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Argon 18 Electron Track Frameset

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Description

About Argon 18 Electron Track Frameset

The Argon 18 Electron Track Frameset lets you take that next step to the world of fixed gear riding.

Twenty-five years of expertise distilled into one powerful bike capable of hurtling you to the next turn in record time.
With an aluminum frame and an aerodynamic carbon fork, the Electron is your ticket to freedom and victory. Unique, sleek and aerodynamic, the Electron packages velodrome performance and street credibility into one lean and mean machine.
Features
Argon fit system (AFS) track - A shorter wheel base, increased bottom bracket clearance and more aggressive seat and head tube angles for superior handling and incredible agility
Size-Specific Geometry - Well balanced ergonomic fit for every frame in every size
Triple-butted aluminum frame - Significantly lighter, but just as rigid
Aero Tubes and Seat Post More aerodynamic than ever
Carbon fork - Maximum comfort and amazing agility
Alloy rear dropouts - Provide increased wear resistance against the back-wheel’s fitting surface
Optimal balance - The perfect blend of aerodynamics and rigidity

Specifications
Frame material: Thermotech 3005 Aluminium
ASP-4500 Aero Carbon Seatpost
E-99 carbon aero fork
FSA Orbit is-2 (w/6.5mm top cover, bearing 1" 1/8) + fsa th-875-1 compressor included
Seat post: Argon 18 aero post
Seat post collar: Argon 18 aero
Alloy drop-outs with replaceable steel inserts
Bottom bracket shell with English thread
Geometry

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. After retiring as a rider, ex-Olympian Rioux opened a bike shop, where the brand was born. In 2001 they produced their first carbon frame and the brand is now distributed in 31 countries. Argon 18 sponsors German pro cycling team Bora-Argon 18 and debuted at the Tour de France in 2015.