SAVA phantom3.0 carbon road bike is currently the lightest bike among carbon road bikes, and it is also the most distinctive bike. The bright colors and large rim design make this bike stand out. phantom, represents speed and fashion that provides cyclists a very pleasant riding experience
- T800 carbon fiber frame, carbon fiber fork,carbon fiber seat post ,carbon fiber handlebar,carbon fiber wheelset
- SHIMANO Ultegra GroupSet 22 Speed
- KMC Chain
- Designed in the Wind Tunnel
- 50mm 78 mm Rims
- 700C*25 C continental tires
- Fizik saddle
Bike Type: Road Bike - Race, 22 speeds
Wheel Size: 700C
Frame Size: 44cm/47cm/50cm/52cm/54cm/56cm
Color: Black Red, Black Grey,Black Orange
44cm for 150-157cm,
47cm for 158-165cm,
50cm for 166-170cm,
52cm for 171-175cm,
54cm for 176-182cm,
56cm for 183-188cm.
Recommended Height:for reference only, for specific size requirements, please check the frame size drawing for measurement before placing an order.
If you want choose the precise size, Please refer to the size of the frame In the product picture.
Weight: 7.9kg (17.4lb) (50mm wheels), 8.3kg / 18.86lb(78mm wheels) (Not include pedals)
Frame material: T800 Carbon
Fork: Carbon, rigid fork
Shift lever: Shimano Ultegra ST-8000
Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra FD-8000F
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra RD-8000-SS
Brakes: Shimano Ultegra BR-8000, V brake
Crankset: Shimano Ultegra FC-8000, 50/34T*170MM
Freewheel: Shimano Ultegra CS-8000 , 11-speed 11-28T
Chain: KMC X11 11-speed
Handlebar: Carbon, 420 mm x 31.8 mm
Stem: Aluminum, 31.8 mm x 100mm
Saddle: Fizik Nisene
Seat post: Carbon, drop-shaped
Wheels: Carbon, rim size 50MM
Tires: Continental Ultra Sport II (C304 SL) Wire 700x25C
Free Pedal: Aluminum alloy (Included)
Standard brake settting is : Left hand control front brake , Right hand control rear brake, if you want to change, please let us know.
How to install this bike: https://youtu.be/CPIn6pWAmn8
SAVA phantom3.0 carbon road bike review:
Do carbon bike frames break easily?
Carbon bike frames can last for a very long time if they are built well using the proper manufacturing processes, are undamaged and are stored safely, in a cool place and out of direct sunlight.
How long will a carbon fiber bike last?
Bicycle manufacturers recommend that a carbon frame should be replaced after six years. Due to the natural degradation of the resin, the frame will gradually lose stiffness and be more susceptible to cracking and/or breaking over time.
What is the lifespan of a carbon frame?
Any carbon fibre frame or components can break relatively easily in the event of a crash if they are hit very hard on a particular angle, or on a particular part of the frame. Breakage tends to occur more frequently when the carbon fibre and resin setup is not correctly made.
When will a carbon fiber bike need to be replaced?
For cyclists who don’t ride thousands of kilometers a year in the hot sun, a good quality carbon frame may still remain very stiff and last even even longer than the recommended six years of use.
Does the sun damage carbon fibre?
The actual carbon fibres are not susceptible to UV damage, however the resin used to bond the carbon fibres together can be damaged by UV light. This means that carbon fibre components and frames can degrade over time, becoming less stiff and more susceptible to cracking or even clean breaking. If carbon fibre isn’t treated with a UV inhibitor/coating, then the resin can begin to yellow and fade if left in the sun.