Storck Scentron G2 review

Storck Scentron G2, bike, review,
Cycling Weekly Verdict

Despite my reservations with the finishing kit, there are many other options available. A new distributor in the UK is pushing to get the brand into more bike shops, a prerequisite of which being that they offer a proper bike fit service to get the perfect set-up. This sums up Storck's perfectionist approach, ensuring from the beginning of the process to the end you get the best option.

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German brand Storck may be a little-known brand in the UK, but back home it has a solid reputation for design, ride characteristics and quality.

The Scentron is Storck's top-end sportive bike.

It's available as an off-the-peg, completely customisable specced bike, or ?just as a frame and fork. Our supplied test bike came with the superb Shimano ?Ultegra Di2 groupset and gave faultless shifting every time. ?For 2013 the frameset has ?been designed to accommodate dual cable routing, allowing the fitting of either mechanical or electronic groupsets.

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