When buying such a bike, future owners have to choose between the frames, made of carbon fiber and aluminum. Most of the aluminum frames excel at driving on a flat surface. However, this option is much cheaper as compared with carbon. Frames made of carbon fiber exhibit improved resistance to stress and maximum effective cushioning during the transport.
As already mentioned above, the racing bikes are often equipped with narrow high-pressure tires. The surface of the latter contains a minimum quantity of protectors. Wheels that are tailored to these features would provide a low-level friction from the road surface, which contributes to the development of a high speed.
Most of such bikes have no pedals as standard. This is due to the need of suiting the characteristics of riders’ shoes. Competent approach to the choice of the pedals is largely reflected in the comfort of driving and achieving the desired results.
If you are in need of a racing bike, I would recommend the 700C racing bike. This bike comes with the ultra-light aluminium alloy frame, which is anti-static coated. Thus, it looks nice and is durable for use. And the three aluminium alloy spokes provide high strength and speed improvement. What’s more, the racing 46T crankset with exquisite workmanship keeps fast riding.
- Material: Aluminium alloy
- Load capacity: 150kg
- Pedal category: Ball bearing pedal
- Braking system: Double V disc brake
- Size: 700x52cm
- Package Weight: About 14kg