ELITE C:62

SL 29

Elektroniczna przerzutka za rozsądną cenę już tutaj jest, dzięki CUBE Elite C:62 SL. Połączenie naszej sprawdzonej ramy C:62 z nowym widelcem Fox 32 Float Performance SC oraz elektronicznym przełożeniem Shimano 1x11 ST pozwoliło nam stworzyć niezwykle efektywny rower wyścigowy. Zwrotny, lekki oraz znakomicie reagujący na czynności rowerzysty - C:62 to twój bilet do szybszego, bardziej satysfakcjonującego ścigania się

Przejdź do pełnej specyfikacji
Frame

Rama: Karbonowa rama Elite C:62 została wyprodukowana z wykorzystaniem zaawansowanej technologii Twin Mould dając nam maksymalną kontrolę nad ułożeniem włókien węglowych. Jest zarówno sztywna jak i niezwykle lekka, dzięki przemyślnym cechom projektu, takim jak powiększona, odpowiednio ukształtowana rura czołowa (ze zintegrowanymi obudowami łożysk węglowych), powiększonym suportem PressFit oraz hakami X12. Nasza geometria Agile Ride daje modelowi Elite Racer niezwykły poziom żywej manewrowości oraz precyzji sterowania, czyniąc go zaskakująco przyjemnym do jazdy po szlaku. Wewnętrzne poprowadzenie porządkuje okablowanie oraz zapewnia dłuższe utrzymanie precyzji zmiany biegów.


Komponenty

Komponenty: widelec Fox 32 Float Performance SC ze zdalną blokadą oraz osią QR 15mm ustanawia nowe standardy pod względem lekkości, precyzji sterowania, amortyzacji jak i osiągów - stał się zatem oczywistym wyborem dla C:62 SL. Tymczasem umożliwiające szybką zmianę biegów oraz niezawodne przełożenie Shimano Di2 pojawia się w wersji XT 2x11, które będzie w intuicyjny sposób reagowało na Twoje dotknięcie. Mocne hamulce XT, lekki, zapewniając szybkie przyspieszenie zestaw kół DT oraz przyczepne opony Schwalbe domykają wyścigową specyfikację.

  • rama C:62 Monocoque Advanced Twin Mold Technology, ARG2, Tapered Headtube, PressFit BB, X12, Integrated Cable Routing
  • kolor blackline
  • rozmiar 15", 17", 19", 21", 23"
  • widelec Fox 32 Float Performance SC, 15QR Boost, Tapered, Remote Lockout, 100mm
  • stery FSA Orbit I-t, Integrated, Top 1 1/8", Bottom 1 1/2"
  • mostek Syntace F109, 31.8mm
  • kierownica CUBE Flat Race Bar Pro Carbon, 740mm
  • gripy CUBE SCR
  • przerzutka tył Shimano XT Di2 RD-M8050-DGS, 11-Speed
  • przerzutka przód Shimano XT Di2 FD-M8070, 2x11-Speed
  • manetki Shimano XT Di2 SW-M8050-R
  • hamulce Shimano XT BR-M8000, Hydr. Disc Brake (180/160)
  • korba Shimano XT FC-M8000, 36x26T, 175mm
  • kaseta Shimano XT CS-M8000, 11-42T
  • łańcuch Shimano CN-HG900-11
  • koła DT CSW MA 3.9 Straightpull Wheelset, 28/32 Spokes, 15mm / X12, 622x20C Tubeless Ready, DT Swiss Pro Head® Reinforcement System, Squorx® Alloy Nipples
  • opona przód Schwalbe Rocket Ron, Kevlar, 2.25, Lite Skin
  • opona tył Schwalbe Racing Ralph, Kevlar, 2.25, Lite Skin
  • siodło Selle Italia SC1
  • sztyca podsiodłowa CUBE Performance Motion Post, 27.2mm
  • zacisk sztycy CUBE Varioclose, 31.8mm
  • waga 9.95 kg
Geometria

Geometria

Geometry ELITE C:62 SL 29Seat Tube Seat Tube Center-Center Top Tube Horizontal Seat Tube Angle Head Tube Angle Chain Stays Head Tube Wheelsbase BB-Height<br> to Hub Reach Stack
  • Info
  • 15"
  • 17"
  • 19"
  • 21"
  • 23"
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