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Nago Evo Nack Saddle White/Black, 134mm

Prologo designed the Nago Evo Nack Saddle to be a race saddle with the durability to withstand long seasons of use. True, Prologo designs lighter race-level saddles, but the Nack utilizes Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar, rather than carbon fiber, for the rails. This means that you retain the race-worthy comfort of the Nago, while also bolstering your investment. The semi-round shape of this saddle balances perfectly between the more rounded long distance saddles and the completely flat saddles in the Prologo line. However, Prologo compensated for one extreme by incorporating its Active Density System. This system places a stiff padding in the back in order to support the sit bones and a softer padding at the midsection and nose in order to provide more compliance with sensitive areas. This means that the Evo is well suited for long pulls, while at the same time allowing for quick weight and position shifts for more aggressive riding. In conjunction with the semi-round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. ESD also provides further weight reduction. More importantly, though, less inner thigh rubbing against the saddle results in more power to each leg stroke. And while this seems subtle, marginal wattage gains add up over long hours on the road. The ridged nose portion of the microfiber cover minimizes additional power robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked while in a TT position -- no more sliding forward and backward while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. Lastly, the stiff carbon frame, with cutouts beneath the nose, reduces weight without compromising strength. The Prologo Nago Evo Nack saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Black/black and White/black.

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Nago Evo Nack Saddle

Prologo designed the Nago Evo Nack Saddle to be a race saddle with the durability to withstand long seasons of use. True, Prologo designs lighter race-level saddles, but the Nack utilizes Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar, rather than carbon fiber, for the rails. This means that you retain the race-worthy comfort of the Nago, while also bolstering your investment. The semi-round shape of this saddle balances perfectly between the more rounded long distance saddles and the completely flat saddles in the Prologo line. However, Prologo compensated for one extreme by incorporating its Active Density System. This system places a stiff padding in the back in order to support the sit bones and a softer padding at the midsection and nose in order to provide more compliance with sensitive areas. This means that the Evo is well suited for long pulls, while at the same time allowing for quick weight and position shifts for more aggressive riding. In conjunction with the semi-round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. ESD also provides further weight reduction. More importantly, though, less inner thigh rubbing against the saddle results in more power to each leg stroke. And while this seems subtle, marginal wattage gains add up over long hours on the road. The ridged nose portion of the microfiber cover minimizes additional power robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked while in a TT position -- no more sliding forward and backward while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. Lastly, the stiff carbon frame, with cutouts beneath the nose, reduces weight without compromising strength. The Prologo Nago Evo Nack saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Black/black and White/black.

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Nago Evo Tirox Saddle White/Black, One Size

Prologo's Nago saddle shape splits the different between the company's more rounded Scratch saddle and the flat Zero saddle. If you don't want to pick between the two, and if you don't want to pay a bundle for titanium or carbon fiber rails just to save a few grams, then the Prologo Nago Evo Tirox Saddle is what you want, offering a shape that fits nearly anyone, for on- or off-road riding, while keeping more dollars in your wallet. Tirox is a lightweight steel alloy that virtually mimics the properties of titanium without being as costly to produce and manipulate. It will give up a bit of weight and durability to pure ti rails, but it's still plenty light and plenty strong for the vast majority of riders. The saddle features the same innovations as the other Nago Evo saddles, including a featherweight carbon frame -- the "skeleton" of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities, so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the midsection, toward the nose. Speaking of which, if you need to scoot forward on the saddle, the microfiber cover features ridges that add just enough grip to hold you squarely and comfortably for easy paceline work, while Prologo's Easy Stroke Design profile gives your legs more space to move for greater pedaling efficiency without sacrificing support. The Prologo Nago Evo TiroX Saddle comes in a 134mm width only, measured across the widest part of the saddle. It comes in the color schemes White/black and Hard Black/white, and it weighs 227 grams.

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Nago Evo Nack Saddle White/Black, 134mm

Prologo designed the Nago Evo Nack Saddle to be a race saddle with the durability to withstand long seasons of use. True, Prologo designs lighter race-level saddles, but the Nack utilizes Nano Aluminum Carbon Kevlar, rather than carbon fiber, for the rails. This means that you retain the race-worthy comfort of the Nago, while also bolstering your investment. The semi-round shape of this saddle balances perfectly between the more rounded long distance saddles and the completely flat saddles in the Prologo line. However, Prologo compensated for one extreme by incorporating its Active Density System. This system places a stiff padding in the back in order to support the sit bones and a softer padding at the midsection and nose in order to provide more compliance with sensitive areas. This means that the Evo is well suited for long pulls, while at the same time allowing for quick weight and position shifts for more aggressive riding. In conjunction with the semi-round shape, the Easy Stroke Design, or ESD, transitions the widest part of the saddle into deep leg cutouts. ESD also provides further weight reduction. More importantly, though, less inner thigh rubbing against the saddle results in more power to each leg stroke. And while this seems subtle, marginal wattage gains add up over long hours on the road. The ridged nose portion of the microfiber cover minimizes additional power robbing weight shifts. It keeps you parked while in a TT position -- no more sliding forward and backward while trying to keep a smooth pedal stroke. Lastly, the stiff carbon frame, with cutouts beneath the nose, reduces weight without compromising strength. The Prologo Nago Evo Nack saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Black/black and White/black.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Nago Evo Tirox Saddle

Prologo's Nago saddle shape splits the different between the company's more rounded Scratch saddle and the flat Zero saddle. If you don't want to pick between the two, and if you don't want to pay a bundle for titanium or carbon fiber rails just to save a few grams, then the Prologo Nago Evo Tirox Saddle is what you want, offering a shape that fits nearly anyone, for on- or off-road riding, while keeping more dollars in your wallet. Tirox is a lightweight steel alloy that virtually mimics the properties of titanium without being as costly to produce and manipulate. It will give up a bit of weight and durability to pure ti rails, but it's still plenty light and plenty strong for the vast majority of riders. The saddle features the same innovations as the other Nago Evo saddles, including a featherweight carbon frame -- the "skeleton" of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities, so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the midsection, toward the nose. Speaking of which, if you need to scoot forward on the saddle, the microfiber cover features ridges that add just enough grip to hold you squarely and comfortably for easy paceline work, while Prologo's Easy Stroke Design profile gives your legs more space to move for greater pedaling efficiency without sacrificing support. The Prologo Nago Evo TiroX Saddle comes in a 134mm width only, measured across the widest part of the saddle. It comes in the color schemes White/black and Hard Black/white, and it weighs 227 grams.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Nago Evo Tirox Saddle White/Black, One Size

Prologo's Nago saddle shape splits the different between the company's more rounded Scratch saddle and the flat Zero saddle. If you don't want to pick between the two, and if you don't want to pay a bundle for titanium or carbon fiber rails just to save a few grams, then the Prologo Nago Evo Tirox Saddle is what you want, offering a shape that fits nearly anyone, for on- or off-road riding, while keeping more dollars in your wallet. Tirox is a lightweight steel alloy that virtually mimics the properties of titanium without being as costly to produce and manipulate. It will give up a bit of weight and durability to pure ti rails, but it's still plenty light and plenty strong for the vast majority of riders. The saddle features the same innovations as the other Nago Evo saddles, including a featherweight carbon frame -- the "skeleton" of the saddle that supports the foam and attaches to the rails. This is molded with varying densities, so that vibration reduction is built-in, and so that the saddle flexes slightly under power. Multi-durometer foam is attached to the frame, with firm support beneath your hips and lighter, more forgiving foam at the midsection, toward the nose. Speaking of which, if you need to scoot forward on the saddle, the microfiber cover features ridges that add just enough grip to hold you squarely and comfortably for easy paceline work, while Prologo's Easy Stroke Design profile gives your legs more space to move for greater pedaling efficiency without sacrificing support. The Prologo Nago Evo TiroX Saddle comes in a 134mm width only, measured across the widest part of the saddle. It comes in the color schemes White/black and Hard Black/white, and it weighs 227 grams.

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Takara Men s Sugiyama 700c Road Bike - Black/Blue

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! The takara sugiyama mens road bike is sleek, stylish and lightweight. It has 1 gear with a steel frame that withstands rugged use, while the height-adjustable vinyl seat offers comfort. It has a front and a rear

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GMC Men s Denali 700c Road Bike Black/Green

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! This denali men's road bike in a striking black-and-green color is great for serious bikers. With a steel frame, chain and pedals this road bike has shimano components, 700c tires and alloy side pull brakes.

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GMC Women s Denali 700c Road Bike - Pink/Black

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Find bikes and cycles at Target.com! Enjoy a smooth and comfortable ride with the gmc women's denali road bike. It offers 21 speeds for truly exciting performance. The bike has a shimano gear shift system for better control on different terrains.

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Bicycle Strap-On Saddle/Seat Bag, Black Black and Light Black;Black and Lighter -15%

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Strap-on Saddle bag with 3M Scotchlite reflective trimming, enhancing visibility and safety in low light and at night. Velcro straps quickly attach to the seat and seat post. Perfect for wallets, keys, tools, tire levers, patch kits and other small

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Sears
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Value Series 2 Road Rear RM60 135mm Bike Wheel Black/Silver 700C

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Quality Wheels Value Series 2 Road Rear RM60 135mm Bike Wheel Black/Silver 700C

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Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle Black, 146mm

Selle Italia's Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is a modern take on the the classic mid-width Flite shape. The anatomic cutout relieves pressure, but it's the supple, yet supportive gel padding and integrated shock absorbing system that gives the Max Flite its distinctively smooth ride. If you want the classic Flite shape, but ou're not willing to sacrifice contemporary comfort, you just found your saddle. The foundation of the Max Flite is its nylon shell. Along with being supportive, it provides a generous level of flex that takes the pain out of choppy roads and rough trails. The tail is 146mm wide (for reference, the SLR is 131mm wide) which accommodates those with average to wide sit bones. There's an extra layer of padding atop the shell, as well as a gel layer that further reduces vibrations. And unlike the terrible gel seat covers that we've all seen before, the Max Flite is still thin enough to maintain a stable seating platform without causing hotspots. The large 'Flow' cutout relieves pressure on the perineal artery and adjacent soft tissue. This means that your blood flow will remain uninterrupted, so you won't be stricken with mid-ride tingling or numbness. As for the saddle's cover, Selle Italia topped it off with perforated leather that's both breathable and durable. This saddle is supported by Selle Italia's Vanox Tube rails, which are rated for off-road use, so you know that they're strong. Additionally, they operate like shock absorbers at the aft of the saddle. And when they're combined with the generous padding and flexible shell of the Gel Flow, it results in a saddle that cancels out the high-frequency vibrations that would otherwise ruin your ride. The Selle Italia Max Flite Gel Flow Saddle is available in 146x290mm size and in the colors Black and White.

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Zero-II Nack Saddle White/Black, 134mm

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Sempre Pro Carbon Road Bike Frameset - 2015 Carbon/Black, 57cm

The word "sempre" in the Bianchi Sempre Pro Carbon Road Bike Frameset's name translates into always, and we're inclined to think that it's fitting. That's because the Sempre Pro draws on almost 150 years of Italian heritage, as well as the very best of modern composite engineering, and the result is a bike that's ready for anything. So whether your aims are racing, training, or riding with friends, the Sempre is a worthy partner, regardless of the pursuit. Bianchi opted to employ monocoque construction, which means that the Sempre Pro's carbon fiber frame is molded as one piece. The use of monocoque construction allowed Bianchi complete control in developing the Sempre. From the geometry, to the tube shaping, to the layup, each factor is able to be optimized, without compromises. It's been made stronger through the use of Carbon NanoTube technology. This process involves adding nano-scaled particles to the resin. By doing so, the particles reduce the microscopic gaps between the resin and the fibers of the carbon. Ultimately, this increases the strength and fracture-resistance by 49% compared to using standard epoxy resin systems. Additionally, because this additive reduces the amount of material needed, it enabled Bianchi to build a frame with a smoother ride, in addition to the obvious benefits of lightness. Since the chainstays are oversized, the Ultra Thin Seat Stays (or UTSS for short) serve to balance the load firmly, yet lightly, maximizing the vibration damping. And that means greater comfort over a variety of road surfaces. Moving to the front of the Sempre, the tapered, full carbon fiber B4B fork's straight blade design cuts through the wind, while providing predictable and nimble handling. And as with the previous version, the Sempre features a tapered carbon head tube. The 1-1/8 x 1-1/2in design bolsters the front triangle's rigidity, but it also creates a purposeful surface design that increases laminar flow over the bike. Complementing this is th...

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Zero-II Nack Saddle White/Black, 134mm

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Saddle Bag Micro GREEN Art. F9652

360 and deg; View The waterproof and ultra super light weight ORTLIEB Saddle-Bag Micro is particularly designed for use on road and mountain bikes. The volume of 0.6 L / 0.36 cu. in. offers room for spare tube, repair kit, Powerbar or rain jacket. The roll closure with elastics ensures tight fixing and compression of the bag. A strong reflector ensures safety in dusk and at night. The Saddle-Bag Micro is supplied with seat mounting. Optional accessories: further mounting sets (article code E 97) are available e.g. for a second bike, as well as a stap system (article code F 96 E) for fixing to comfort or spring saddles. Ortlieb Bike Saddle-Bag Classic. If you need a more robust saddle bag, the waterproofORTLIEB Saddle-Bag PLUScome in different sizes (Small, Medium and Large.) Available Colors: Slate-Black (Art. No. F9651), Green-Lime (Art. No. F9652), Red-Orange (Art. No. F9653), Mando-Orange (Art. No. F9654) Specs Fabrics Weight Height Width Depth Volume PS 21 4.5oz (140g) 4.3in (11cm) 4.7in (12cm) 3.1in (8cm) 0.6L Features Rubber elastics for fixing theroll closure Lightweight PU coated nylon fabric Waterproof roll closure Scotchlite-3M-reflector Mounting set for saddle included Mounting set available individually for second bike (art. code E 97) Fixing mounted to saddle Fixing plate with release lever Technical Specs - Ortlieb Micro Saddle Bag Awards Winner of the EUROBIKE Award 2010 Test Winner of the Magazine MOUNTAINBIKE (2010) Recommended by Magazine RadFahren Additional Info Technical Specs - Ortlieb Micro Saddle Bag

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Elite SLS 9.2 Complete Road Bike - 2014 Grey/Yellow, XXS

Ultralight race bikes are fast, but if you're going to spend hours and hours in the saddle, they aren't always the most comfortable, since the focus is on minimizing weight. Boardman Bikes, the namesake of Chris Boardman, gold medalist, world champion, and three-time hour record holder, built its ultralight Elite SLS 9. 2 Complete Road Bike with a kit that any rider will delight in riding. And it's light so that even the steepest grade will feel like a mere incline. There are many bike companies that purport to have ultralight frames. In a similar manner, Boardman Bikes created a frame that, built with full Dura-Ace, is lighter than the UCI minimum weight -- but it's not "for show only." It rides and climbs in the capable hands of professional riders the world over. The SLS frame is high modulus carbon fiber monocoque construction. The definition of the monocoque process is hidden within the name -- 'mono' being Latin for 'one,' and 'coque' being French for 'shell.' So, as logic would have it, monocoque carbon fiber is formed as one piece in a single mold. This process allows virtually any tubing shape to be created. To develop a frame profile that maximizes strength, stiffness, and weight, the SLS was designed using Finite Element Analysis. FEA is a process in which specific loads applied by the rider to the frame are simulated but with far greater force. This helps to identify how the stresses and loads are distributed across each component. Using this information, material is placed where it is needed and removed where it isn't. For example, the down tube has been shaped to specifically address strength, stiffness, and weight. The one-piece monocoque design incorporates a one-piece, carbon PF30 bottom bracket and optimized, oversized chainstays. This design transfers power from the crankset through to the rear drivetrain and wheel so that none of your power is wasted. Additionally, the profile of the seat stays increases shock absorption and reduces t...

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Zero-II Nack Saddle

Don't let your saddle slow you down. If you find yourself bogged down by a thick saddle and you are unable to shift your position as fast as you want, it may be time to look at different options. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack is the perfect choice for riders who train hard to race fast. Prologo offers three saddle profiles: round, semi-round, and flat. The Zero-II Nack is flat. Flat saddles are generally considered the best choice for lighter, flexible riders who like to move around a bit to gain power from subtle position changes. The Zero-II Nack was designed with a base made up of varying densities of carbon. This construction allows the saddle to flex in the less dense midsection, while retaining solid support in the more densely designed paddle (widest section). The base is supported by Prologo's Nack 10 rails. Though they are a bit heavier than a carbon fiber rails, Nack 10 rails use Kevlar and small particles of aluminum which increase strength around the clamp points and add to the durability of the rails. Layered on top of the base is light foam padding, which was then wrapped in a microfiber cover. The Prologo Scratch Zero-II Nack Saddle is available in a 134mm width and in the colors Hard Black and White/black.

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Competitive Cyclist
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Saddle Bag SMALL LIME-BLACK #F9403

360 and deg; View(Medium Size) ORTLIEB and rsquo;s classic seat bag is available in three sizes, depending on the type of tour. The small version with 49 cu.in. is an excellent fit for road applications, while the medium is perfect for mountain bikers. Size L is a true alternative to carrying a backpack, providing room for equipment, snacks, extra shells and tools for long day tours. It tucks in nicely under the saddle, and often functions as protector on bikes without fenders. The additional fixation with Velcro around the seat post provides firm and vibration-free mounting. The 100% waterproof roll closure features buckles and D-rings for locking the bag. The mounting set is also availabe as accessory. Specs Size Weight Height Width Depth Volume Small 7.4oz (210g) 3.5in (9cm) 4.7in (12cm) 4.3in (11cm) 0.8L Medium 8.8oz (250g) 3.5in (9cm) 5.5in (14cm) 4.7in (12cm) 1.3L Large 11.6oz (330g) 3.9in (10cm) 9.1in (23cm) 6.3in (23cm) 2.7L Features Snap lock for attaching the bag to the saddle Velcro for additonal fastening of the bag to seatpost/pillar, prevents moving of the bag Roll closure with buckle and D-rings Fastening straps, usable as an alternative possibility to fix the bag to the saddle; available as accessory The highly effective Scotchlite reflector provides safety in the dark On bikes without mudguards the bag shields the rider from splash to a certain extent PVC Free Technical Specs - Ortlieb Saddle Bag Instructions - Ortlieb Saddle Bag Awards Award from the German Bike Retailer Alliance Test Winner of the Magazine MOUNTAINBIKE Ratedand quot;TOP PRODUCT" by Radtouren (2012)

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Elite SLS 9.2 Complete Road Bike - 2014 Grey/Yellow, L

Ultralight race bikes are fast, but if you're going to spend hours and hours in the saddle, they aren't always the most comfortable, since the focus is on minimizing weight. Boardman Bikes, the namesake of Chris Boardman, gold medalist, world champion, and three-time hour record holder, built its ultralight Elite SLS 9. 2 Complete Road Bike with a kit that any rider will delight in riding. And it's light so that even the steepest grade will feel like a mere incline. There are many bike companies that purport to have ultralight frames. In a similar manner, Boardman Bikes created a frame that, built with full Dura-Ace, is lighter than the UCI minimum weight -- but it's not "for show only." It rides and climbs in the capable hands of professional riders the world over. The SLS frame is high modulus carbon fiber monocoque construction. The definition of the monocoque process is hidden within the name -- 'mono' being Latin for 'one,' and 'coque' being French for 'shell.' So, as logic would have it, monocoque carbon fiber is formed as one piece in a single mold. This process allows virtually any tubing shape to be created. To develop a frame profile that maximizes strength, stiffness, and weight, the SLS was designed using Finite Element Analysis. FEA is a process in which specific loads applied by the rider to the frame are simulated but with far greater force. This helps to identify how the stresses and loads are distributed across each component. Using this information, material is placed where it is needed and removed where it isn't. For example, the down tube has been shaped to specifically address strength, stiffness, and weight. The one-piece monocoque design incorporates a one-piece, carbon PF30 bottom bracket and optimized, oversized chainstays. This design transfers power from the crankset through to the rear drivetrain and wheel so that none of your power is wasted. Additionally, the profile of the seat stays increases shock absorption and reduces t...

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