Genesis shakes up its range of bikes going into 2019

Sam Challis 14 Sep 2018 The Zero SL, Madison-Genesis’ race rig, and its disc alternative get tweaked and lightened up After another strong season with some promising young riders, Continental team Madison-Genesis have created an ideal environment to test Genesis’ flagship race bike, the Zero SL. Since its release, year-on-year the frame has dropped weight and another revision going into next year has seen the frameset drop even lower. At around 1.2kg unpainted and considering it has some distinct aero touches, the Zero SL is becoming very competitive with the framesets of other brands Madison-Genesis race against that have far bigger R&D; budgets. When the Zero was first introduced price points were determined by the level of finishing kit that adorned the frame but the brand has since readdressed that strategy, separating the tiers further by introducing two different levels of carbon. Image 3 of 15 Image 3 of 15 ...

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