KTM Revelator Sky Di2 Disc Carbon Road Bike 2017
KTM Revelator Sky Di2 Disc Bike
Carbon 3D Dropouts Carbon Fork Press-fit BB Tapered Headtube Internal Cable Routing Disc Brakes Front and Rear Bolt though axles Wheel size: 700c Groupset: 22sp-F Shimano Ultegra DI2 Frameset Frame: Sky ADK- Performance Carbon Roadrace, Monocoque- disc, R: 5954 Di2 Fork: Carbon- Fork F8 Disc Wheels Wheels: DT Swiss R 23 Spline disc-brake Tyres: Schwalbe Pro ONE V-guard folding - 700x25 Drivetrain Gear/Brake Levers: Shimano Ultegra RS-R785 Di2 Disc Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 Chainset: Shimano Ultegra Di2 6870 34/50T 11 speed Cassette: Shimano Ultegra CS6800 11 Speed 11-28 Chain: Shimano 11 Speed Pedals: Not included Components Saddle: Selle Italia SLR Seatpost: KTM Team Handlebars: KTM Team Grips: KTM Black Handlebar Tape Stem: KTM Team Brake calipers: Shimano Ultegra Hydraulic R785 Flat Mount
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About Merlin Cycles
This cycling deal was found at Merlin Cycles, one of the UK's most famous bike shops, located up North!
Merlin Cycles started life in 1993, founded by John Moss as a mail order Mountain Bike business ran directly from his spare bedroom in Chorley. Due to early growth, shortly afterwards he opened his first outlet in Ormskirk, and a few years later in 1998, the company grew into larger premises, moving to Leyland.
In the 1990's and early 2000's, Merlin were known for their ranges of mountain bike hardtails, released under the Rock Lobster and Merlin "Malt" brands. These steel and aluminium hardtails were designed in house, available as framesets or complete bikes, representing excellent value for money. The company was also well known for their handbuilt MTB wheels, which in my experience lasted for years without needing truing!
Merlin have always been competitive on pricing, particularly on suspension forks, brakes, wheels and groupsets, which continues to this day. Nowadays they have introduced road cycling equipment and clothing into their product ranges, due to the increase in popularity in this field, thus catering for a broader range of cyclists.