Storck has revamped its AerFast.4 Comp and Platinum road bikes, treating both models to an updated integrated cockpit, while the Comp receives the trickle-down benefits of its more expensive sibling’s carbon construction.
The AerFast.4 first broke cover at the 2021 Eurobike show, dazzling adherents to the boutique German brand with its bold aerodynamic signature, touting claims of being the first bike to maintain 45km/hr (approximately 28mph) while requiring just under 200 watts of power.
As mentioned, while the Platinum retains its same carbon composition, the Comp is now made using the same molds and fabrication process, albeit with slightly less modulus carbon, giving enthusiasts access to Storck’s flagship aero-bike with prices starting at €4,199.
In the case of the Platinum, complete bikes fitted with a Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset will start at €7,499, while the range-topping Dura Ace Di2 model will fetch €9,299.
Many will remember the first iteration of the AerFast.4, which dazzled on-lookers with its striking green colorway at the 2021 show. Well, that same paint scheme is still available on the AerFast.4 Pro.
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