Cable paths are engineered, from the lever to the brake or derailleur, to reduce aerodynamic drag with no sacrifice in performance.
BBright increases system stiffness and reduces frame weight while allowing for a large range of crank compatibility in a modern press fit system.
Tough, compression-molded dropouts save weight with no sacrifice in strength versus traditional metal dropouts.
Positioning the down tube perfectly saves drag on the system by taking into account the interaction between the front wheel and the frame.
Different frame designs call for different steerer dimensions. We use the right dimension in the right application.
A close-fitting curve in the seat tube trailing edge shields the leading edge and top of the rear wheel significantly improving aerodynamics.
Future-Proof Cable Management ensures your frame is compatible with all current and future derailleur and brake systems.
A close-fitting curve in the seat tube partially hides the rear wheel improving aerodynamics with no weight penalty.
Smooth shifting that is easy to set up is no accident. Designing shifting requires a detailed approach. Small details have a huge impact.
Drinking is something that every rider needs to do. Taking this into account during design results in a faster overall package.
Hiding the rear brake from the wind, not from the mechanic. Properly formed seat stays hide the brake and improve air flow over the calliper.
A library of shapes that combine the attributes of a square and an oval to achieve an ideal balance of stiffness, weight, and aerodynamics.