Blue Competition Cycles
Blue Axino SL 700c T-800 Carbon Fiber Road Racing Bike Frame + Fork 53cm NEW
NEW / SHIPS IN 24HRS / MADE IN TAIWAN
The Axino is where it all started for Blue. Blue has taken the Axino to a whole new level. The distinct feature is our proprietary Kamtail designed tube shapes that not only make the Axino fast, but also an exceptional handling machine.
- High-Modulus Continuous Fiber Frame Technology: CFFT is a process by which the full-length carbon strands throughout the bicycle fore increased strength while decreasing weight.
- Kamtail Tubing: Kamtail refers to a shape that is much like an airplane wing, but instead of tapering out to a point, it�s slightly chopped off and flattened on the tail end, drastically improving aerodynamics over standard round tubes.
- Compliant Stays: Our newly designed Kamtail Seat Tube and Seat Stays are designed to work together to produce an optimally compliant ride.
- Zero-Void Internal Technology: This new technology allows us to
have our inner frame devoid of any rough edges or excess internal
materials and allows us to create a smooth consistent internal surface
that ensures strength and weight to be even more consistent on all of
- Brand: Blue
- Model: Axino SL
- Frame weight: 998 grams
- Fork Weight: 348grams
- Seatpost Weight: 177 grams
- Condition: New Take Off from unused, new in box bikes. May be some evidence of parts having been previously installed
- Frame: BLUE-TEC High Modulus UD T-800 Carbon-fiber
- Pedals: None
- Stem: Aerus TDS-RD701
- Headset: FSA tapered, integrated
Wheelset: 700c, QR (9mm) x 100mm front, QR (10mm) x 130mm
Front derailleur: Bottom pull, braze on
Crank: Anything compatible with PF30 BB Shells (68mm wide x 46mm I.D)
Shifters: Mechanical or Di2 (comes with caps for Di2 use). The bike came setup with mechanical shifters, and has those caps installed already.
Brakes: Standard road side pull caliper
PLEASE NOTE: The title of the ad defines this bike by the effective top tube length, measurement "A" shown in the image. That is what we chose to define the bike as. The box, or bike may be defined by different terms. It's important to understand that there really aren't any standard ways a bike is defined in regards to size. It may be difficult for a novice who doesn't understand the complexity of non-standards in given measurements the bike world. A size "59" frame for example could mean many things. We strongly advise anyone steer clear of relying upon subjective measurements, such as "Extra Small," or using the number size of the bike and assuming it can only mean one thing.
The best way to know a size is by comparison of a few objective measurements shown below; to what you had previously, alterations what you want now, etc. Proper and accurate size fit requires actual measurements.