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Cycling Weekly Aero Road Bike Of The Year

EC-130E Awarded Aero Road Bike Of The Year

Cycling Weekly have just voted the EC-130E their Aero Road Bike Of The Year. It beat off all-comers to snatch the coveted award, in what must be the most hotly contested bicycle category this year. Cycling Weekly said, "If you’re after an aero road bike for riding and racing on flat and rolling terrain, then there is no better bike out there for the price..." The EC-130E snatched first place beating the much more expensive Canyon Aeroad CF SLX8.0, Scott Foil 10 and Bianchi Oltre XR4 in the process.

Now every magazine who has tested it agrees it's simply unbeatable. Cycling Active tested the EC130-E earlier this year in an Aero Road Bike Super Test and awarded it Best On Test citing that its, "Hi-tech design and top-notch components ensure superb value" and who are we to argue.

The EC-130E design blends our Advanced Aero Design concept with precision controlled carbon fibre placement and lay-up. Sleek aero frame tube profiles were developed to help the rider cut through the air while the frame geometry helps position the rider for minimum drag and maximum acceleration in response to pedal inputs.

The EC130-E was built to take advantage of the latest electronic groupsets and it's compatible with Shimano's Di2 and SRAM's eTAP electronic shift systems. Selcof's Ultra Carbon Cockpit was designed with the EC130-E in mind and offers a supremely comfortable range of hand positions that all help you to cheat the wind. Add in the EC-130E's practicality and ease of ownership and it's easy to see why it has such winning ways.

Lighter than you've come to expect from competitor's Aero Road bikes, faster than you thought you'd ever be able to ride, the EC-130E is available in multiple build options with a selection of the best groupsets from Shimano and SRAM. There's simply no reason why you shouldn't ride to win next season aboard the EC130-E Rivet Rider.

Check out the full review and article in the current, December 1st, issue of Cycling Weekly. 

1 December 2016

Cycling Weekly Aero Road Bike Of The Year

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