LEADER DISC FRAMESET
LEADER DISC FRAMESET
OLYMPIA LEADER DISC
INCLUDES: FRAME, FORK, AERO SEATPOST & HEADSET
GEOMETRY: SEE CHART IN PHOTOS AT LEFT
TECH: TAPERED AERO FORK, PFBB, FULL-CARBON DROPOUTS, FULL INTERNAL CABLING FOR MECHANICAL OR ELECTRIC, DISC-SPECIFIC DESIGN
DESCRIPTION: OLYMPIA'S FIRST DISC-SPECIFIC FRAMESET HAS ALREADY WON THE ITALIAN BIKE EXPO'S 2013 INNOVATION AWARD AND STANDS TO TAKE NORTH AMERICA BY STORM WITH INCREDIBLE AERODYNAMICS, MASSIVE STOPPING POWER AND GORGEOUS DESIGN DETAILS.
DELIVERY: 3-5 WEEKS FOR MOST SIZES
COMPLETE BUILDS: CONTACT INFO@STAGE-RACE.COM
Recent winner of the Innovation Design Award at EXPO-BICI Padua 2013, the Olympia Leader is a new and exciting model for 2014. The design was based on three requisites: optimal design, incredible braking, and industry-leading aerodynamics.
A custom design by Olympia designed specifically FOR road disk brakes and not just adapted for them, featuring accentuated tubes with an aerodynamic design, including the fork stays. All details designed and perfected thanks to sophisticated virtual and 3D simulation software, this bike has a well-structured head tube joint, forming a small “fin” joining the horizontal tube to the down tube.
The monocoque frame is in carbon fibres T800s, T700 and M30. It features a sturdy fork, thanks to straight chain stays, with small lateral grooves to aid aerodynamics. The rear stay is fast and responsive, featuring a compact design and narrow wheel arch, following the tradition of the best aerodynamic frames. There is a small “spoiler” between the tube and rear stays, following the contours of the steering tube.
Leader was born for hydraulic road disk brakes: the left stay of the fork is off set with respect to the right stay, to facilitate brake movements, and the same reasons lie behind the totally asymmetrical design of the left bottom bracket, with a decidedly oversized design, to meet the challenges of increased stress and to accommodate the disk brake. Additionally, the hydraulic lines run entirely inside the frame.