Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum Road Frameset - 2018

Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum Road Frameset - 2018
Storck Fascenario.3 Platinum Road Frameset - 2018
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Fascenario.3 Platinum Road Frameset - 2018 by Storck
Storck's 2017 Fascenario. 3 Platinum Road Frameset comes with some big claims, with the company investing years of development and touting it as the best road frame in the world. As evidenced by countless stiffness-to-weight ratio awards, Storck has a legendary ability to produce some of the lightest and stiffest framesets available. That leaves us with no doubt that the Fascenario. 3 can go toe to toe with the top models on the market. The specific carbon layup found in the Fascenario. 3 is a closely guarded proprietary secret, but Storck assures us that the Platinum level carbon is a top-tier blend of ultra-high-modulus and high-modulus carbon fiber for a feathery claimed weight of only 1,100g for an entire frameset. To put it in perspective, the Fascenario. 3 (including fork) weighs just a little more than most pure climber's frames only--no fork included. In our experience, frames that light tend to suffer by flexing when the pedals are turned in anger. Not the Fascenario. 3. True to Storck form, it's as light as a feather but as stable as granite when you're hammering. Light frames can also easily cross over from fast to chattering like a tin can, and Storck addresses that potential for discomfort with its Nano Carbon Technology Resin. This process deals in nanoparticles within the resin structure and claims to improve overall strength and provide strategic flex for increases in comfort and durability without impacting weight or efficiency. The tubing features Storck's Advanced Sectional Aerodynamic Shaping (ASAS), which results in a down tube profile is narrower and more droplet-like at the middle compared to the top and bottom sections. This reduces frontal surface area, which reduces drag, all without impacting frame stiffness or handling. Each tube also incorporates a trailing edge designed specifically to minimize wind turbulence for smoother airflow. Out front, the Fascenario. 3's fork benefits from Optimized Aero Fork Design and takes on a unique, ...

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