Who is this bike for?Roadies who want a pure tarmac machine designed for high speed on road over any distance. Race bikes are designed and built to be as light as possible, so expect light frames and overall bike weight to be impressively low. The best road racing bikes are reactive and fast handling – they should be nimble and agile. This is ideal for racing purposes: cutting through a crowded pack of riders, but also for fun, fast rides in the country with your cycling buddies.About the BikeWith Émonda SL 6 Pro, you get all the advantages of an ultralight OCLV Carbon frameset and a race-worthy Ultegra drivetrain, with the added benefit of lightweight Bontrager Aeolus Pro 3 carbon wheels. This carbon road bike is a great option for a wide range of roadies, and the upgrade to carbon wheels delivers major gains in speed and handling. Whether you’re racing to the line or going for a new distance milestone, you want every advantage in speed, light weight and handling. You’d rather get the whole performance package now than make an upgrade to carbon wheels further down the line.Émonda SL 6 Pro has a lightweight 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame, a race-ready Shimano Ultegra 11-speed drivetrain, powerful Ultegra direct-mount rim brakes and Bontrager Aeolus Pro 3 carbon wheels. For all the great things about the lightweight Émonda SL 6 Pro, the best is that it pairs a high-quality frame and high-end drivetrain with super nice carbon wheels. This upgrade makes it a real contender for any kind of ride or race.Key FeaturesUltralight 500 Series OCLV Carbon Frame achieves a superb balance of lightweight,strength and stiffnessÉmonda carbon Fork is engineered to flex to absorb shock and vibrationShimano Ultegra 22 Speed Drivetrain for super fast, light and accurate shiftingBontrager Speed Stop Caliper Rim Brakes for controlled stopping in all conditionsBontrager Aeolus Pro 3 Wheelset is designed to give light and reliable performanceBontrager R2 700 x 25c Tyres for the fastest speed on the tarmac
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