SLAVIA versus FESTKA SCALATORE: 120 years of cycling evolution

The frame defines the bike and is a key factor in transferring the rider’s power to the wheels. The SLAVIA’s frame was made of traditional steel tubes commonly known for their heavy weight and flexibility. The characteristics of the material used for building the frame, together with the old-world components, don’t rob the great design of anything, but definitely account for its weaker performance. In contrast, ultra-light and super-stiff carbon fibre tubes make the FESTKA SCALATORE a two-wheel racer. While lightness and stiffness deliver high performance, the material absorbs road vibrations for a comfortable ride. The entire frame weighs just 700 grams.

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Published: 15. 7. 2019

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