Design takes on a primary role in the bicycle. It is both an object to pedal and admire. Wires and cables do not fit into our modern idea of aesthetics. Thus, Idioma is the successor of Viator. We’ve made sure it doesn’t lose the technical characteristics that made its predecessor so loved by cyclists. It is crafted with extra gears.
Stiff, reactive, aerodynamic, and precise. This is how we describe Viator, and so it is how we describe Idioma too. At the base of our models, we always keep the cornerstones of driveability, resistance, and comfort. The compact rear triangle and the carbon fibre are designed to cause a high absorption of the stress geometry. The seat tube is gently inclined, giving comfort; at the same time, it is also reinforced by the pentagonal shape of the tubing. The top tube is almost horizontal and completely detaches from the super compact rear stay. The bike aesthetic is both perfectly modern and classic. Choose Idioma if you want an ultra-modern bike that’s beautiful to look at and high performing. But, most of all, choose Idioma if you care about modernity but want to keep a dose of comfort for your rides. It is nice to ride a professional bike, but we don’t have to put ourselves through everything professionals go through.
Idioma is only available for thru axle disc brakes. Carbon with structure in two glued and layered parts.
Compact rear stay and joined by layering to the front triangle.
Dedicated carbon seat post included. Straight fork integrated into the frame head tube.
Raw weight: 990 grams.
Fork weight 360 grams. Head tube 1″ 1/2 – 1″ 1/2. Press-Fit bottom bracket. External lamination in UD carbon.