The Plutonium was conceived with keen cyclosportive riders in mind. Comfortable and a snappy performer, it’s at home on any road or bike path. Refined esthetics, balanced design, it’s an Argon 18 through and through.
There's a killer deal at my LBS at the moment that is hard to pass up, a 2011 Argon 18 Krypton for $2000 AU (full Ultegra, Shimano RS30 wheelset), down from $3000. They are also going to chuck in a Garmin GPS, full "3D" bike fit and a set of bib shorts and a jersey.
My current ride is a 2009 Plut ... Read More »
My wear indicator on my rear rim has completely worn off, it is just a silver pit. My front is probably well past half worn off also.
How important is it to change them? Coming from MTB, my brakes have always seemed really, really crap compared to disc, so to be honest I have not really noticed muc ... Read More »
VIENNA, Austria - International Atomic Energy Agency experts have found unexplained plutonium and highly enriched uranium traces in a nuclear waste facility in Iran and have asked Tehran for details, a report from the U.N. watchdog said Tuesday.
The report, prepared for next week’s meeting of the ... Read More »
I got hold of an Aragon18 Plutonium (2006) Bike (used, 100km) with full Shimano 105 setup (10 Speed), Carbon Fork, Aluminum frame at the local bike store for a great price. Does anyone know anything about these bikes? are the frames any good?Read More »