By analyzing function and mechanical constraints of each part of the frame, our engineers have carefully selected different types of carbon fibre, varying stiffness and strength, to assemble our frame. These fibres are precisely positioned to increase stiffness, comfort and durability. For the Gennix T, our UHM ultra high modulus carbon fibre blend is used to stiffen and prevent torsional flex on airfoil shape tubing while keeping the weight in check.
By minimizing turbulence created in front of the tubes’ leading edge, we improve our frame’s aerodynamic signature thus creating one of the fastest bikes on the market, whatever the wind conditions.
Our advanced multi-monocoque technology increases molding precision by separating the frame into several substructures to allow more complex shapes. Internal polyurethane molds are used to ensure maximum compaction between layers, thus eliminating the possibility of voids. This enables our engineers to remove any excess materials and create a stronger structure with less weight.
With mechanical and Di2 electronic compatibility, brake and shifter cables are wired internally in the frame and fork, minimizing aerodynamic drag that could disturb the laminar flow around the bike’s frontal area.
By moving bearings inside a wider 86.5mm shell, we have created a massive junction that increases lateral stiffness while minimizing weight. Bottom bracket shell and chain stays are molded into a single carbon unit to strengthen critical areas, all in the goal of providing unprecedented power transfer.