Rondo’s new adaptable aero road bike
Rondo has already made waves with its RUUT gravel machine and the geometry changing flip-chip in the fork that alters the head angle and fork trail to switch the handling character of the bike between sharp and smooth. Now it's used the same design cues to integrate the flip chip into a new aero road machine. Rondo’s gravel range unleashed Rondo Ruut CF2 first ride review The Rondo HVRT’s carbon frame was designed to be both aero and adaptable, using a combination of CFD (computational fluid dynamics) design, prototyping, and wind tunnel testing. The HVRT’s setup can be switched between HI and LO settings. In the HI position the bike has a higher front-end, slacker head angle and a longer trail. Rondo claims it also allows space for bigger tyres and/or fenders, and if you make the switch to 650b wheels you can run massive 47c tyres. In the LO ...
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