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Factor Bike 02 Ultegra Di2 Complete Road Bike - 2016

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    Chameleon.

    Factor Bikes calls the O2 Ultegra Di2 Complete Road a "beautiful chameleon" because of its ability to do anything you could ask of a road bike. And when we write "anything," we mean rides ranging from multi-pass days in the high mountains to the cobblestone abuse of the Flemish classics. The frame is built-up with an equally versatile spec sheet, the standouts of which are Shimano's Ultegra Di2 shifting and Mavic's mid-depth Cosmic Pro Carbon SL wheelset. You'd be hard-pressed to find a better combination of race-worthy components without toppling over into the $10,000 range, and we think it's virtually impossible to find a frame that rides like the O2 at any price point.

    The O2 doesn't have the OTIS head tube/fork construction or Twin Vane down tube of Factor's flagship model, but it does feature the same uncompromising carbon lay-up and a climb-happy 740g of claimed frameset weight. The low weight and deceptively responsive drive spine seem mutually exclusive, but Factor manages to bridge the divide while maintaining an admirable amount of long-mile comfort. It's not as smooth as an endurance-minded steel frame, but the O2 doesn't have the ass-on-asphalt punishment so common in the sub-800g, high-mod category.

    The O2's characteristics are the product of a collaboration between some big names in the cycling industry and a big name in automotive aerodynamics. The project was started by bf1systems, a motorsport firm that dabbled in cycling with the revolutionary (and non-race-legal) Factor 001 and Vis Vires framesets. A group of two-wheeled visionaries recognized the potential of bf1systems' designs, snapped the Factor name and technology up, and have since translated it into race-legal framesets with the ultimate aim of sponsoring a World Tour team.

    Though not as advanced as the One and One-S models, the O2's aerodynamic benefits are still readily apparent to the naked eye. The vertically oriented tubes' bullet-nose face and truncated tailing edge will be no surprise to anyone staying abreast of industry advances because the shape babysits airflow from the point the frame encounters it till long after it's detached and dissipated into wake. The abbreviated rear face is especially important for two reasons. First, it reduces the negative vacuum of trailing drag that traditional NACA tube shapes produce. Second, it doesn't turn into a destabilizing parachute when crosswinds and road conditions shift the yaw angle outside of a NACA profile's near-zero comfort zone.

    The frame's aerodynamic features extend to such subtleties as a hidden seatpost clamp, tucked-away seatstays, internal cable routing, a Di2 junction box, and the inclusion of an integrated stem/bar unit designed to work as part of a drag-reduction system with frame and rider. Frankly, we expect this roster of wind-cheating features from high-end aerodynamic road frames; given Factor's penchant for going above and beyond what's expected, it's no surprise that they're all represented here.

    The fact that the aerodynamics don't come at the cost of comfort is a surprise, though. We've got to stress again that the O2 isn't as buttery smooth as a classic, lugged steel frame or a heavy, carbon cobbles machine, but it does transmit a lot less harshness than the non-traditional tube shapes and seatpost would suggest. Maybe this is because of the low chainstay juncture and shape, or maybe it has something to do with the EM2 RGicarbon lay-up. Given one that one of Factor's co-owners has a 15+ year pedigree producing carbon frames for an impressive list of boutique brands, we suspect the latter might play a significant role. The O2's EM2 RGicarbon construction involves three different carbon moduli that balance the vibration damping and durable compliance of lower and middle moduli with the unyielding stiffness of Pitch Fibre, a material that is as unabashedly stiff and light as its name is unabashedly British.

    Factor isn't shy about claiming that Pitch Fibre is the lightest, stiffest material that can be shaped into a bike frame, so you might assume three things here: 1) Pitch Fibre is extremely difficult to work with, 2) it's very expensive, and 3) Factor jealously guards the exact details of its lay-up schedule. You'd be correct on all fronts. The one insight Factor gives into its process is the use of a program called Fibersim, which Factor uses to "ensure that we put the waste into the garbage can and not into the frame." Fibersim helps the brand keep material to a minimum, resulting in fabric cuts and construction so discerningly meticulous that the process rates at the tippy-top end of luxury, a theme that's also reflected in finishing details like a Ceramic Speed bottom bracket.

    • A versatile road racing bike from the industry's newest giant
    • Lightweight stiffness for climbing and sprinting
    • Aerodynamic design with European motorsport pedigree
    • One-piece carbon bar and stem keep the cockpit aerodynamic
    • Black Inc. carbon seatpost and integrated clamp mechanism
    • Internal, sheathed routing makes for easy cable install
    • Pre-upgraded with electronic shifting and carbon race wheels
    • Generous clearance accommodates up to 28mm tires
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    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    EM2 RGi Carbon Fiber
    Fork
    Single Bayonet
    Fork Material
    EM2 RGi Carbon Fiber
    Headset
    1-1/8 - 1-3/8 in
    Shifters
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870
    Front Derailleur
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870
    Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870
    Crankset
    50 / 34 t Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Bottom Bracket
    Ceramic Speed BB386EVO
    Crank Arm Length
    [sizes 49, 51] 170 mm, [sizes 54, 56] 172.5 mm, [sizes 58, 61] 175 mm
    Cassette
    11 - 28 t Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Chain
    Shimano CN-HG701
    Brakeset
    Shimano Ultegra 6800
    Brake Type
    direct-mount
    Handlebar
    Factor Bikes
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    Stem
    Factor Bikes
    Saddle
    Fi'zi:k Aliante R7
    Seatpost
    Black Inc.
    Seat Collar
    integrated
    Wheelset
    Mavic Cosmic Pro Carbon SL
    Hubs
    Mavic Instant Drive 360
    Skewers
    Mavic BR601 quick-release
    Tires
    [front] Mavic Yksion Pro Griplink, [rear] Mavic Yksion Pro Powerlink
    Tire Size
    700 c x 25 mm
    Pedals
    not included
    Recommended Use
    road cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime on frame

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