tubular Disc-Brake Wheels. The 404 tubular saves a good bit of weight over the clincher version, even adding strength, and it can be both your road racing and cyclocross wheel provided you glue on the appropriate tubs at the right times. Overall strength and stiffness are important to Zipp. These rims come over from the rim-brake version of the wheels. Zipp didn’t want to detract from impact resistance or lateral rigidity. So you get the same rims, but you’ll find 24 spokes front and rear, with a two-cross pattern both front and rear. In both cases, the change is as a result of needing to counteract the forces that stopping a rotor by the hub create. The spokes are the excellent, and light weight Sapim CX-Ray’s. The rim itself is the proven 404 Firecrest shape: 58mm deep, getting as wide as 26.53mm, it moves through the wind but is still light enough for climbing. The oval shape that is blunt on both the leading and trailing edges is not only good in a headwind, but very stable in crosswinds. The width means a better tire shape, even with narrow 23mm tires, providing more air cushion and a better contact patch. Greater comfort and lower rolling resistance result. Weight for the front wheel is 710g, the rear 835g. The hubs are a good bit different than what you’ll find on rim-brake wheels. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are better aerodynamics and greater lateral stiffness. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 8/9/10-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XD-cassette body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick release, end caps to convert the hub for thru-axle use (end caps are hand swappable), rim strip, valve extender, and Zipp Tangente tube. The end caps can turn the front wheel into 12x100mm and 15x100mm thru axles, and the rear wheel 12x135 and 12x142mm thru-axles. Zipp has taken innovation in their system to a new level with these tubes, which feature an aluminum, rather than brass, stem. Lighter, better machined, and possessing a removable valve core. It also improves the balance of the spinning wheel. The wheels are not designed for compatibility with tubeless systems. Tricking out your disc-brake road bike is easy with the Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Tubular Disc-Brake wheels....

Bicycle Frame Wheel RoadBike MountainBike 
Zipp 

508 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

14.08.2021
New

ZIPP 404 FIRECREST TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 404 FIRECREST TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL

When you want an aero road wheel that climbs lickety split for your disc-brake bike, Zipp has you covered with their 404 Firecrest Tubular Disc-Brake Wheels. The 404 tubular saves a good bit of weight over the clincher version, even adding strength, and it can be both your road racing and cyclocross wheel provided you glue on the appropriate tubs at the right times. Overall strength and stiffness are important to Zipp. These rims come over from the rim-brake version of the wheels. Zipp didn’t want to detract from impact resistance or lateral rigidity. So you get the same rims, but you’ll find 24 spokes front and rear, with a two-cross pattern both front and rear. In both cases, the change is as a result of needing to counteract the forces that stopping a rotor by the hub create. The spokes are the excellent, and light weight Sapim CX-Ray’s. The rim itself is the proven 404 Firecrest shape: 58mm deep, getting as wide as 26.53mm, it moves through the wind but is still light enough for climbing. The oval shape that is blunt on both the leading and trailing edges is not only good in a headwind, but very stable in crosswinds. The width means a better tire shape, even with narrow 23mm tires, providing more air cushion and a better contact patch. Greater comfort and lower rolling resistance result. Weight for the front wheel is 710g, the rear 835g. The hubs are a good bit different than what you’ll find on rim-brake wheels. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are better aerodynamics and greater lateral stiffness. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 8/9/10-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XD-cassette body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick release, end caps to convert the hub for thru-axle use (end caps are hand swappable), rim strip, valve extender, and Zipp Tangente tube. The end caps can turn the front wheel into 12x100mm and 15x100mm thru axles, and the rear wheel 12x135 and 12x142mm thru-axles. Zipp has taken innovation in their system to a new level with these tubes, which feature an aluminum, rather than brass, stem. Lighter, better machined, and possessing a removable valve core. It also improves the balance of the spinning wheel. The wheels are not designed for compatibility with tubeless systems. Tricking out your disc-brake road bike is easy with the Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Tubular Disc-Brake wheels....

Bicycle Frame Wheel RoadBike MountainBike 
Zipp 

427 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

14.08.2021
New

ZIPP 404 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL
ZIPP 404 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL

Zipp’s expanded disc brake wheelset lineup now includes a 404 Firecrest Disc Brake Tubeless Clincher Wheelset. Now that you have a disc brake bike, your friends and opponents are going to regret it when you install these wheels. While this wheel is tough enough for gravel grinding and cyclocross, it is best utilized as a road racing wheel, hoops you want to use in crits, in flat to rolling road races, and in rolling time trials. Triathletes who fear getting buffeted by the wind, can run the 404 front with a deeper rear, or two 404’s and get lots of speed while not worrying at all about side winds. While the Firecrest name has been retained from the rim-brake carbon clincher of the same depth, and the design principles remain the same, the rim has been largely redesigned around the needs of wider and tubeless tires as well as braking needs. The third-generation ABLC dimples on the rims, the pattern of which is specific to the 404 depth, have been extended all the way to the tire. This is because there’s no more brake track. Material has also been moved around because the brake track isn’t necessary. The depth remains 58mm, but the max rim width has been nipped in to 26.4mm down from 26.53mm. The internal rim width is 19mm, up from 16.25mm. This 19mm width means that you should use tires no narrower than 23mm, and that the width has been optimized for 25mm wide tires. If you want to take these off road, because you’ve put them on your adventure bike, have no fear. Zipp has confidence in their wheels for off-road applications. When the embarked on creating their first carbon clincher, they benchmarked aluminum rims, knowing they had to make something stronger before they’d feel comfortable releasing the wheel to market. They exceeded aluminum rim strength and then some. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. There are 24 aero Sapim CX-Ray spokes, both front and rear. A cross pattern is necessary in front to counter the forces of braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are more aero and shorter spokes. The rotor mounting method is six-bolt. The front wheel weighs in at 800g, the rear 915g. Maximum recommended tire pressure is 125psi, which should be overkill for any tire you’d want to install on this wheel. Maximum recommended rider weight is 250lbs. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 9/10/11-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XDR Driver body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick releases and endcaps to convert the hub for thru-axle or quick-release use. The included endcaps can convert the front wheel from 100x12mm to 100x15mm to quick release. The rear has endcaps for 142x12mm and quick release. They also include a spacer to convert the cassette body from eleven-speed to ten-speed. Also included are: rim strip and a tubeless valve, both installed at the factory, and a valve core removal tool. The Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Clincher Tubeless Disc Brake wheelset is the road racing wheel that gives you time trial speed without disc wheel weight or crosswind issues....

Bicycle Frame Wheel RoadBike MountainBike 
Zipp 

549 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

14.08.2021
New

ZIPP 404 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 404 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL

Zipp’s expanded disc brake wheelset lineup now includes a 404 Firecrest Disc Brake Tubeless Clincher Wheelset. Now that you have a disc brake bike, your friends and opponents are going to regret it when you install these wheels. While this wheel is tough enough for gravel grinding and cyclocross, it is best utilized as a road racing wheel, hoops you want to use in crits, in flat to rolling road races, and in rolling time trials. Triathletes who fear getting buffeted by the wind, can run the 404 front with a deeper rear, or two 404’s and get lots of speed while not worrying at all about side winds. While the Firecrest name has been retained from the rim-brake carbon clincher of the same depth, and the design principles remain the same, the rim has been largely redesigned around the needs of wider and tubeless tires as well as braking needs. The third-generation ABLC dimples on the rims, the pattern of which is specific to the 404 depth, have been extended all the way to the tire. This is because there’s no more brake track. Material has also been moved around because the brake track isn’t necessary. The depth remains 58mm, but the max rim width has been nipped in to 26.4mm down from 26.53mm. The internal rim width is 19mm, up from 16.25mm. This 19mm width means that you should use tires no narrower than 23mm, and that the width has been optimized for 25mm wide tires. If you want to take these off road, because you’ve put them on your adventure bike, have no fear. Zipp has confidence in their wheels for off-road applications. When the embarked on creating their first carbon clincher, they benchmarked aluminum rims, knowing they had to make something stronger before they’d feel comfortable releasing the wheel to market. They exceeded aluminum rim strength and then some. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. There are 24 aero Sapim CX-Ray spokes, both front and rear. A cross pattern is necessary in front to counter the forces of braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are more aero and shorter spokes. The rotor mounting method is six-bolt. The front wheel weighs in at 800g, the rear 915g. Maximum recommended tire pressure is 125psi, which should be overkill for any tire you’d want to install on this wheel. Maximum recommended rider weight is 250lbs. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 9/10/11-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XDR Driver body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick releases and endcaps to convert the hub for thru-axle or quick-release use. The included endcaps can convert the front wheel from 100x12mm to 100x15mm to quick release. The rear has endcaps for 142x12mm and quick release. They also include a spacer to convert the cassette body from eleven-speed to ten-speed. Also included are: rim strip and a tubeless valve, both installed at the factory, and a valve core removal tool. The Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Clincher Tubeless Disc Brake wheelset is the road racing wheel that gives you time trial speed without disc wheel weight or crosswind issues....

Bicycle Frame Wheel RoadBike MountainBike 
Zipp 

467 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

14.08.2021
New

ZIPP 30 COURSE TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 30 COURSE TUBULAR DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL

Zipp’s carbon-rimmed disc brake wheels have been crushing it at the elite level. Not only has Jeremy Powers taken them to the top of the domestic heap, but the Cannondale cyclocross team has been using them to nip at Powers’ heels and leave the rest of the cyclocross competition behind. The Zipp 30 Corse Tubular Disc-Brake Wheel is their first aluminum-rimmed disc-brake tubular, and it is for anyone who wants sew-ups but isn’t ready for the cost of carbon. This wheel works on road bikes, adventure bikes, cyclocross bikes, and even 29ers. Anywhere you have disc brakes and want a strong, light, aero, reliable, aluminum tubular rim to hold up and shape your tires. The rim possesses a bead shape that makes the wheel tubeless-ready. The shape, with a 25mm exterior width and 26mm depth takes its shape cues from Zipp’s 202 Firecrest Carbon Clincher. The depth is paired with the width for increased air volume inside the tire, which means you can run lower pressure for greater comfort and still net out lower rolling resistance. When the rim cuts through the wind, it does so with very little effort, and the depth has little effect on crosswind stability. The hub set found here, called 77/177D, are already found on Zipp 202 and 303 Firecrest disc-brake wheels. The hubs are designed to be versatile. They have six-bolt mounting for rotors. They come with a disc-brake specific quick release, but the skewer and the hub end caps can easily be pulled by hand and swapped for thru-axle endcaps. Thus you can run either 12x100mm or 15x100mm in front and either 12x135mm or 12x142mm in the back. The axle itself has a 17mm diameter. Because of these needs, Zipp eliminated bearing pre-load and also improved the bearing shielding. These hubs take less work to maintain and roll just fine after your epic muddy cx race. All the same, the spokes are Sapim’s CX-Ray, which are the most aero spokes around, and will save you time every second of the ride. The wheels are sold separately. Each wheels comes with quick release hub end caps, thru-axle hub end caps, and Zipp skewer. When you buy the rear wheel version, it comes with either a Campagnolo-compatible 9/10/11-speed cassette body or a Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body with a 1.85mm spacer to run nine- or ten-speed cassettes. These can be swapped without re-dishing the wheel, and both can be pulled in favor of a SRAM XD driver body for even wider range of gearing. The 30 Course Tubular Disc-Brake is Zipp’s do-it-all tubular wheelset....

Bicycle Wheel Frame Zipp 

213 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

02.08.2021
New

ZIPP 30 COURSE CLINCHER DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 30 COURSE CLINCHER DISC-BRAKE FRONT WHEEL

Zipp has been building disc-brake-specific wheels for years. Some of the earliest versions were built for the Cannondale cyclocross team and Jeremy Powers. These elite test mules helped identify strengths and weaknesses of initial designs and rode the way for the Zipp 30 Course Disc-Brake clincher. This wheel works on road bikes, adventure bikes, cyclocross bikes, and even 29ers. Anywhere you have disc brakes and want a strong, light, aero, reliable, aluminum rim to hold up and shape your tires. The rim possesses a bead shape that makes the wheel tubeless-ready. The shape, with a 25mm exterior width, 21mm internal width and 26mm depth takes its shape cues from Zipp’s 202 Firecrest Carbon Clincher. The depth is paired with the width for increased air volume inside the tire, which means you can run lower pressure for greater comfort and still net out lower rolling resistance. When the rim cuts through the wind, it does so with very little effort, and the depth has little effect on crosswind stability. The hub set found here, called 77/177D, are already found on Zipp 202 and 303 Firecrest disc-brake wheels. The hubs are designed to be versatile. They feature six-bolt mounting for rotors. They come with a disc-brake specific quick release, but the skewer and the hub end caps can easily be pulled by hand and swapped for thru-axle endcaps. Thus you can run either 12x100mm or 15x100mm in front and either 12x135mm or 12x142mm in the back. The axle itself has a 17mm diameter. Because of these needs, Zipp eliminated bearing pre-load and also improved the bearing shielding. These hubs take less work to maintain and roll just fine after your epic muddy cx race. They’re laced with Sapim’s aero CX-Ray spokes for road speed. The wheels are sold separately. Each wheels comes with quick release hub end caps, thru-axle hub end caps, Zipp skewer, Zipp rim tape, and Zipp tubeless valve. When you buy the rear wheel version, it comes with either a Campagnolo-compatible 9/10/11-speed cassette body or a Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body with a 1.85mm spacer to run nine- or ten-speed cassettes. These can be swapped without re-dishing the wheel, and both can be pulled in favor of a SRAM XD driver body for even wider range of gearing. The 30 Course Clincher Disc-Brake is Zipp’s do-it-all clincher wheelset for the rotor crowd....

Bicycle Wheel Frame Zipp 

213 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

02.08.2021
New

ZIPP 202 NSW DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL
ZIPP 202 NSW DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL

When you’re looking for an ultra-light, aero, climbing disc-brake wheel, the one you’ll turn to is the Zipp 202 NSW Disc Tubeless Clincher. This is shallow, wide rim, that is best for those times when gravitational resistance is highest, and still has the aero advantages that will increase your speed when gravitational resistance is lowest, and all other times as well. Zipp, when they decided to focus on building disc brake-specific wheels, looked at not only what they could do for the rim, but what they could do with the bikes the wheels go in. For the first part, they knew that without the need for a brake track, they could extend their dimpling all the way to the end of the rim, as they did. For the second, they realized that most road bikes with disc brakes come with enough clearance for 28mm tires, so they designed with those in mind. With the dimpling they molded their SawTooth pattern into the exterior walls. As you should know by now, SawTooth is a design of indents molded into the outside rim walls that is comprised of twelve nodes. These are designed to start working for you at speeds of 20mph and then work better when faster. They essentially change the behavior of the wind around the rim to minimize side wind pressure on the rim in crosswinds, thus making the wheel more stable at high speeds. They also tweaked the rim shape, keeping the 32mm depth the 202 is known for, but increasing the max width of the rim to 28.9mm. The result is that the tire width that is most aerodynamic is 28mm. You can go wider for rough- and off-road adventures, but probably won’t want to go narrower than 25mm. The interior of the rim has been changed as well. the internal width is 21mm, and the side walls have ridges that help hold the tire in place when pressure is low. This is to improve the interface with tubeless tire beads. No burps when running wide tires at low pressures. Factory-applied tubeless rim tape finishes the rim package. You can run these wheels with tubed tires; you’ll just need to remove the valve stem from the rim. Thanks to the need to make the rim sidewalls strong enough to handle the pressure of clincher tires, these carbon rims are super-strong. Stronger than aluminum rims, so worry not about their durability. They are race light, but training wheel tough. Sapim CX-Ray J-Bend spokes are used both front and rear to lace the rim to the hub. These spokes are light, aero, and stiff. 24 spokes, two-cross, both front and rear. These NSW wheels utilize Zipp’s Cognition hubs. The front features scalloped flanges for the spoke beds. J-bend spokes resist the twisting forces disc-braking can put on spokes. This results in less pressure on the spokes, increasing lateral stiffness and durability. The rear has a pawl design with an Axial Clutch, which reduces pawl drag by 50% when coasting, and with a 36-tooth engagement, you’re driving the wheel the moment you start pedaling. The disc-mounting method is Centerlock only. Lock ring not included. The hubs come with Zipp’s Tangente quick release skewers as well as hand-removable end caps to fit 100x12mm and 100x15mm thru-axles in front and 142x12mm rear thru-axles. The wheels weigh in at 1475g per set, 695g in front, 780g in back. The wheels, sold separately as front and rear, also come with a wheel bag, a Zipp tubeless valve factory-installed, valve core removal tool, Zipp Cognition Oil, and a freehub body spacer to take the 11-speed hub down to 10-speed if you need. The single wheel bags can be secured together if you have a pair. A SRAM/Shimano 11-speed cassette body is standard, though a SRAM XD-R driver can be swapped in. The Zipp 202 NSW Disc Tubeless Clincher is the climbing wheel that will help your disc brake bike soar like an eagle both going up and down the mountain....

Bicycle Wheel Frame Zipp 

864 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

02.08.2021
New

ZIPP 202 NSW DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 202 NSW DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL

When you’re looking for an ultra-light, aero, climbing disc-brake wheel, the one you’ll turn to is the Zipp 202 NSW Disc Tubeless Clincher. This is shallow, wide rim, that is best for those times when gravitational resistance is highest, and still has the aero advantages that will increase your speed when gravitational resistance is lowest, and all other times as well. Zipp, when they decided to focus on building disc brake-specific wheels, looked at not only what they could do for the rim, but what they could do with the bikes the wheels go in. For the first part, they knew that without the need for a brake track, they could extend their dimpling all the way to the end of the rim, as they did. For the second, they realized that most road bikes with disc brakes come with enough clearance for 28mm tires, so they designed with those in mind. With the dimpling they molded their SawTooth pattern into the exterior walls. As you should know by now, SawTooth is a design of indents molded into the outside rim walls that is comprised of twelve nodes. These are designed to start working for you at speeds of 20mph and then work better when faster. They essentially change the behavior of the wind around the rim to minimize side wind pressure on the rim in crosswinds, thus making the wheel more stable at high speeds. They also tweaked the rim shape, keeping the 32mm depth the 202 is known for, but increasing the max width of the rim to 28.9mm. The result is that the tire width that is most aerodynamic is 28mm. You can go wider for rough- and off-road adventures, but probably won’t want to go narrower than 25mm. The interior of the rim has been changed as well. the internal width is 21mm, and the side walls have ridges that help hold the tire in place when pressure is low. This is to improve the interface with tubeless tire beads. No burps when running wide tires at low pressures. Factory-applied tubeless rim tape finishes the rim package. You can run these wheels with tubed tires; you’ll just need to remove the valve stem from the rim. Thanks to the need to make the rim sidewalls strong enough to handle the pressure of clincher tires, these carbon rims are super-strong. Stronger than aluminum rims, so worry not about their durability. They are race light, but training wheel tough. Sapim CX-Ray J-Bend spokes are used both front and rear to lace the rim to the hub. These spokes are light, aero, and stiff. 24 spokes, two-cross, both front and rear. These NSW wheels utilize Zipp’s Cognition hubs. The front features scalloped flanges for the spoke beds. J-bend spokes resist the twisting forces disc-braking can put on spokes. This results in less pressure on the spokes, increasing lateral stiffness and durability. The rear has a pawl design with an Axial Clutch, which reduces pawl drag by 50% when coasting, and with a 36-tooth engagement, you’re driving the wheel the moment you start pedaling. The disc-mounting method is Centerlock only. Lock ring not included. The hubs come with Zipp’s Tangente quick release skewers as well as hand-removable end caps to fit 100x12mm and 100x15mm thru-axles in front and 142x12mm rear thru-axles. The wheels weigh in at 1475g per set, 695g in front, 780g in back. The wheels, sold separately as front and rear, also come with a wheel bag, a Zipp tubeless valve factory-installed, valve core removal tool, Zipp Cognition Oil, and a freehub body spacer to take the 11-speed hub down to 10-speed if you need. The single wheel bags can be secured together if you have a pair. A SRAM/Shimano 11-speed cassette body is standard, though a SRAM XD-R driver can be swapped in. The Zipp 202 NSW Disc Tubeless Clincher is the climbing wheel that will help your disc brake bike soar like an eagle both going up and down the mountain....

Bicycle Wheel Frame Zipp 

672 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

02.08.2021
New

ZIPP 202 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL
ZIPP 202 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL

Zipp has expanded their Firecrest line to include a climbing disc-brake compatible tubeless clincher wheel. The 202 Firecrest Disc Tubeless Clincher is that wheel. It’s not a mere re-naming of a 202 Firecrest, but an extensive redesign that keeps the 202 rim principles, but modifies and optimizes for not only disc brakes, but aerodynamics, and tubeless tires. The 202 is the shallowest and lightest rim of the Firecrest line. It is good for climbing, for low-speed riding, for cyclocross, and any time feel that weight savings takes a premium over aerodynamics. Before embarking on designing carbon clinchers, Zipp benchmarked impact strength of aluminum rims. They knew they had to exceed that impact strength before they’d feel ready bringing a carbon clincher to market. They exceeded and then some. The rim is disc-brake specific. Take notice of the brake track. That’s right, it’s gone and ABLC dimples go all the way up the sides for better aerodynamics. this is Zipp’s third-generation dimpling, and is specific to the wheel depth and shape. This is a new design all the way through, with not only the rim shape changed, but the material moved around. The rim remains 32mm deep, but the width has mushroomed out to 28.9mm from 25.4mm, and the internal width 21mm. As you can imagine the shape means wider tires. 25mm is as narrow as you’ll want to go, but the 28mm width offers better aerodynamics still and going even wider still offers great aerodynamics. This rim works best with wide tires. It’s also stronger. Without having to deal with the force of brakes squeezing the rim, they were able to move material around. And the strength you can rely on. Feel free to drop the tire pressure. Not only will the rim withstand whatever you’re putting in front of it, but the molded internal ridges lock tires in place, even at low pressures. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. There are 24 aero Sapim CX-Ray spokes, both front and rear. A cross pattern is necessary in front to counter the forces of braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are more aero and shorter spokes. The rotor mounting method is six-bolt. The front wheel weighs in at 705g, the rear 825g. Maximum recommended tire pressure is 125psi, which should be overkill for any tire you’d want to install on this wheel. Maximum recommended rider weight is 250lbs. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 9/10/11-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XDR Driver body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick releases and endcaps to convert the hub for thru-axle or quick-release use. The included endcaps can convert the front wheel from 100x12mm to 100x15mm to quick release. The rear has endcaps for 142x12mm and quick release. They also include a spacer to convert the cassette body from eleven-speed to ten-speed. Also included are: rim strip and a tubeless valve, both installed at the factory, and a valve core removal tool. The Zipp 202 Firecrest Carbon Clincher Tubeless Disc Brake wheelset is light, aero, and tough enough for the roughest cyclocross, or gravel racing, has to offer....

Bicycle Wheel Frame Zipp 

544 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

02.08.2021
New

ZIPP 808 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL
ZIPP 808 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER REAR WHEEL

If you’re looking for flat-out speed on your disc-brake road, time trial, or triathlon bike, the Zipp 808 Firecrest Disc Tubeless Clincher is the schizzle. It is wickedly fast, stable in crosswinds, and light. The depth is such that it’s like riding double discs, just so much easier. They accelerate better, handle road vibrations and potholes better, and don’t get pushed around in the wind nearly as much. They’re light enough to race on the road, and the aerodynamics are so impressive that triathletes and time trialists needn’t look for disc wheels. Some folks who race against the clock might want to pair an 808 front with a disc rear for the ultimate in speed, or a 808 rear with a 404 front to deal with crosswinds. But no matter how you choose to ride them, these are speedy. The rim is more than tough enough for off road use, but Zipp’s stated intentions was to maximize speed on the road. The blunt-edged rim shape, which Zipp embraced with the Firecrest line, is markedly better than old-school NACA-inspired airfoils. First, the wider shape works better with wider tires. Second, the blunt edge, when paired with Zipp’s dimples, makes the shape less susceptible to being pushed around in crosswinds. This Firecrest 808, which is similar, but not identical, to the rim brake version. The shape and layup has been tweaked to work better with not only disc brakes, but also wider tires. First, Zipp moved material around, because they didn’t need the brake track any longer. Second, they advanced their ABLC dimples all the way up the rim’s sides. Third, they tweaked the shape of the rim to work with even wider tires. The depth remains 82mm, the 808 standard. But the width has been narrowed slightly, to 26.4mm from 27.5mm. And the internal width has been widened slightly to 19mm. That depth means you don’t want to run a tire narrower than 23mm, and, if you want it to perform best in the wind, you’ll go with 25mm wide tires. Wider works as well, though not as aerodynamic. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. There are 24 aero Sapim CX-Ray spokes, both front and rear. A cross pattern is necessary in front to counter the forces of braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are more aero and shorter spokes. The rotor mounting method is six-bolt. The front wheel weighs in at 950g, the rear 1025g. Maximum recommended tire pressure is 125psi, which should be overkill for any tire you’d want to install on this wheel. Maximum recommended rider weight is 250lbs. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 9/10/11-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XDR Driver body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick releases and endcaps to convert the hub for thru-axle or quick-release use. The included endcaps can convert the front wheel from 100x12mm to 100x15mm to quick release. The rear has endcaps for 142x12mm and quick release. They also include a spacer to convert the cassette body from eleven-speed to ten-speed. Also included are: rim strip and a tubeless valve, both installed at the factory, and a valve core removal tool. The Zipp 808 Firecrest Carbon Clincher Disc Brake wheelset is for speed, first, and foremost....

Bicycle Frame Wheel 

611 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

19.07.2021
New

ZIPP 808 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL
ZIPP 808 FIRECREST DISC TUBELESS CLINCHER FRONT WHEEL

If you’re looking for flat-out speed on your disc-brake road, time trial, or triathlon bike, the Zipp 808 Firecrest Disc Tubeless Clincher is the schizzle. It is wickedly fast, stable in crosswinds, and light. The depth is such that it’s like riding double discs, just so much easier. They accelerate better, handle road vibrations and potholes better, and don’t get pushed around in the wind nearly as much. They’re light enough to race on the road, and the aerodynamics are so impressive that triathletes and time trialists needn’t look for disc wheels. Some folks who race against the clock might want to pair an 808 front with a disc rear for the ultimate in speed, or a 808 rear with a 404 front to deal with crosswinds. But no matter how you choose to ride them, these are speedy. The rim is more than tough enough for off road use, but Zipp’s stated intentions was to maximize speed on the road. The blunt-edged rim shape, which Zipp embraced with the Firecrest line, is markedly better than old-school NACA-inspired airfoils. First, the wider shape works better with wider tires. Second, the blunt edge, when paired with Zipp’s dimples, makes the shape less susceptible to being pushed around in crosswinds. This Firecrest 808, which is similar, but not identical, to the rim brake version. The shape and layup has been tweaked to work better with not only disc brakes, but also wider tires. First, Zipp moved material around, because they didn’t need the brake track any longer. Second, they advanced their ABLC dimples all the way up the rim’s sides. Third, they tweaked the shape of the rim to work with even wider tires. The depth remains 82mm, the 808 standard. But the width has been narrowed slightly, to 26.4mm from 27.5mm. And the internal width has been widened slightly to 19mm. That depth means you don’t want to run a tire narrower than 23mm, and, if you want it to perform best in the wind, you’ll go with 25mm wide tires. Wider works as well, though not as aerodynamic. Zipp employs their 77/177D hub set, which was purpose-built for disc braking. There are 24 aero Sapim CX-Ray spokes, both front and rear. A cross pattern is necessary in front to counter the forces of braking. The flanges are slightly taller to work around the six-hole rotor mounts and the 17mm axle. While you can see that the spokes have a two-cross pattern, it actually possesses the lateral stiffness of a three-cross thanks to the size of the flanges and the orientation of the spokes. The benefits of the design are more aero and shorter spokes. The rotor mounting method is six-bolt. The front wheel weighs in at 950g, the rear 1025g. Maximum recommended tire pressure is 125psi, which should be overkill for any tire you’d want to install on this wheel. Maximum recommended rider weight is 250lbs. For rear wheels, Zipp offers both a Campagnolo-compatible, and Shimano/SRAM-compatible cassette body. The latter comes with a spacer for 9/10/11-speed cassettes. In both cases, the 177D hub body allows you to install a SRAM XDR Driver body for super-wide range gearing. The wheel comes with quick releases and endcaps to convert the hub for thru-axle or quick-release use. The included endcaps can convert the front wheel from 100x12mm to 100x15mm to quick release. The rear has endcaps for 142x12mm and quick release. They also include a spacer to convert the cassette body from eleven-speed to ten-speed. Also included are: rim strip and a tubeless valve, both installed at the factory, and a valve core removal tool. The Zipp 808 Firecrest Carbon Clincher Disc Brake wheelset is for speed, first, and foremost....

Bicycle Frame Wheel 

529 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

19.07.2021
New

Scott Spark RC 900 Team Issue AXS Mountain Bike 2021 (CENTRACYCLES)
Scott Spark RC 900 Team Issue AXS Mountain Bike 2021 (CENTRACYCLES)

Buy Scott Spark RC 900 Team Issue AXS Mountain Bike 2021 from Centracycles is 100% safe, Because purchase products at Centracycles provide a 100% money back guarantee.Location Centracycles : Jl. M. T. Haryono No.95B.Medan. Contact us: order@centracycles.com, To purchase online visit the website: www.centracycles.com Price : USD 2,330.00 /Pcs Min Order : 1 - 5 Pcs Lead Time : 3 - 6 Days Port : CIF / Kualanamu International Airport Terms : T/T, Western Union, Paypal Shipment : FedEx, DHL, UPS Product : Ori and Ready in stock SPECIFICATION Frame: Spark RC Carbon / IMP technology / HMF / 1x optimized / BB92 /Carbon swingarm / SW dropouts for Boost 12x148mm / TBC Trunnion Box Construction Fork: RockShox SID Select+ RL3 Air / custom Charger 3-Modes Damper / 15x110mm Maxle Stealth / Tapered steerer / Lockout / Reb. Adj. / 100mm travel Rear Shock: FOX NUDE EVOL Trunnion / SCOTT custom w. travel / geo adj. / 3 modes: Lockout-Traction Control-Descend / DPS / Reb. Adj./ Travel 100-70-Lockout / 165X40mm Remote System: SCOTT TwinLoc Suspension System / below Bar Remote / 3 modes / integ. Grip clamp Headset: Syncros Pro Drop in / Tapered 1.5"-1 1/8" / Bearing diameter size 42mm and 52mm Rear Derailleur: SRAM X01 Eagle AXS / 12 Speed / Wireless Electronic Shift System Shifters: SRAM Eagle AXS Controller Brakes: Shimano XT M8100 Disc / 180/F and 160/R SM-RT66 rotor Crankset: SRAM Stylo Eagle DUB Boost / 32T Chainguide: SCOTT custom BB-Set: SRAM DUB PF integrated / shell 41x92mm Handlebar: Syncros Fraser 1.0 Carbon / T shape flat / 9° / 740mm / Syncros Pro lock-on grips H'stem: Syncros XR1.5 -8° / Integrated Spacer & Top Cap / 2014 Alloy / 31.8mm / 1 1/8" Seatpost: Syncros Duncan 1.5 / 10mm offset / 31.6x400mm Seat: Syncros Belcarra Regular 1.5 / Titanium rails Wheelset: Syncros Silverton 2.0 6 Bolt / F: 15x110mm, R: 12x148mm Boost / 25mm Tubeless ready rim / 28H / XD Driver / Syncros Axle w/Removable Lever with Tool Chain: SRAM CN GX Eagle Cassette: SRAM XG1275 / 10-50 T Tyres: Maxxis Rekon Race / 2.35" / 120TPI Kevlar Bead / Tubeless Ready / EXO Accessories: Transport Axle Approx weights in KG: 11.2 Approx weights in LBS: 24.69...

Bicycle Road Bike Mountain Bike 

1,973 EUR

Benin City
Nigeria

16.07.2021
New

2021 BMC TIMEMACHINE 01 TRI ROAD FRAMESET
2021 BMC TIMEMACHINE 01 TRI ROAD FRAMESET

BMC’s timemachine is such a fast performer, BMC needed four years to find a way to improve it. The new timemachine 01 is faster with no wind, faster in crosswinds, and easier to fit. In addition, if you need to carry stuff on the bike, there’s more room for it with less aerodynamic penalty. And the frame is UCI-legal across their size run. The old timemachine had impressive straight line aerodynamics. The new timemachine improves on straight line aerodynamics, real world aerodynamics, and crosswind aerodynamics. The subA tube shapes have been further refined. Many profiles have been truncated, which doesn’t cost you at all in a headwind, better shrouds water bottles and gear, and is less susceptible to side-forces when riding in crosswinds. Added stability means you spend less time fighting your bike and more time laying out the watts. Shrouding water bottles is no small deal, as you need to carry water, and most wind tunnel tests do not account for this. With cage mounts on the seat tube and three bolts on the downtube, you can choose how you want your hydration. The downtube yields two positions for bottles, the lower is more aero, but if you have trouble reaching low, or want to run two bottles, use the upper position. The tube shaping makes the most dramatic improvements with round bottles, but aero bottles benefit as well. In addition, the integrated bar/stem combo is faster. They actually have two different combinations sitting atop the improved bayonet fork. A raised V-cockpit that comes standard with complete bikes and is better for less flexible riders. And a flat-cockpit, that can come on the frameset, or can be ordered separately for the complete bikes. With the V, the stack spacers have a range of 590-705mm in height. With the flat, the range is 530-670mm. And with the flat setup, the base bar can be flipped over, giving you a range of 40mm below the stem to 40mm above the stem. In both cases, particularly in the raised cockpit setup, the arm supports channel air more cleanly, reducing drag. And there are a set of top tube mounts midway back on the top tube for boxes. This might look unusual, but it worked out to be faster in the wind tunnel, so BMC departed from tradition to give you speed. The fork itself has widely-spaced legs, giving the air an easier time flowing past the legs and wide rims. Both the fork and rear triangle can work with rims up to 28mm wide and tires up to 27mm wide. And the horizontal rear dropouts have adjustable stops, so you can position the wheel as close to the frame as possible regardless of the tire width. The final aero touch is the rear storage box. This is not UCI-legal, but it is for multi-sport riders. It’s big enough to fit a tubular plus tools and inflator. The box mounts behind the seat post when the forward mounting option is employed. To offer the most fit options in their P2P, Position 2 Perform, system, the seat post has a rearward mount and a forward mount. In addition, the saddle clamp has four positions. This yields a huge range of adjustment, going from a virtual 71.5 to a virtual 80.8-degree seat angle, with 124mm of total fore-aft adjustment. To get the maximum speed out of a frame, integration is essential. That’s why the fork has integrated brakes, and the rear brakes hide under the chain stays. But BMC wasn’t satisfied with their earlier efforts on this front. They developed a brake booster system, giving you more power at your fingertips for less effort. They also developed something they call the quick-pad cartridge system. This makes it easy for you to swap pads from your carbon-specific race pads to your aluminum training wheel pads. Pulling and replacing cartridges is as easy as swapping pads on conventional brakes. BMC embraces options. They have Dual Transmission Integration here. You can run electronic or mechanical, even hydraulic shifting. However, the complexity of running mechanical is such that they only offer complete bikes with electronic shifting and recommend it when you’re building up your own steed. Likewise, they utilize the BB86 bottom bracket standard. The BMC timemachine 01 makes it easier to go faster, both for how it allows you to find the perfect position and for how it slices through the air outside....

Bicycle2021 Frame Wheel 

2230 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

15.07.2021
New

2021 BMC ROADMACHINE 01 FRAMESET
2021 BMC ROADMACHINE 01 FRAMESET

ROADMACHINE 01 FRAMESET SPECIFICATIONS Bottom Bracket Type PF86 Required Frame Material TCC 01 Premium Carbon, Angle Compliance Technology Fork Roadmachine 01 Premium Carbon, Integrated Cockpit Headset Integrated Seatpost Roadmachine 01 "D" Premium Carbon, 15mm offset Front Derailleur Type Braze-On Required Stem BMC ICS 01 - Integrated Cockpit Design ROADMACHINE 01 FRAMESET INFORMATION With the new Roadmachine 01, BMC is redefining what an endurance bike can be. It’s faster than a typical endurance bike, faster than BMC’s own Granfondo, something you see in stiffness and aerodynamics. At the same time, it offers greater comfort than a racing bike. The bike is only offered with disc brakes, making it easy to fit 30mm tires for off-roading. And the geometry reflects the desires of the engineers. It’s racy but stable, and the front end is adaptable, even with the integrated stem. They think of this as the one-bike collection. The stem is not only a looker, but shows how thoroughly BMC rethought the front end. The brake hoses run through the stem and into the frame without seeing daylight. The front brake hose comes out of the fork leg just above the flat mount. The rear hose goes into the downtube and out on the left chainstay. Hydraulic brakes only. If you’re running Shimano Di2, the wire runs internally and the battery in the seatpost. If you’re running mechanical shifting or hydraulic, the cabling goes around the head tube. Different covers are provided. And the stem sits atop what BMC is referring to as a cone. The standard has 2cm of stack and gives you a stack equivalent to their GF bikes. There’s a second low-stack cone, purchase separately, that has zero cm of rise. An extra 10mm spacer comes with the bike and stem, but any 1 1/8” round spacer will work. Stem lengths are 90mm for the 47 & 51, 100mm for the 54, 110mm for the 56, 120mm for the 58 and 61. The stem clamps to a standard round 31.8mm diameter handlebar. And BMC is working on integrated mounts for computers and cameras. As with any endurance bike, comfort and stiffness need to be baked in. Both layup and shaping play important roles. That’s why there’s the beefy 1 1/2” lower end of the tapered steerer and beefy fork crown atop slim fork legs. Likewise, at the back, the angle compliance seat stays attach low on the seat tube. The shaping here results in vertical compliance that is greater than the Teammachine but less than the Gran Fondo. The D-shaped seatpost, designed specifically for the Roadmachine, is carbon, and engineered for compliance as well. 15mm setback, btw. In terms of both bottom bracket stiffness and head tube stiffness, the Roadmachine sits between both bikes as well, stiffer than the GF and not as stiff as the Teammachine. You can see the work with the elongated head tube, the notch for the fork, and the massive bottom bracket juncture as well as chainstays that start off beefy and slim down, similar to the design of the fork blades. The BB standard is PF86, and atop it sits an integrated chain guide, designed to eliminate dropped chain. The geometry furthers the cause of a super-fast endurance bike. The chainstays are shorter than you’ll find on the GF. With the wheel better tucked underneath you, accelerations are easier. There’s 63mm of trail, a bit longer than a racing bike, but helps with stability. The bottom bracket drop is a generous 71mm, meaning you’ve got a low center of gravity, which makes both slow grinding climbs, and speedy descents easier. And with disc brakes, they’ve opened up tire selection. Up to 30mm in diameter will fit. As mentioned earlier, the frame is designed for hydraulic brakes only. You can run 160 or 140mm in front thanks to BMC’s proprietary mount. With the rear, you can mount a 140mm via direct mount and 160mm with flatmount adapter. The hubs roll on 12mm thru-axles, both front (100mm) and rear (142mm). The thru-axle design improves stiffness, drops weight, and makes wheel changes easier. The Roadmachine 01 is high-speed fun for those who want a fleet of one....

Bicycle2021 Frame Wheel 

1368 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

15.07.2021
New

2021 BMC TIMEMACHINE 01 TRI ROAD FRAMESET
2021 BMC TIMEMACHINE 01 TRI ROAD FRAMESET

BMC’s timemachine is such a fast performer, BMC needed four years to find a way to improve it. The new timemachine 01 is faster with no wind, faster in crosswinds, and easier to fit. In addition, if you need to carry stuff on the bike, there’s more room for it with less aerodynamic penalty. And the frame is UCI-legal across their size run. The old timemachine had impressive straight line aerodynamics. The new timemachine improves on straight line aerodynamics, real world aerodynamics, and crosswind aerodynamics. The subA tube shapes have been further refined. Many profiles have been truncated, which doesn’t cost you at all in a headwind, better shrouds water bottles and gear, and is less susceptible to side-forces when riding in crosswinds. Added stability means you spend less time fighting your bike and more time laying out the watts. Shrouding water bottles is no small deal, as you need to carry water, and most wind tunnel tests do not account for this. With cage mounts on the seat tube and three bolts on the downtube, you can choose how you want your hydration. The downtube yields two positions for bottles, the lower is more aero, but if you have trouble reaching low, or want to run two bottles, use the upper position. The tube shaping makes the most dramatic improvements with round bottles, but aero bottles benefit as well. In addition, the integrated bar/stem combo is faster. They actually have two different combinations sitting atop the improved bayonet fork. A raised V-cockpit that comes standard with complete bikes and is better for less flexible riders. And a flat-cockpit, that can come on the frameset, or can be ordered separately for the complete bikes. With the V, the stack spacers have a range of 590-705mm in height. With the flat, the range is 530-670mm. And with the flat setup, the base bar can be flipped over, giving you a range of 40mm below the stem to 40mm above the stem. In both cases, particularly in the raised cockpit setup, the arm supports channel air more cleanly, reducing drag. And there are a set of top tube mounts midway back on the top tube for boxes. This might look unusual, but it worked out to be faster in the wind tunnel, so BMC departed from tradition to give you speed. The fork itself has widely-spaced legs, giving the air an easier time flowing past the legs and wide rims. Both the fork and rear triangle can work with rims up to 28mm wide and tires up to 27mm wide. And the horizontal rear dropouts have adjustable stops, so you can position the wheel as close to the frame as possible regardless of the tire width. The final aero touch is the rear storage box. This is not UCI-legal, but it is for multi-sport riders. It’s big enough to fit a tubular plus tools and inflator. The box mounts behind the seat post when the forward mounting option is employed. To offer the most fit options in their P2P, Position 2 Perform, system, the seat post has a rearward mount and a forward mount. In addition, the saddle clamp has four positions. This yields a huge range of adjustment, going from a virtual 71.5 to a virtual 80.8-degree seat angle, with 124mm of total fore-aft adjustment. To get the maximum speed out of a frame, integration is essential. That’s why the fork has integrated brakes, and the rear brakes hide under the chain stays. But BMC wasn’t satisfied with their earlier efforts on this front. They developed a brake booster system, giving you more power at your fingertips for less effort. They also developed something they call the quick-pad cartridge system. This makes it easy for you to swap pads from your carbon-specific race pads to your aluminum training wheel pads. Pulling and replacing cartridges is as easy as swapping pads on conventional brakes. BMC embraces options. They have Dual Transmission Integration here. You can run electronic or mechanical, even hydraulic shifting. However, the complexity of running mechanical is such that they only offer complete bikes with electronic shifting and recommend it when you’re building up your own steed. Likewise, they utilize the BB86 bottom bracket standard. The BMC timemachine 01 makes it easier to go faster, both for how it allows you to find the perfect position and for how it slices through the air outside....

Bicycle RoadBike MuntainBike Frame 

2227 EUR

Nairobi
Kenya

12.07.2021
New