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De Rosa Idol Disc R8070 (Ultegra - 2019) Road Bike Road Bikes

De Rosa

Idol Disc R8070 Road Bike

£4,299.99 £3,229.00
Found at Wiggle Online Cycle Shop

Constructed from an advanced carbon fibre blend, which ensures flex-free agility and optimal strength while being very lightweight. The De Rosa Idol is a true all-rounder, perfectly suited to long endurance rides for hundreds of miles and being very comfortable the entire time. Likewise, it is an excellent race day bike, enabling the rider to easily and comfortably get into the attack position and efficiently put the power down. This bike has been equipped with the ultra-precise Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain and hydraulic disc brakes to ensure top-level performance in all conditions. Shimano Di2 Electronic Gear Shifting The Di2 Electronic drivetrain system greatly enhances rider performance, shifting is precise and controlled effortlessly via the push of a button. As there are no mechanical cables controlling the shifting, corrosion and cable stretch are a thing of the past, meaning durability is no longer a concern, which dramatically reduces the need to service your bike. The Di2 system is the future of road cycling, ensuring reliability, performance and provides superb shifting accuracy. Excellent Rolling Efficiency De Rosa has selected top quality components from Deda and Prologo for the finishing kit to ensure comfort and to enhance your sitting position. Complete with Fulcrum Racing 400 wheels and Continental Grand Sport tyres, which provide excellent rolling efficiency, instant power transfer from rider to the road with exceptional grip and traction. This bike is perfect for pushing your limits, increasing your performance when training, racing and achieving personal goals.

Product code: 25201671862090

Established in Milan in 1953 by Ugo De Rosa, De Rosa is an Italian bicycle company renowned for their road and racing bikes. De Rosa has a rich cycling heritage and the 1970s the brand designed bikes for Mr Eddy Merckx, one of the greatest cycling stars of that era.