Swiftcarbon Racevox Disc: First Ride Review

James Spender Monday, September 2, 2019 - 11:01 The RaceVox blends modern design tropes with adept handling and aggressive performance. Photos: Ana Lidia Borba £3,099 - £5,299 The RaceVox is the all-new platform for SwiftCarbon, drawing on the pro-race geometry of its original Ultravox but adding disc brakes, fully internal cabling, dropped seatstays and aero-led tube profiles. At a glance the RaceVox is a clean looking bike, if possessed of a similar silhouette to almost every flagship racer going. But that’s no bad thing, the dropped seatstays, hidden cables and one-piece bars have been adopted by the industry for a reason, as too discs. One thing that did set the RaceVox apart, though, was the iridescent paint, a deep sparkly blue that changes tone in the light. It’s a class looking act that’s also available in a similarly pleasing red. Image 2 of 7 Image 2 of 7 Spec is ...

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