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Hvrt CF2

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Description

Vario Geo Concept

ROAD PLUS

First variable geometry road plus bike in the world

Aero design, aggressive geometry, massive tire clearance, lightweight EPS carbon frame, thru axles and disc brakes. Pit bull of the peloton that doesn’t give a shit about the conditions that you race or train in. Aero the hell out of your opponents and kick asses on cobbles, pot-holed B-roads or even the Strade Bianche of Tuscany! 

Thanks to the unique TWINTIP fork you can change your position and adjust the steering character of the bike.

 

This unique solutions let's you adjust your riding position and the handling of the bike. Choose between a low position and snappy handling, or a more upright position and relaxed steering. The concept has already proven itself on the Ruut gravel bike. We are not claiming it's two bikes in one, or that we have invented the wheel. But it works, and you will be supprised just how much more stable the bike feels on rough, technical descents in one axle position, and how much more 'road race ready' and aggressive it feels in the other.

 

 

Another groundbrakeing thing is the compatibility with 650b road plus wheels. While this is not a complete novelty in biking industry and it has previously been introduced in gravel bikes (also in our RUUT group), which do not deliver a pure road bike experience, which the HVRT does in a full swing!

 

 

 

Geometry

Specs

Highlights

  Size Reach Front center Standover height (with stock tyre) Stack Effective TT Head tube Seat tube (C-T) Chain stays BB drop Head tube ST angle Fork (A-C) Fork offset Crank length Bar width Stem length
    mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm angle angle mm mm mm mm mm
HI axle position 51 378 571 775 515 531 111 500 408 72 72,3 73,5 370 45 170 400 90
  54 385 584 800 548 550 144 530 408 72 72,8 73,3 370 45 172,5 420 100
  56 394 592 820 566 564 160 550 408 72 73,5 73,3 370 45 172,5 420 110
  59 407 614 830 600 587 195 570 410 72 73,8 73,3 370 45 175 440 120
LO axle position 51 372 568 780 520 532 111 500 408 67 71,6 72,8 380 40 170 400 90
  54 378 581 805 553 551 144 530 408 67 72,1 72,6 380 40 172,5 420 100
  56 388 589 825 570 566 160 550 408 67 72,8 72,6 380 40 172,5 420 110
  59 400 608 840 605 589 195 570 410 67 73,1 72,6 380 40 175 440 120

 

Frame: HVRT Aero DESIGN EPS CARBON
Fork: TWINTIP CARBON SUPERLIGHT
Handlebar: RONDO ROAD 400MM(S), 420MM(M,L), 440MM(XL)
Grips: VELO COMFORT TAPE
Stem: RONDO 90MM(S), 90MM(M), 110MM(L), 110MM(XL)
Saddle: FABRIC SCOOP FLAT CR-MO
Seatpost: RONDO AERO carbon
Brakes Shimano 105 BR-R7070
Shifters: Shimano 105 ST-R7020
Crankset: Shimano 105 FC-R7000 52/36
Deraileur front: Shimano 105 FD-R7000
Deraileur rear: Shimano 105 RD-R7000
Cassette: Shimano KCS5800 11-28T 11 SPEED
Chain: SHIMANO HG701
Hubs RONDO SUPERLIGHT SEALED BEARINGS
Rims: RONDO SUPERLIGHT Alu 622-18
Tyres: PANARACER Race D Evo3 700c x 28

ADJUSTABLE HEAD ANGLE AND FORK TRAIL 

CARBON AERO FRAME

HVRT TWINTIP CARBON FORK

CARBON AERO SLOT SEATPOST

HYDRAULIC DISC BRAKES

INTERNAL ROUTING

12MM THRU AXLES FORK AND FRAME

700 x 30C AND 650B x 47C TIRES CLEARANCE

Media reviews

Faq

What’s up with the TWINTIP fork?
What does the name stand for?
Isn't the HVRT simply an aero gravel bike?
Why not just put the Ruut on road tires? Wouldn't it be the same as the HVRT then?
Can I do road races on the HVRT?
Can I ride off-road on the HVRT?
What tires does the bike take?
When should I use it on 700C, when on 650B?
How big is the difference in comfort between 700C and 650B
What’s the main difference between the HVRT and other road bikes?
What’s up with the TWINTIP fork?
How much slower is the HVRT on Road Plus tires compared to 700C?
What kind of guy should buy the HVRT, who should get the RUUT
Why doesn't the bike have an integrated bar stem combo, or cables hidden in the cockpit?
Why do you put on only 26mm tires on some models? Isn’t that old school?
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