PRIMO BALLERINO When you eye up the Primo Ballerino, maybe the first thing that comes to mind isn’t apocalypse readiness. No, you’re probably thinking the Primo Ballerino is gonna be a blast. And you’re right, it is. Clearance for 5-inch tires gives it an exceptional girth to mirth ratio. And paried with a responsive and sprightly carbon frame, you’;; have a generous amount of performance too. You can bomb downhills, cruiser over beaches, ride in the snow, and glide through obnoxious rock gardens with ease. You can also flee along burned-out city streets rolling over stuff in your path, like, say, looted storefronts and zombie corpses. Be prepared is all we’re saying. And have fun in the meantime.
While you could race the Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, you’ll win more style points than cash. Comfort and stability took design precedence over high performance and low weight —the trade-off for a do-all geometry with a super smooth relaxed ride, and a penchant for having fun. The low standover and spacing to fit tires from 700 x 28 to 29 x 2.1 suit rough-road and off-road use. And the geometry gives you the option of flat bars or drops, and lets you slap on fenders and racks for long-range endeavors. You can even run a belt drive. And since it’s made from 4130 CrMo, it can take some knocks and not even flinch, which is perfect for adventure, cross country touring, monster cross, gravel grinders, and deflecting the insults of frustrated motorists as you commute faster than they do.
This is a full carbon cross frame that isn't messing around. Tuned for super responsive acceleration off start lines, through hole shots, out of hairpins and wherever else instantaneous speed is needed. Oh, and we added bottle cage bosses, cuz humans get thirsty. But forget cantilevers, this frameset is disc only. Not to mention light, smooth, responsive and thru-axle or quick release compatible. New 2018 models have Mavic's Speed release
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