From the success of the 2010 cycling season, Condor Bikes launches its 2011 road bikes with some modifications. Its flagship model, the Leggero is a seasoned race-ready bike used by the Rapha Condor Sharp pro continental team. It features a Dedacciai HM carbon and T900 carbon fiber frame with nano resins and a new BB30 bottom bracket system. This goes well with its oversized shaft and industrial bearings plus a Deda Nero Supremacy full carbon fork.
A triple-butted titanium frame with a Nero Corsa 5 carbon fork, the Moda has a reputation for having ultra-thin walls and oversized tubes. Light with raw titanium etched lugs, published weight of a 55cm frame is 1400g.
Handmade with quality similar to the times Condor Bikes used steel in 1948, the Acciaio uses a Dedacciai Zero Replica triple-butted steel with boron for its frame and a Deda Nero Forza 5 full carbon fork. It boasts of a race-ready geometry in 7 sizes.
The 2011 Squadra has similar features as that of the Leggero but on a slightly more affordable scale. Its carbon frame has internal cable routing, a Deda 5.6 carbon fork and a tapered headtube.
Using the Condor RC11 carbon for its frame, the Baracchi aims for longer rides without sacrificing comfort. It has a Condor full wave fork and internal brake cabling. A relaxed geometry option is available for shorter reach.
The Classico model signifies the cycling heritage that pays tribute to those ‘good ol’ days’ in its retro colored frame but with the latest technology applied to it. It shines with a heat-treated steel frame and a Condor 1″ threaded fork.
For newbies in road cycling, the Italia might just be the one to jumpstart your cycling passion. It is lightweight with a triple-butted aluminum frame and a Deda Nero Forza 5 carbon fork with a geometry that makes it a sportive and race-ready bike.
MSRP for the 2011 Condor Road Bikes are:
Leggero (frame £1,999.99)
Moda (frame £1,999.99)
Acciaio (frame £699.99)
Squadra (frame £799.99)
Baracchi (frame £1,299.99)
Classico (frame £899.99)
Italia (frame £499.99)