Pedal Consumption x Tyrant Bikes Kagero 2018


In collaboration with Tyrant Bikes, we are proud to introduce the new 2018 Kagero. This lo-pro style frame now features 7046 double-butted aluminum tubing, full-carbon track fork (28mm rake), seat tube cutout, redesigned chainstays, new dropouts and painted in its original 2011 gunmetal grey color.



SPECS
Tubing: 7046 Double-Butted Aluminum
Fork: Full-Carbon Track (1-1/8″ – 1.5″)
Headtube: Tapered 42/52mm ID – 46/56mm OD
Headset: FSA NO.42/ACB w/compression plug (Included)
Seatpost Size: 31.6mm
Seat Collar: 34.9mm (Included)
Bottom Bracket: 68mm (English)



Available @ http://pedalconsumptionstore.com/

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