Colnago Air Road Bike

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MSRP : $2047.99


Product Description

Colnago Air Road Bike Air represents the evolution from the previous Arte 2.0 model. It represents an excellent blend between the shock-absorbing comfort of carbon with the responsive rigidity of aluminium, offering perfect performance for long days in the saddle. The brand new hydroformed 6000 series alloy front triangle has polygonal cross section top tube and a hexagonal cross section down tube, to ensure confident handling and rigidity without sacrificing the smooth ride. Colnago Air Road Bike Specifications: Frame: Colnago Air Fork: Colnago Street 3.0 Brake levers: Shimano 105 Brakes: Colnago X-Brake 3 Handlebar: Deda RHM EL Stem: Deda EL Front Derailleur: Shimano 105 Rear Derailleur: Shimano 105 Crankset: Shimano FC-R565 50x34T Wheels: Shimano WH-R501 Tyres: Continental Ultra Sport 700x23C Saddle: Colnago Z7 Seatpost: Dead RS EL Buy Colnago Air Road Bike at Chain Reaction Cycles, the world's largest online cycling store.



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