The evolution of the Belgie continues. We've taken feedback from riders such as Kristof Allegaert, paired it with our learnings from the Belgie Air and combined it all into the Belgie V3.
New Rear End
We've straightened out those seat stays and removed the old "brake bridge" for a new sleeker (reduced weight) and sexier behind. Tyre clearance now increases to 32C.
The new tapered head tube is taken straight from the Belgie Air and now utilises an integrated headset for some gram shedding and some sleek aero gains.
The fork has also lost some weight and gained some extra stiffness.
Mech. vs Elec.
Thanks to some clever engineering, the frame is now both electronic and mechanical groupset compatible. So you can forever switch between eTap, Di2 or Mechanical shifting options.
The Belgie is lighter and yet more versatile with increased tyre clearance. This race bike is just as comfortable racing a crit as it is exploring the back roads of the alpine region.
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