Tuesday, May 31, 2011

The new technology 2011 Scott Plasma Premium

Scott Plasma Premium Bicycle is designed with high technology and faster. The experts in the field of carbon technology has found a new thing anymore. New Plasma3 frame used on Premium by combining SCOTT Aerodynamics Science to create a no compromise triathlon machine. Aero was found with the creation of the aero bars, and now the bar is enhanced with clean and as fast triathlon bike.

Excess bike:

The form is aerodynamics
- combined with aerodynamic shape
structural performance
- Drag optimized profiles in all parts of the tube
- All tube meets 03:01 ratio UCI-legal

Twin Turbo large chainstays
- Twin Turbo large chainstays
- Integrated rear brake
- Integrated bottom bracket

IMP technology
The most advanced carbon structure. Top tube, head tube, down tube, seat tube and chain stay all produced in one step by using the IMP. Each layer is carefully managed to rid the structure of voids or folds in the material.

Adjustable seatpost
- Adjustable Seatpost
adjustable chair with a clamp
allows for adjustments between
73-80 ° seat tube angle.

Integrated Cable Routing
The front and rear derailleur and brake cables all internal directed to improve aerodynamics. There is a cable access from the bottom bracket shell and chain stay for comfort.

Specs :

7.80 kg / 17.18 lbs

Scott Plasma 3 / IMP technology / HMX NET
Timetrial / Triathlon Geometry
Plasma 3 seatpost / Replaceable hanger

Scott Plasma 3, 1“ carbon Integrated

Ritchey WCS Integrated, 1“ Drop-In Headset

Derailleur (Rear)
Sram Red Carbon Ceramic

Derailleur (Front)
Sram Red Carbon

Sram Red R2C Carbon Shifter

Brake Levers
Profile ABS Carbon

Front: Sram Red with Zipp carbon pads
Rear: Shimano 7800 with Zipp carbon pads

Sram Red Carbon 53 x 39 TT

Sram integrated BB Press Fit

Profile Prosvet

Profile T2+ Cobra

Profile Plasma 3, 1“


Plasma 3 with Ritchey WCS adjustable head

Fizik Arione Tri 2 Carbon

Hub (Front)
Zipp 808

Hub (Rear)
Zipp 1080

Sram Red

Sram Red, 11-25 T


Front: Zipp Carbon 808 Tubular
Rear: Zipp Carbon 1080 Tubular

Continental Competition, Tubular 28“ x 22 mm

Friday, March 11, 2011

2011 Giant Trinity Advanced SL 0 is the most advanced bike for the battle against the clock

Bike was developed by a team of aerodynamics engineers with high-tech, world champion and Ironman athlete. Bike is perfect and the most advanced to the battle against time. It's stiff, light it, and it is infi nitely adjustable for perfect. By adding AeroDrive stem / handlebar combination, PowerCore bottom bracket area, tube SpeedControl aero and brake, and you just get the upper hand clock.

Sizes S, M, L
Colors Composite/White/Blue
Frame Advanced SL-Grade Aero Composite, Custom for Shimano Di2 Electronic
Fork Advanced SL-Grade Composite, Full-Composite Steerer
Shock N / A
Handlebar AeroDrive Composite Base Bar w/ Composite Aero Extensions
Stem AeroDrive Composite, 3 Heights Included
Seatpost Giant Trinity Vector SLR, Effective Seattube Angle Adjustable from 78 to 74.71 Degrees
Saddle Fi'zi:k Arione Tri 2 w/ Braided Composite Rails
Pedals Not Included

Shifters Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Electronic, TT
Front Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Electronic
Rear Derailleur Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Electronic
Brakes Giant SpeedControl
Brake Levers Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 Electronic, TT
Cassette Shimano Dura-Ace 11x21, 10-Speed
Chain Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
Crankset Shimano Dura-Ace 7900, 39/53
Bottom Bracket Shimano Dura-Ace, Internal Press Fit

Rims [F] Zipp 808,[R] Zipp 1080 Tubular
Hubs Zipp
Spokes Zipp
Tires Vittoria Crono Evo CS, Tubular

Extras Saddle 2-Bottle Cage Holder, Stem Fitting System
Weight How much does this bike weigh? It’s a common question, and rightly so. But the truth is, there are no industry standards for claiming bike weights—and this leads to a lot of misinformation. Variances exist based on size, frame material, finish and hardware. And as bikes get lighter, these differences become more critical. At Giant, we believe the only way to truly know the weight of any particular bike is to find out for yourself at your local retailer.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

2011 Pinarello Graal Carbon 60HM1K Monocoque - Sky 531

Valuable experience gained with the DOGMA coupled with the grand tradition Pinarello bicycle time trial, and the new Pinarello construction techniques SOE Lab System (Simulation Optimize Evolution) contributed to the design of new forms and advanced technology used in exceptional project. Compared with its predecessor, FM1, Graal has completely new geometry, steep seat tube angle and vertical seat post.

Parts of the new tube was made with a computer, including waves in the tube bottom, designed to minimize weight and maximize performance. Front brake located behind the fork, to further improve aerodynamic coeffificient. Graal is available in two versions: one designed for Shimano Di2 specififically fully electronic shift with the cable run within the framework and the batteries perfectly integrated into the rear chainstay. The second version, for the mechanical drive train, also has an internal cable housing but there is no battery so that the chainstays are thinner.

To complete this project, Pinarello created a perfect blend with the handlebar frame and form a single body with it. Anura Stang has an internal section for both electronic and mechanical cable to achieve net shape and aerodynamics. Width 410 mm C / C and handlebar clutch equals 120 mm, 105 mm, 90 mm. Interchangeable extensions (various width and angle of tilt), adjustable height and length. Adjustable bearings. Anura Graal and handlebar frame made of carbon with Torayca 60HM fifibre 1K Nanoalloy fifinish and technology. Graal frame available in 6 sizes.

Carbon 60HM1K

Graal™ Carbon 60HM1K 1” 1/8 integral system

Rear stay;
Onda™ FP Carbon 60HM1K

Frame weight:
1100gr (Size 54)

Most® Croxover

45 49 51 53 55 57,5

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