TIME has unveiled a new version of its popular Alpe d’Huez 01 called the Alpe d’Huez 21, touting better compliance courtesy of a newly developed carbon lay-up.
“The Alpe d’Huez 21 reduces rider fatigue and adds comfort over the course of a long ride thanks to a new carbon lay-up, making it as energetic as the Alpe d”hues 01 but without the extra stiffness,” says TIME.
“The Alpe d”Huez 21 has lots of energy and can handle whatever the road throws your way. The bike is comprised of the Shimano Ultegra Disc groupset, of the Mavic Ksyrium Elite Disc wheels, of the Fizik Arione saddle, a Deda Sero 2 stem and handlebar and a classic disc fork on specific models,” adds the storied French brand.
The Alpe d’Huez 21 is available in three variants, the 21.1 that comes equipped with disc brakes and a Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset, a mechanical Ultegra version called the 21.2 and the 21.3, which forgoes disc brakes, but provides a mechanical Ultegra drivetrain as well.
All models are available in sizes XXS, XS, S, M, L and XL in black, red and white paint schemes respectively.
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