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Description

The 2015 Energie VR takes performance to new levels with the ultra trick SRAM Force CX1 groupset; a frameset with full internal cable routing; disc brake specific and tons of clearance for high volume CX tyres and increased mud clearance; the new Energie VR is a thoroughbred racer that will excel in any conditions!

Cyclo-cross was once the sole preserve of hardened racers who wanted to maintain the competitive edge throughout the winter months but in recent years the sport has exploded into the mainstream with races cropping up every weekend throughout Europe and the UK alike!

The Energie VR is our high end full carbon PRO cyclo-cross race bike and has been designed specifically to meet the demands of all out cyclo-cross assaults! This high performance race oriented steed will be equally at home on longer winter training rides or anywhere in between. The increased strength and tyre clearance also makes this a phenomenal bike for back country roads and forest parks alike, when you take in to consideration that numerous Pro Tour teams use cyclo-cross bikes during the early season classics races you can really appreciate the potential and diversity that this bike can offer!

The Energie VR features the new CX specific SRAM CX1 groupset including hydraulic disc brakes; WTB CX Team i19/Formula wheelset and Vitus finishing kit to complete the package.

High-Modulus T700 HM-UD Carbon Frame & Fork
Our cyclo-cross disc brake specific frameset features a High-Modulus T700 HM-UD Carbon construction for superior strength to weight with increased tyre and mud clearance for high volume cyclo-cross tyres. Full internal cable routing has been specifically designed to prevent ingress of mud and water and to increase comfort when shouldering the bike during cyclo-cross race situations. A High-Modulus T700 HM-UD Carbon fork features a tapered carbon steerer and beefed-up fork blades to ensure precise tracking and steering with the ability to handle the rigours of competitive cyclo-cross racing.
Bottle cage mounts have been added to expand the potential for all year multi-purpose use.

 

Specification


FrameHigh-modulus T700 HM-UD carbon
ForksHigh-modulus T700 HM-UD carbon
Shockn/a
ChainsetSRAM Force CX1
Bottom BracketSRAM GXP
ShiftersSRAM Force CX1
Front Derailleurn/a
Rear DerailleurSRAM Force CX1
CassetteSRAM PG-1170
ChainSRAM PCX1
RimsWTB Frequency CX Team i19 TCS
Front HubFormula DC94
Rear HubFormula DC38
SpokesStainless
TyresWTB Cross Wolf TCS
Front BrakeSRAM Force CX1
Rear BrakeSRAM Force CX1
HandlebarsVitus compact
StemVitus
HeadsetFSA Orbit C-33
SaddleVitus
SeatpostVitus
SeatclampVitus bolt
Weight8.83kg/19.46lbs (size 54.5cm)

Geometry

Size 50cm 51.5cm 54.5cm 58cm
Rec. Rider Height (ins) 5’5″ – 5’8″ 5’8″ – 5’11” 5’11” – 6’1″ 6’1″ – 6’4″
Rec. Rider Height (cm) 165cm – 172 172cm – 180cm 180cm – 186cm 186cm – 193cm
Rec. Inside Leg (ins) 29″ – 30.5″ 30.5″ – 32″ 32″ – 33″ 33″ – 34.5″
Rec. Inside Leg (cm) 74cm – 78cm 78cm – 81cm 81cm – 84cm 84cm – 89cm
Seat Tube 500mm 515mm 530mm 580mm
(A) Effective Top Tube 520mm 530mm 550mm 575mm
(G) Reach 363.23mm 368.31mm 379.41mm 394.16mm
(F) Stack 512.78mm 528.85mm 559.31mm 592.78mm
(D) Chainstay 430mm 430mm 430mm 430mm
(E) Head Tube 110mm 125mm 155mm 190mm
(B) head Tube Angle 72˚ 72˚ 72˚ 72˚
(C) Seat Tube Angle 73˚ 73˚ 73˚ 73˚
Bottom Bracket Drop 47mm 47mm 47mm 47mm
Wheelbase 994.4mm 1000mm 1015.7mm 1040.7mm
Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm
Bottom Bracket 68mm BSA 68mm BSA 68mm BSA 68mm BSA
Headset IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34
Front Mech 34.9mm Band 34.9mm Band 34.9mm Band 34.9mm Band
Rear Axle 10mm x 135mm QR 10mm x 135mm QR 10mm x 135mm QR 10mm x 135mm QR
Frame Material Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon
Fork material Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon

 

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