Generated by the ceaseless development that the De Rosa family devotes in its pursuit for the best. The best in materials, the best in geometry and in choice of sizes, the best in form, in design, in graphic appeal. De Rosa have chosen to employ the stiffest carbon fibres available to them, in greater force than ever before. This is the basis for the King RS, providing a frame that is stiffer and lighter that any of its previous iterations; by 30% and 10% respectively. The King RS is built with an oversized and tapered 1 1/2" and 1 1/8" headtube and BB30 bottom bracket; allowing for an incredibly stiff drivetrain. Refined lines, purity of form. Elegance has always been their primary objective both in the design and the graphics. Cleanliness, elegance, technical content, perfect geometry -these are the ingredients that represent the spirit of King RS. Features: Weight: 950 grams Headtube: 1.5' head tube in the lower part Bottom Bracket: set up for BB 30 Forks: Rear piggy with integrated carbon forks Additional Features: Retractable cabling with front entrance and external run
|2013 King RS Frame Specification|
|Frame Type||Caliper Brakes|
|Retailer||Chain Reaction Cycles|
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