Boardman Bikes is developing a new 'superlight' carbon-fibre frameset aimed at the cyclo-sportive market.
According to the company, the B56 frameset will form the backbone for a new range of sportive bikes currently undergoing testing and development.
"This is an exciting development from our R&D department," said Chris Boardman, R&D Director & Co-founder of Boardman Bikes. "Two years in development and testing, the fine tuned result is designed to cater for the rider who spends a lot of time in the saddle - either training, racing or purely for the love of cycling."
Boardman Bikes published a video clip on Friday via YouTube showing test riders putting the new models through their paces in Kitzbühel, Austria.
The new models join a well-established range of Boardman models that comprise road, mountain bike, cyclo-cross, time trial, track and hybrid models priced from £529 to £7499.
Pricing and availability of the new models to be confirmed.
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