Everti Phoenix Road Bike

DESCRIPTION

  • Cold-worked, stress-relieved, double butted, seamless 3/2.5 titanium tubing.
  • Stress optimized tubing shapes. bullet Seat tube internal diameter 31.6mm, 34.9mm external.
  • Integrated head-tube: CNC machined internally and externally to shave every last gram. Aerodynamically superior and lighter than traditional style, not to mention it looks very slick.
  • Ø15-18mm tapered seat stays for unmatched comfort.
  • Tapered oval to round chain stays.
  • Breezer style dropouts for greater rear section stiffness and lighter weight.
  • 68mm bottom bracket shell - English Thread.
  • Lightweight: 1325 grams (medium).
  • Comfortable ride characteristics.
  • Built to last.
  • Brushed satin finish

  • USER REVIEWS

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    [May 28, 2020]
    ynacass


    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Just both my PHOENIX SWIFT 700c last 22nd of may 2020.easy to handle 1st tome this road coz i have cross country and DH..trying to adjust and i know that this is the beginning TOO FAST TOO FURIOUS..hehehe

    Weakness:

    The pedal think its kidda ordinary..but no worries o'll upgrade some part by july..✌️✌️✌️

    Price Paid:
    10.000
    Purchased:
    New  
    Model Year:
    2020
    [May 15, 2008]
    Anonymous
    Road Racer

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    stiffness, but still good ride qualities

    Weakness:

    none

    Good stiff Frame for my 6ft 6in 215lb body. Very good welds,handles nicely.

    Similar Products Used:

    Scott CR1, Specialized Tarmac Expert

    [Nov 23, 2007]
    jon polk
    Road Racer

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Light, strong, well-built and pretty. And much less money than similar frames.

    Weakness:

    The owner need to train more and harder :-))

    Light but steady, stiff but comfortable, sure but nimble. This a beauty of a bicycle handles very well on tight turns, on fast descents and on climbs. The racing geometry still yields an easy ride. The welds are aerospace quality and the overall appearance of the matt titanium is stunning. I would go so far as to compare the Phoenox to titanium frames costing 2-3 times as much.

    Similar Products Used:

    Merlin Superlight, Serotta Legend, Moots.

    [Nov 10, 2007]
    Anonymous
    Road Racer

    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Strength:

    Very fast and responsive.
    Extremely light and very stiff laterally, no flex, nada.
    Flashy, pro team look, fast angles.

    Weakness:

    Its titanium and I've been told it won't degrade over time like carbon or aluminum. How am I supposed to justify buying new gear now?

    I've had the good fortune to ride some great bikes over the years, two of which are listed below.

    The Argon was my introduction to carbon followed by the gorgeous BMC out of Switzerland. Both bikes were very light, flashy and stiff.

    The BMC was of course the top end of that description. The finishing flawless, more like artwork than a bike frame and the ride was amazingly responsive to power input.

    The thing with a full on carbon race bike though was that it did tend to have a harsher ride (particularly with Zipp 404's) over the rough stuff. After a couple of years it time to try something new, Ti...

    The Everti is flashy, bright and shiny, Im a magpie so, very important. Its light, surprisingly so, the same as the lighter carbon frames, shocking really. The ride was a surprise too.

    It accelerated quickly, then I discovered how fast and stable it was diving into corners or threading manhole covers on the street. I started doing it for fun like those guys doing gates on a ski hill. It really carves, not sure why it just does. On a high speed descent it's rock solid, no problem there, in fact just like the BMC.

    I thought the frame might flex laterally as i had heard ti did that a bit but nope. The tubes are shaped beautifully (not boring) and flare where they attach to the bb and head tube. No flex, nada Im 200lbs on a fat day and 195lbs otherwise.

    The ride is more comfortable in the vertical plane than the BMC was when paired with the Zipps fully cranked up and racing on chip seal at 45kph; it felt like the seat was trying to split me in half like a thanksgiving turkey, smooth pave was a welcome relief. This isnt a problem anymore though.

    The frame finishing is on par with the BMC and the welds look like jewellry.

    Thing is, my BMC built up with Campy and Zipps was about $12,000.00cad when complete. An Everti cost you a bit more than half that for the same performance without the turkey effect.

    Big bang for your buck, very light, comfortable yet responsive ride.




    Similar Products Used:

    Argon 18 Helium, BMC SLC 01 Team Machine.

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