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Storck Aernario Platinum Road Bike Frameset - 2018

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    For the top step of the podium.

    Storck uses its CFR/UD Optimized carbon fiber for the Aernario. The UD stands for unidirectional. The Aernario is formed by placing strands of carbon fabric oriented on one axis into each mold. Engineers place the strands in a monocoque shell, meaning that, with the exception of the fork, it is a one-piece molded frame. The advantages of this design are lighter weight due to minimal junctures and optimal vibration dampening. The frame sits among the lightest in the industry, and a full 100 grams lighter than the standard Aernario.

    The Aernario Platinum is complemented by the award-winning Stiletto fork. Weighing a mere 280 grams, this latest version of the fork is 60 grams lighter than the original Stiletto. It features a tapered design with a carbon reinforced head tube and a 1-1/8 - 1-1/4inc integrated headset.

    Working with the aerodynamics to maximize speed is an oversized PressFit BB86 bottom bracket. It works to efficiently transfer power to the drivetrain. Internal electronic cable routing completes the package so that the Aernario Platinum can stake claim on the top step of the podium.

    • Unidirectional carbon fiber
    • Molded monocoque frame designed with 3D CAD imaging
    • Oversized PressFit BB86 bottom bracket
    • Stiletto 280gram fork
    • Compatible with SRAM, Shimano, and Campagnolo electric or mechanical components
    • Item #STK0009

    Tech Specs

    Frame Material
    Storck UD CFR Optimized
    Storck Stiletto 280
    Fork Material
    Storck UD CFR
    Bottom Bracket Type
    Front Derailleur Mount
    Compatible Components
    Campagnolo, Shimano, SRAM, mechanical, electric
    Seatpost Diameter
    Claimed Weight
    Recommended Use
    road race
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

    Tech Specs

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    No better bike!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    There is not a better bike
    Over a 3 month period I set out to ride every bike I could to help make a decision on which bike to build over the winter. Some of what I rode included the Pinarello dogma F8, Specialized Tarmac, Colnago C60, Scott addict sl, Merlin Empire, Boardman SLR, wilier Cento1, and a few more but you get the idea. I wanted the best, at my age after doing this a while I will admit becoming a bike snob. I can honestly say that without a doubt the Storck Aernario Platinum was the clear winner, on a side note the Merlin empire was the runner up. I had to wait a while over the winter to get my size but when I did and finally got it built I was absolutely thrilled from the first few km’s of my ride. It climbs with a no holds barred feeling, as if every bit I put into it I am getting out of it, and I definitely need everything out of a bike I can get. Within getting it set up 2 of my first rides were actually races which was a worry since I had only had a week of riding the bike. Both races mid 70 mile range. I was worried about such a stiff responsive frame beating me up after 50-60 as some stiffer frames do but absolutely no problem at all (that that was with an aluminum stem). Standing to sprint feel as secure as I ever have, descending I was completely confident and solid at any speed, cornering I was able to push to the absolute limits. The frame is fairly aggressive in nature so keep that in mind, it’s race bred. Overall the bike is incredibly light and extremely reactive to every watt you pedal into it. Marcus Storck is a fantastic frame builder, no regrets at all on this bike, I don’t know where to go from here next year! Likely the same bike. I found the size chart on Storck’s site to not be the best so don’t hesitate to ask me about sizing, at 5’7” I took the 47. I can also recommend builds and help with anything on this bike. 801-736-6396 ext. 4417

    No better bike!

    Couldn't agree more being an Aernario 20th Anniversary edition fitted with DI and LW wheels myself. I came from another dream ride - the Cervelo RCa (stil have it actually), and thought it would be impossible to find a better climbing bike. I was wrong on all counts, and not only the Aernario climbs just like the RCA, but it beats it hands down on the flats, rolls and descents. Incredible bike, and I also keep wondering where will I go from here... Also 5'7

    Das ist WUNDERBAR

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have owned my Storck AP for almost six months now and every time I ride her I am reminded of the brilliant engineering that has gone into this beauty. Markus Storck has found a way to manufacture a bike that is the stiffest, fastest, sharpest handling, and most comfortable exotic race bike I have ever experienced. This bike should be at the top of everyone's list!

    Das ist WUNDERBAR
    Unanswered Question

    Will this frame accommodate 25mm tires? I have a G2 and just to tight for 25mm on both the front and back, regardless of pressure or wheel. Thanks.