Top 7 Bikes from OutdoorMiks
Riding a bicycle is an extraordinary method to soothe pressure and set aside a little effort to yourself. Flying through the parks, the forested areas, and your neighborhood in the outside air can be a brilliant getaway from your everyday stresses and stresses. OutdorMiks offers a wide assortment of bicycles for you to browse to enable you to appreciate the outside much more.
For the urban occupants, we have an assortment of general-use models worked to suffer city lanes, soil ways in the recreation center, and rocky rural walkways. Our crossover bicycles are perfect for all normal landscape, and many even accompany bicycle racks connected so you can convey your packs with you without wearing a sweat-soaked rucksack. Solace bicycles are worked with padded seats and are incredible for easygoing bike riders.
Juliana Roubion Carbon S Mountain Bike - Women's
For the third generation of Roubion, the savvy engineers and dedicated female riders at Juliana decided to go back to the drawing board, aiming to make the bike more confident while hauling at face-melting speeds and better suited for lift-accessed bike parks. Realizing the need for a more aggressive bike, Juliana redesigned the Roubion Carbon S Complete Mountain Bike with a reconfigured VPP suspension inspired by the Strega, longer 160-millimeter fork, slacker head tube angle with an adjustable flip-chip, and longer reach measurements for a roomier cockpit and better composure on scorching-fast descents.
One of the biggest changes to the third-gen Roubion lies in a longer, slacker geometry that pushes it deeper into the gravity end of the riding spectrum. However, this redesign doesn't significantly alter its all-around versatility, meaning it's still great for the rider that desires the monster truck plushness of a slack, long-travel rig while having fun on trail systems with big climbs and high-speed descents. To be specific, Juliana lengthened the reach by approximately 15 millimeters per size for a more confident, comfortable feel at higher speeds, plus a centimeter lower standover height for a better fit with shorter riders. The head tube angle drops from the previous generation's already slack 66 degrees to an even slacker 65.4 degrees in its highest setting, complete with a flip-chip that slackens it out even further to a bike park-friendly 65.1 degrees. These were numbers that you'd only see on a freeride or mini-DH bike just a few years ago, meaning you'll have tons of confidence bombing those technical descents littered with steep drop-offs and nasty rock sections.
Another significant change to the latest Roubion lies in a reconfigured VPP suspension platform. Instead of relying on upper-link driven design, the third generation Roubion enjoys the increased bump compliance and glued-to-the-trail traction you'll experience with a VPP suspension driven by a lower-link mounted shock that's inspired by the latest Nomad. This lower-link driven VPP suspension platform is something that's reserved exclusively for the Roubion and Strega, seeing the need for increased bump compliance, better support, and higher levels of traction for all-mountain, freeride, and downhill disciplines. To best match the increased performance capabilities of this lower-link driven VPP, Juliana spec'd a Super Deluxe shock for a more supple feel that tracks to the ground noticeably better and resists heating up on those scintillating descents over thousands of vertical feet.
The last major change implemented on the third-gen Roubion is the ability to clear massive 2.8-inch tires if you prefer the voluminous support of plus-sized tires. However, we'd recommend sticking with tires in the range of 2.4 to 2.6 inches, as we find the larger 2.8-inch tires hold back a bike as capable as the Roubion, seeing they squirm under hard cornering and have a tendency to pinch flat while riding at full blast over technical terrain. Juliana specs the Roubion with a 2.5-inch front Maxxis Minion DHF and slightly narrower 2.4-inch Maxxis Minion DHR in the rear for an optimal blend of rock-plowing traction, cornering support, and fast-rolling speed.
Lucky for all of us, one thing that hasn't changed is Juliana's carbon frames, which is a good thing if you're after the legendary strength and unwavering stiffness of their renowned carbon layups. This particular Roubion benefits from a Carbon C layup, which optimizes stiffness and strength, as well as reducing weight over cheaper alloy frames. The frame's impressive stiffness translates to precise handling when you're tossing it into a gnarlier rock garden, as well as rapid acceleration the instant you place the power to the pedals out of corners, up steep climbs, and from a dead stop.
One thing that hasn't changed for 2019 is Juliana's commitment to delivering an optimal fit and riding feel for female riders, thanks to a lighter shock tune that's developed exclusively for females, seeing they're on average 30 pounds lighter. There's an extra-small available for even the shortest of females, meaning you'll finally have a bike that's custom tailored to your shorter stature without having to ride a larger bike and make major compromises. What they haven't done is water down their dialed geometry with a swooping top tube, higher front end, and shorter reach like much of the competition, which only leads to major compromises in ride quality and handling when you're actually riding hard and fast on the trail.
- Juliana's all-mountain machine is more aggressive than ever
- Slacker, longer geometry increases high-speed confidence
- Flip-chip slackens the head tube angle from 65.4° to 65.1°
- 6in of VPP travel smooths out rock gardens and bigger hits
- Revised with lower-link driven air shock inspired by the Strega
- Shock tuned specifically for the needs of lighter female riders
- Carbon C frame is resoundingly stiff and impressively strong
- One centimeter lower standover for a better fit with short riders
- Item #JLI005L
Juliana Joplin Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame - Women's
Quick enough for cross-country hot-laps and composed enough for trail riding, the Joplin Carbon CC Mountain Bike Frame from Juliana lets you hit the mid-week XC races while still giving you the capability to tackle all-day backcountry epics on the weekends. Its playful yet efficient demeanor allows you to blast over Slickrock slabs, carve through loam berms, and smash up an over root lattices with ease. The Joplin can be built up as a fast-rolling XC machine in 29er form, however, it defies categorization with its flip-chip linkage switching effortlessly between 29 and 27.5+ wheels, all without significantly altering geometry or messing with suspension kinematics. The flip-chip is key to the Joplin's dual persona, easily transitioning from the mile munching benefits of a 29er to the grip and rock-crawling ability of 27.5+ wheels and tires.
This top-shelf version of the Joplin receives Juliana's Carbon CC frame for weight savings in the neighborhood of 280 grams, versus the lower-priced Carbon C frame. This is a significant weight saving that's likely to appeal to the competitive cross-country racer or discerning trail rider looking to shave every possible ounce from their ride. And even though it's lighter than Juliana's lower-priced Carbon C frame, you'll be pleased to note it's every bit as strong and stiff, so you won't sacrifice anything in terms structural integrity or ride characteristics.
Borrowing design cues from Santa Cruz's iconic Tallboy, the Joplin blurs the line between razor-sharp XC scalpel and spirited trail bike with its 110-millimeters of VPP suspension paired with Juliana's recommendation for running either a 120 or 130-millimeter fork (29er/27.5+). The combination of shorter travel out back with extra plushness out front makes it pedal with resounding efficiency, but with greater margin for error when you're dropping into rocky descents. Where the Joplin differs from the Tallboy lies within its female-specific shock tune, which is targeted towards the lighter bodies of female riders. By tuning the FOX Float Performance Elite DPS shock for lighter female riders, you'll find it's more sensitive tracking over roots and rocks.
The VPP suspension gets 10-millimeters of extra travel over the first generation Joplin, aligning the newest version with the current crop of do-it-all trail rigs with approximately 4.5-inches of travel. Not only is the travel a bit more substantial at 4.5 inches/110 millimeters, but the revised VPP platform makes it perform better so you can squeeze every last drop of bump-smoothing compliance from the suspension. Juliana engineered it to be more sensitive off-the-top, meaning you'll gain better traction when you're pedaling over bumpy sections of small rocks and roots. The shock's ramp-up arc remains more consistent until the end-stroke, at which point it becomes progressive to resist bottom-outs on bigger hits and steep descents. This shock progression is especially important, as it allows you to use a 110-millimeter travel bike on bigger terrain where you'd normally blow through all your travel.
One of the Joplin's best features lies in the ability to switch between high and low geometry settings with its flip-chip, and in doing so, change the fast-rolling 29-inch wheels for the voluminous traction of 27.5+ wheels. The flip-chip rotates along with the upper link, allowing the shock mount to migrate between high (29er) and low (27.5+) settings, but without a drastic change in the bike's geometry. In fact, Juliana preserved the 68-degree head tube angle between both sizes for confident descending. Other notable geometry notes, both wheel sizes benefit from 17-inch chainstays for snappy turns around tight corners, as well as a 13-inch bottom bracket for glued-to-the-ground stability at higher speeds.
- Blurs the boundaries between trail chops and XC speed
- Carbon CC frame saves 280 grams from the Carbon C frame
- Flip-chip offers the ability to switch 29in for 27.5+ wheels
- 110mm of efficient VPP travel with a progressive feel
- Fox Float Performance Elite DPS shock tuned for lighter female riders
- Boost spacing increases wheel stiffness and tire clearance
- Removable mount for side-swing front derailleurs
- Threaded bottom bracket eliminates creaking
- Item #JLI005P
Juliana Strega Carbon C Mountain Bike Frame - 2018 - Women's
The Strega must have been conjured from a cauldron full of rock gardens, rooty tree lines, gravity, and carbon fiber, with an engineer's finger or toe threw in for good measure. Wicked-slack angles and bewitching suspension design are combined into a bike that's so capable it's spooky. The Juliana Strega Carbon C Mountain Bike Frame, aptly named after the Italian word for witch, may be able to fly down mountains with no hesitation, casting spells on riders every which way, but it's best if you don't burn it, it may feel bombproof, but we make no guarantees that this witch isn't flammable.
Diving deep into the dark of it, The Strega is not designed for just any woman who reaches for a mountain bike, it yearns for women who want to ride like a bat out of hell through the roughest terrain. The unwavering stability necessary for this kind of riding is achieved through an incredibly slack head tube angle, which is adjustable with the swap of a flip-chip on the linkage, so you can customize the ride from the High, enduro and trail hungry 65-degree head tube angle, to the downhill centric 64.5 degrees, which drops the bottom bracket and lengthens the wheelbase. We all hear about long and low geometry in mountain bikes so often that we might think someone may have hexed us, but the Strega is so slack, it's impossible not to comment on the length of the wheelbase. With just over a 47-inch between the hubs in a size Medium (low geometry setting), the Strega is incredibly long and stable, and the slackest women's specific bike currently on the market. When the long wheelbase is paired with short chainstays for a responsive rear end, and a seat tube angle that's even steeper than the Roubion at 74.5-degrees, you've got a long-travel bike that's still happy to be pedaled up steep climbs, so you're not cursed to a life of anything but shuttles and lift access riding.
The Strega's VPP suspension design takes some queues from the Santa Cruz V10 with its lower link location but dives into territory that hasn't been on the market before, and it's done in such an aesthetically pleasing way. Nestled in the lower-link is the RockShox Super Deluxe R shock, with 170mm of suspension, centered within a tunnel of meticulously laid-up carbon fiber that arcs around it as if to worship it, capped with a fender in the back to shield it from mud spray and stray trail debris. The location of the shock at the lower link translates to a more linear shock rate with a quick responding and consistent ride that wants to track its way through rubble and roots. This shock placement marks an extreme departure from the suspensions of the Roubion, Furtado, and Joplin. The Super Deluxe R air shock was redesigned with increased bushing overlap for a smoother stroke to send it over chunder, and metric sizing to future-proof it, should you want to upgrade the rear suspension later down the road. The shock also received a women's specific tune, since we tend to weigh an average of 30 pounds less than the guys on the trails.
The Strega Carbon C uses Juliana's second-tier carbon, which hosts similar construction methods to their higher grade CC, with a different grade of material that adds a mere 250-280g to the frame, and saves big on the money. The carbon is constructed using the same one-piece carbon layup technique as their CC level, with unidirectional carbon plies that wrap between the tubes so that the frame can absorb impacts more effectively, and a compressive bladder for applying outward pressure against the mold while carbon is curing to reduce resin pooling. The result is a bike that lures us in with its spellbinding aesthetics and captures our souls with the drive to fly down every mountain in sight on a bike so light that we may confuse it for a magic broomstick.
- Downhill-inspired bike for riding like a bat out of hell
- 170mm of VPP suspension for smooth riding in the roughest conditions
- Women's specific shock tune for more responsiveness and comfort
- 75-degree seat tube angle for improved pedaling efficiency
- Adjustable flip-chip with low and high geometry settings
- Internal routing for a clean appearance and easy maintenance
- Backed by a lifetime warranty on frame and bearings
- Shock fender, down tube protection, and bolt-on shuttle guard for protection on chairlifts and tailgates
- Item #JLI006C
Juliana Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's
With the updates to its brother the Bronson, its sister, the Roubion Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike gets a reboot too and sees the engineers at Juliana reaching into their playbooks and unleashing an all-mountain ripper of a bike dedicated to female riders, creating a more confident ride while hauling the mail on natural terrain or lift-accessed bike parks. And just like on the new Bronson, Juliana creates a more aggressive Roubion by reconfiguring its VPP suspension, inspired by the Strega, strapping a longer 160-millimeter fork on the front, slackening the head tube angle with an adjustable flip-chip, and adding in a longer reach for a roomier cockpit and better composure on steep, technical descents.
For this third-gen Roubion, it receives a longer, slacker geometry that's more at home on rowdy descents. Remarkably, it doesn't significantly alter its all-around versatility, so that slack, long-travel plushness comes in handy on the downhills without being a detriment on the climbs. Specifically, Juliana lengthened the reach by approximately 15 millimeters across all sizes for a more confident, controllable ride at eye-watering higher speeds, plus that centimeter lower standover height offers a better fit with smaller riders and allows for more dropper post travel. The head tube angle slackens from the previous generation's generously-slack 66-degrees to an even slacker 65.4-degrees in its highest setting, complete with a flip-chip that slackens it out even further to a near DH bike friendly 65.1-degrees. These were numbers usually reserved for freeride or mini-DH bikes just a few years ago so you can guess what this offers while bombing down technical descents full of steep drop-offs and nasty rock sections.
The other significant change to the latest Roubion lies in a reconfigured VPP suspension platform. Instead of relying on the previous upper-link has driven design, the third-generation Roubion enjoys the increased bump compliance and glued-to-the-trail traction you'll experience with a VPP suspension driven by a lower-link mounted shock that's inspired by the V10 and Nomad. This lower-link has driven VPP suspension platform is something that's reserved exclusively for the Roubion and Strega on the Juliana lineup as it provides increased bump compliance, better support, and higher levels of traction in all-mountain, freeride, and downhill disciplines. To best match the increased performance capabilities of this lower-link driven VPP, Juliana spec'd a Super Deluxe RCT shock for a super-supple feel that stays glued to the ground noticeably better and resists heating up on those rough descents that lose thousands of vertical feet.
The last major change implemented on the third-gen Roubion is the ability to clear massive 2.8-inch tires if you prefer the voluminous support of plus-sized tires. However, we'd recommend getting the 2.6-inch version that comes spec'd with what Juliana is calling the "new" plus as the internal width of the rims are greater and better support the tires. Larger 2.8-inch tires do provide more traction, there's no question about that, however, they can be squirmy under hard cornering, feel a little draggier on the climbs, and the tires have more of a tendency to pinch flat while riding at full blast over technical terrain since they shave the material to save weight. Juliana specs this Roubion with a 2.5-inch front Maxxis Minion DHF and slightly narrower 2.4-inch Maxxis Minion DHR II in the rear for an optimal blend of traction over kitty-litter and loam, cornering support, and fast-rolling speed.
Thankfully, one thing that didn't change with the updates is the construction of Juliana's carbon frames, which is a good thing since its legendary strength and unwavering stiffness of their renowned carbon layups is known industry-wide. This particular Roubion benefits from a Carbon CC layup, which offers excellent stiffness and strength, as well as reducing weight to the tune of about half a pound over the Carbon C frames. The frame's impressive stiffness translates to telepathic handling when at speed over demanding terrain, as well as quick accelerations when stepping on the pedals out of corners and up steep climbs.
Of course, Juliana's commitment to delivering an optimal fit and riding feel for female riders continues too, and it extends to a lighter shock tune that's developed with female riders in mind, as they're on average 30 pounds lighter. There's an extra-small size available for even the smallest-stature females, meaning you'll finally have a bike that's custom tailored to your vertical disposition. Saddle and grip touch points also cater to the female anatomy so you can ride in comfort when you're going hard and fast on the trail.
- The Roubion is back and more aggressive than ever
- Slacker, longer geometry increases high-speed composure
- A flip-chip alters the head tube angle from 65.4° to 65.1°
- 6in of plush VPP travel tames rock scree and bigger drops
- Revised lower-link driven air shock inspired by the Strega
- Shock tuned specifically for lighter female riders
- Carbon CC frame saves weight over the C version
- A centimeter lower standover offers a better fit with smaller riders
- Item #JLI005M
Yeti Cycles Beti SB5 Carbon GX Eagle Mountain Bike - 2018 - Women's
The Yeti Beti SB5 Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike's frame is identical to the SB5 with the exception of a lighter shock tune and touch points (saddle, grips, and bar) better suited for smaller and lighter riders. This bike is just as eager to hit up some hot laps after work as it is tackling that multi-day vacation to a mountain bike mecca that you've been dying to ride. Yeti did a masterful job of curating the spec on this particular build. On the SB5 Beti Carbon GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike, all of the parts are high-performing and durable enough to get you through multiple seasons of use while coming in at a price that brings the idea of traveling to those far away trailheads a reality. FOX suspension handles the bounce on both ends and the SRAM GX Eagle provides gear for every occasion.
Both the SB5 and the Beti version have received industry acclaim as a bike that can tackle most any trail condition you will face but still comes in at an impressive weight and pedals exceptionally well. We attribute the excellent suspension performance to Yeti's Switch Infinity slider. The system utilizes a patented translating pivot that automatically switches direction as the bike moves through its travel. This provides excellent anti-squat characteristics for superior pedaling performance and ideal suspension characteristics as it gets deeper into the travel. Inside are a pair of greased bushings that slide up and down on two Kashima coated rails co-developed with FOX Racing Shox. The fully sealed SWITCH INFINITY mechanism has external grease ports to lube the bushings and seals so maintenance is a piece of cake and you will be spending more time on the trail marveling the excellence of this 5 inches of travel instead of working on your bike or time spent in the shop.
We would be remiss if we didn't speak of the two varieties of carbon used on Yeti frames. The TURQ series is a higher modulus carbon that allows Yeti to build a strong and stiff, very durable frame while using less material, dropping roughly three-quarters of a pound. The carbon series as we have on this build, comes in just north of 6 pounds with shock, depending on size, which still puts it on the lighter end of the trail bike spectrum without sacrificing any strength or stiffness to the TURQ frames. Available in sizes ranging from XS-Large, the low geometry while giving you total confidence to test your limits and the tapered head tube and boost spacing front and rear give you all the feedback and stiffness needed when corning hard or pushing the pace through the aspens, pines or whatever indigenous trees you find yourself flying through.
- Yeti's aggressive SB5 for smaller, lighter riders
- 5in Switch Infinity suspension is perfect throughout its travel
- Slack/low geometry for pushing the pace
- Carbon construction and boost spacing for efficient riding
- Custom frame protectors preserve that finish
- Clearance for tires up to 2.4in.
- Yeti's Beti line accommodates smaller riders without sacrificing SB5 qualities
- Item #YTI00A2
Juliana Strega Carbon CC X01 Eagle Mountain Bike - Women's
Tame those tricky lines, hit bigger drops, and ride at speeds you didn't think were possible on the Strega Carbon CC X01 Eagle Complete Mountain Bike from Juliana. Its gravity-inspired shock configuration improves small bump compliance and big hits alike letting you fly downhill at eye-watering speeds, send it on those big bike park lines, as well as pedaling up into the high country for those memorable descents that you'll continuously daydream about. Strega is the Italian word for witch, and with its aggressive geometry, super plush suspension, and phenomenal Carbon CC frame, you'll be spellbound with the progression of your riding.
The Strega shares its DNA with the Santa Cruz Nomad and as such, it's a longer travel bike that has few peers in the women's market. Juliana knows there are plenty of aggressive riding ladies that desire a hard-hitting mountain bike and that's exactly what it delivers. It sports 170 millimeters of bump gobbling VPP travel, providing the discerning female rider with the proper tools to up their skills and speed in the park, on enduro stages, and epic days on technical terrain. You'll quickly appreciate that your equipment won't be holding you back on those lift access rides, repeated shuttle runs, or self-propelled adventures deep into high-alpine terrain.
One of the first features that catch your eye with the Strega is its reconfigured VPP suspension, driven by a lower-link mounted shock that's radically different from the Roubion, Furtado, and Joplin. This shock location takes cues directly from the Santa Cruz V10, renowned on the professional downhill circuit for its numerous World Cup victories and ridden by the fastest athletes on earth. On the Strega, the lower shock placement makes it suppler off the top with better small bump compliance so it tracks smoothly across steep and rugged terrain, much like a dedicated downhill bike. Another thing of note is that Juliana employs a custom shock tune on the RockShox Super Deluxe RCT that's designed for the lighter builds of female riders, allowing it to react better and not be overly harsh like shock tunes built for heavier riders.
Looking at the geometry numbers, the Strega provides aggressive trail confidence with its 65-degree head tube angle in its higher geometry setting making it one of the slackest women's specific bikes that we know of. Just a few short years ago, that head tube angle was relegated to lift-access and shuttle lap gravity sleds that's sole purpose was going downhill. However, more and more aggressive riders are seeking long-travel bikes that can actually pedal uphill too, and the engineers at Juliana designed it with a pedal-friendly 74.5-degree seat tube angle, again in its high geometry setting. This combines with the 500% gear range from its XO1 12-speed drivetrain to provide the means to power up steep punchy climbs as well as for settling in on a fire road climb where the fun begins up top. The low-slung frame improves standover heights (as low as 27.7 inches on the XS frame) for shorter riders and allows for longer dropper post further boosting confidence on hairy double black diamond trails.
Juliana also engineered the Strega with a flip-chip at the linkage that changes the bike's geometry from that all-mountain 65-degree head tube angle we spoke of above, to an almost downhill-dedicated 64.6 degrees, as well as lowering the bottom bracket and slightly lengthen the wheelbase for greater composure at white-knuckle speeds. We wouldn't hesitate to enter a DH race when the machine is set up in this configuration. Another thoughtful detail that’s afforded by the reconfigured VPP setup includes a special fender that defends the shock from kicked up rocks and flying mud from the trail below. Juliana's obsession to detail didn't end there, and it gave the Strega a custom shuttle guard, so that beautiful Carbon CC frame and cerulean paint don't get damaged while banging around on truck tailgate pads.
Speaking of the Carbon CC frame, the Strega Carbon CC XO1 shaves a significant deal of weight from the Carbon C frame. Juliana achieves this by using a lighter and more expensive carbon lay-up, all without sacrificing one bit of strength or stiffness you've come to expect from Juliana carbon frames. You can expect about a half-pound savings over the C-grade carbon, which is a significant amount of weight loss no matter what discipline of bike you're talking about.
- Tackle the rowdiest terrain and biggest hits with the Strega
- Downhill-inspired geometry still pedals efficiently
- 170mm of VPP travel offers a plush, consistent shock feel
- Lower-link mounted shock improves bump compliance
- Women's-specific shock tune increases its responsiveness
- Carbon CC frame shaves weight without losing strength
- Bolt-on shuttle guard, downtube protector, and shock fender
- Female-friendly touch points extend to the Juliana saddle and grips
- Item #JLI0053
Pinarello Gan RS Easy-Fit Ultegra Road Bike - 2018 - Women's
For many cyclists, Pinarello bikes represent the epitome of the premium race bike, often with a price tag reflecting it leaving us dreaming of the day when we can have our own. The 2018 Gan RS Easy-Fit Ultegra Complete Road Bike hopes to make that dream a reality a little sooner than later. Trading out the prestigious Dream Carbon found in the top-tier Dogma F8 for a more affordable carbon makeup, the Gan RS draws heavily on its pricier sibling's design and technology to bring Pinarello's renowned ride to a more attainable price point. Kitted out with Shimano's Ultegra componentry, women's specific cockpit, and Fulcrum Racing wheels, this build is chomping at the bit to jump off the line right out of the box.
The Gan RS presents the same eye-catching style as the Dogma F8, with its signature curves and aerodynamic detailing that make the bike just as stunning as it is fast. The main difference between the two frames is the type of carbon used to construct them. While the Dogma F8 features the best of the best Toray T1100 1K Dream Carbon with Nanoalloy Technology, the Gan RS consists of slightly more compliant T900 carbon that sacrifices a tiny bit of weight and stiffness but drops the overall cost significantly. While this carbon is slightly less rigid than the T1100 1K, it remains a high-strength, race-worthy layup designed to ride hard and fast.
As with the Dogma F8, this frame incorporates Pinarello's trademark asymmetrical design for claimed improvements in power transfer and comfort. The asymmetry in the Gan RS' seat stays is less extreme than in the Dogma F8, resulting in a slightly more compliant and comfortable ride while still providing benefits in responsiveness to keep you feeling powerful on your rides. At the top junction of the stays, a wishbone shape provides clean lines and aerodynamic protection to keep the rear brake out of the wind.
Pinarello also incorporates the Flatback technology found in the Dogma F8 into the Gan RS, with its oval-front and flattened-back tubing throughout the frame and fork creating an aerodynamic profile that slices cleanly through the wind without interfering with ride quality or adding additional weight. As an added touch, an integrated seat clamp and aero seat post add to the wind-cutting advantage and sleek appearance.
The Gan RS comes complete with carefully internal cable routing compatible with the mechanical groupset here and electronic shifting systems, if you choose so down the road, for an added dose of aerodynamics and crisp, clean lines for any setup. It's finished with a threaded Italian bottom bracket, a trend that we're happy to see resurfacing across the industry. The CNC threads provide a more consistent, solid platform for installation to do away with PressFit models' creak and longevity issues.
- Pinarello prestige with a more attainable price tag
- T900 carbon fiber construction rides fantastic and saves dollars
- Onda carbon fiber fork help absorbs road vibrations
- Aerodynamic FlatBack tube shaping increases speed
- Internal cable routing compatible provides clean lines
- Shimano's Ultegra componentry balances high performance and cost
- Item #PIN004K
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