Gran Premio Disk Aston

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Disk version for this GRAN PREMIO and increased Bottom Braket dimension, now built for T47 standard. An excellent frame, responsive and precise, has been updated increasing the stiffness at the Bottom Braket increasing the diameter to accept the standard T47. Together with the generous cross sections of the chain stay and seat stay we increased the stifness at the points of greatest stress. This new version is completed by disk brakes. The standard is flat mount and the supports were specifically designed for Chesini. Painted in matt "Aston Martin DB11" with details in gloss finishing and orange color like the head set Chris King.

Chesini GP (Gran Premio) - Columbus Spirit HSS (high strength shaped) tubes, tripled external butted - 1" 1/8 1" 1/2 headtube - Chris King Inset/tapered headset - Columbus Futura Disk fork - Compact custom geometry for a excellent reactivity. 

From Euro 2.450 custom frame and carbon fork (22% VAT included if /where applicable). Contact us for more info
Tubes Columbus Spirit HSS customized for CHESINI
Bottom bracket BSA, --- Optional: T47
Dropouts Paragon - Optional: CHESINI CNC (for disc)
Welding TIG - Optional: fillet brazed
Brakes Caliper --- Optional: Disc Flat Mount
Fork Columbus Futura Caliper 1-1/8” 1.5” or Futura SLX 1-1/8” 1-1/4” --- Optional: Columbus Futura Disc or Futura Disc SLX or Deda EDG or Deda EDG DB
Head tube 46 mm - Optional: tapered tube
Head set Columbus --- Optional: Chris King
Seatpost diameter 27,2 mm
Cables routing external except rear brake--- Optional: all internal
Head tube logo engraved --- Optional: chromed plate
Graphic/colors customizable, extra cost for more than two colors or two finishing.
Other further bottle cages bosses, EPS/Di2/eTap ready and other customization on request.

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