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Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro Frameset
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Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro FramesetArgon 18 Nitrogen Pro Frameset

This item was discontinued 6th December 2019.

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Code: 849121
Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro Frameset
With cutting-edge aerodynamics and the benefits of Optimal Balance, the Nitrogen frameset has it all; providing light weight, rigidity and comfort. The Nitrogen will suit road and speed aficionados as well as those triathletes seeking the perfect balance between performance and versatility. 
 
Specification
  • Frame:Carbon Nanotech Tubing HM8003 (830g Medium)
  • Fork: Nitrogen Pro Carbon With hidden aero brake mount
  • Seatpost: AHD5000 Aero Carbon
  • Bottom bracket: BB86
  • Headset: FSA No 39 + Aero 3D+
  • Adjustable front derailleur hanger Compatible with compact and oval chainrings
  • Carbon dropout with replaceable forged rear derailleur hanger
  • Exclusive sheltered aero rear brakes
  • Brakes: TRP/Argon18 TKB 137 - TKB 138
  • Internal cables
 
Includes
  • Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro frame
  • Argon 18 Nitrogen Pro Carbon forks
  • Argon 18 AHD5000 Aero Carbon Seatpost
  • FSA headset
  • TRP/Argon brake calipers
  • Brake Inner / Outer Cables
 
Geometry Information
George Fast delivery, excellent frame set
Mr Silverstein Haven't done the build yet, but the frame is quality, refined finish, and very light as advertised, but the proprietary brake hardware and headset is heavier then it should be for a high end frame of this calibre. The brake hardware is almost twice as heavy as the sram red brakes that came with the group set I ordered. Also the carbon seat post is super light but the hardware is heavy. Seems antithetical to the design.concept. From the advertised weight of the frameset with sram red and 1300 gram wheelset, I was hoping for a sub fourteen lb bike, but I'm not so confident I can accomplish it now that I have the frameset.