Redline's Conquest Carbon Team Frameset has proven its merits on 'cross courses across the nation, boasting some of the industry's most advanced technology and top materials along with a fine tuned race-specific geometry.
The frame and fork are both constructed using RCT, Redline's proprietary carbon design. Using specifically shaped tubes they're able to ensure stiffness and responsive handling while soaking up vibration and keeping weight to a minimum. Features like a BB30 bottom bracket sell and 1.5 inch tapered steerer further power transfer, efficiency and steering precision.
Full internal brake and shift routing seals out the elements, and a full carbon steerer and dropouts shave a few more grams. Moving the with the industry trend and the UCI's recent game changing decision, the frame includes a rear disc mount (fork is cantilever only).
The Conquest Team also benefits from Redline's legendary optimized off-road race geometry. Refining their design year after year, they've developed a bike that's aggressive yet incredibly stable. A semi-slopping top tube provides increased leverage and standover clearance for painless transitions.
The Redline Conquest Carbon Team Frameset includes two water bottle mounts, but there are no rack or fender mounts. It includes a tapered FSA headset. For use with a 27.2mm seatpost and a 31.8 mm front derailleur.
- Redline RCT Carbon Frame and Full Carbon fork
- 1.5 inch tapered steerer
- BB30 and internal cable routing
- Canti posts and rear disc mount
- Water bottle mounts
- Compatible with 31.8mm clamp-on front derailleurs
- Compatible with 27.2mm seatposts
- 1890g for frame, fork, headset and seatpost clamp
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