Velocite is set to expand its range of bicycles and components in the near future, with a time trial bike, new wheelsets and a range of mountain bikes joining the existing line-up of bikes and components.
The current Velocite range of road bikes includes three carbon models and an aluminium model. Velocite also offers a variety of carbon-fibre wheelsets and finishing kit.
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The base road model is the alloy Selene, which starts as a fully built bike at £1,560 adorned with SRAM Apex components. The top model is the Shimano Ultegra or SRAM Force equipped version for £2,390. The Selene frameset can be purchasesd on its own for £550.
If you prefer carbon-fibre, then Velocite’s carbon range kicks off with the Geos 3.0 model equipped with SRAM Apex for £2,190. Various build options on the carbon-fibre Geos, Magnus and Helios framsets are available up to £4,990 for the top-end Dura-Ace or SRAM Red Helios.
On the wheelset front, Velocite offers both alloy and carbon-rimmed wheels, starting with the Tenax. According to Velocite, these are hand-built and feature sealed cartridge bearings, steel cassette hub body and sealed hubs. Weight for the pair is 1698g.
Moving up the price range, the Noir tubular wheelsets feature carbon-fibre rims in22mm, 38mm, 50mm and 90mm profiles. Prices range from £1,160 to £1,480 for the 90mm version.
Forks, handlbars, saddles and seatposts are also available in the range, as are several mountain bike models.
Velocite Noir wheel