Bianchi Infinito CV Ultegra
Using Countervail technology, the all-new Infinito CV incorporates viscoelastic, vibration-cancelling properties within the carbon-fibre layup of the frame and fork to smooth out the road. While the geometry of the Infinito CV is designed to place riders slightly more upright than traditional race machines, the bike is still more than capable of handling fast-paced group rides. An 11-speed Shimano Ultegra drivetrain, Reparto Corse alloy cockpit and carbon stem and Fulcrum Racing 5 LG wheels complete the build, which has an SRP of $5,499.
Norco Valence SL Disc Ultegra
The Norco Valence SL Disc brings a versatile platform to the world of Endurance bikes, with a sub-1,000g high-modulus carbon frame that's capable of handling both long adventures or ripping around the local race circuit. The Endurance geometry of the Valence SL Disc brings stability and increased control to riders, while the 11-speed Shimano Ultegra group, Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and DT Swiss R24 Spline TR disc wheels provide ample performance. The Valence SL Disc Ultegra has an SRP of $4,199.
The Kryon is a full-carbon monocoque bike that combines Kuota's racing geometry with Endurance features such as 25mm tire clearance. The frame is Di2 ready, and has features such as a hidden seatpost clamp and internal cable routing. The Kryon is built with an 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain, a Ritchey Comp cockpit and American Classic Victory 30 wheels. The SRP is $3,159.
Merkcx Sallanches 64
The Sallanches 64 is named after Eddy Merckx's 1964 amateur World Championship win in Sallanches, France, which sparked his incredible career. The bike combines performance and comfort, using full-carbon monocoque for the frame and fork. A trusty Shimano Tiagra 4700 group will remain reliable through all sorts of adventures. With Shimano R501 wheels, the SRP is $4,330.