About Argon 18 E-118 Frameset
Includes frame, fork, seatpost, aerobars, brakes and headset.
Argon 18 proudly presents it's latest creation: the E-118. Built in a new mold and certified UCI-legal, this triathlon frameset expands and refines the concepts first embodied in the spectacular E-114 that helped establish the company’s stellar reputation in this field. This new frameset was developed in close collaboration with star triathlete Tim O’Donnell and Team SpiderTech, including the Canadian Pro and U-23 time-trial champions.
In our constant quest for Optimal Balance and taking a cue from the fields of aeronautics and F1, our R&D team pulled out all the stops on this bike, calling on CFD computer-simulation fluid dynamics technology in order to make a lighter, better integrated, more aerodynamic racing machine. Now you too can harness these technologies to break through to a higher level of performance.
- Stiffness, light weight and comfort
- Monocoque construction featuring Horizontal Dual System (HDS)
- Innovative AFS-Tri geometry with BB-Drop of 75mm (lower bottom bracket).
- 7105 HM carbon composite
- Di2 Ready (One sku with 2 options, with internal cables or Di2)
- Integrated BB86 bottom bracket
- Aero-frame optimized by virtual windtunnel development.
- E118 specific monocoque fork with integrated adjustable stem, reversible handlebars and headset.
- AHB7500 reversible carbon handlebar
- Argon 18 exclusive integrated aero brakes
- E118 monocoque carbon fork with external aero steerer
- Includes frame, fork, seatpost, aerobars, brakes and headset.
||7105 HM carbon composite - 2012
||E118 monocoque carbon fork with external aero steerer
||ASP-7500 reversible (76°/78°) carbon 2way seatpost
||braze-on type front derailleur tab
||EE079 headset kit + oneness 2.0 specific compressor included
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More About The Manufacturer Argon 18
Argon 18 is a Canadian cycle manufacturer founded in 1989 by Gervais Rioux in Montreal, Quebec. The name is derived from the element, which is number 18 on the periodic table of elements; it's also one of six natural noble gases. The company's bikes use names derived from other elements. Designed by ex-Olympian Gervais Rioux using carbon fiber or aluminum frames, they are distributed in 31 countries. Argon 18 is sponsoring the new Canadian pro cycling team, SpiderTech beginning with the 2010 season on the UCI Continental America Tour.