The latest Standert Kreissäge build further showcases the frameset’s capacity to perfectly blend traditional and contemporary design features.
Whilst elevated seat stays and a relatively horizontal top tube will certainly appeal to those of a more erstwhile era, this instance of semi integrated cable routing ensures competitive performance on a modern footing. The beefy 44mm head tube is said to allow more reliable steering and braking under load. However, when paired with a SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset, this luxuriant geometry also has the fringe benefit of making hydraulic brake line assembly a breezy exercise.
A pinch of compliance is added to both ends through the inclusion of a Zipp SL Speed seatpost as well as two piece bar and stem.
DT Swiss ARC 1100 62’s provide a classy foundation to this custom setup, sure to be more than handy slicing through the wind. When it came to rubber, evergreen Continental GP 5000’s configured tubeless were a straightforward choice.
In keeping with the theme of stylish flourishes, a Fizik Versus Evo saddle featuring the uber desirable 3D printed aesthetic crowns this aluminium powerhouse.
STEM :: ZIPP SL Speed
HANDLEBAR :: Zipp SL70 Ergo
SEATPOST :: Zipp SL Speed
SADDLE :: Fizik Antares Adaptive R1
GROUPSET :: SRAM RED AXS
CRANKSET :: SRAM RED Cranks + Force PM (50/37)
WHEELSET :: DT Swiss ARC 1100
TYRES :: Continental GP5000S-TR