Cervelo TestTeam Adds Rotor Bike Components as New Team Sponsor
Rotor Bike Components will supply both male and female Cervelo TestTeam riders with Q-Rings (oval chainrings), Agilis Evo cranks and Sabb bottom brackets.
Rotor Bike Components has become a new sponsor of Cervelo TestTeam. Rotor Bike Components will supply both male and female Cervelo TestTeam riders with Q-Rings (oval chainrings), Agilis Evo cranks and Sabb bottom brackets.
"We are very pleased to be part of this new project," said Ignacio Estello, CEO of Rotor Bike Components. He hdded that "In signing our 2-year agreement Rotor commits to apply its engineering to developingexciting new products, technologies and manufacturing methods, to provide Cervelo TestTeam with the most advanced cycling components."
Product details (supplied by Rotor Bike Components):
Q-Rings are poised to become the next must-have product in cycling. According to Rotor, Q-Rings increase your power by maximizing use of the efficient zones of the pedalling stroke and by reducing the intensity of the dead spot zones. By taking maximum advantage of the strengths of the legs and compensating for their weaknesses they offer easier climbing, faster acceleration and a smoother pedalling, with reduced joint and tendon load because of better muscle strain distribution. Their revolutionary shape and well-defined orientation adjustment options ensure serious race day advantages, further underlined by the multiple UCI world championship titles won on Rotor Q-Rings.
Agilis Evocranks is an integrated crank set that includes the normal innovations you have come to expect from Rotor. Agilis Evotechnology incorporates hollow alloy cranks (Hollowminium II) and a micro-adjustable hollow aluminium axle (using DTT Evo double thread technology) to prove that rigidity, fatigue resistance and efficiency arent just a question of how fat a cranks arms are. Special CNC manufacturing techniques optimize the orientation of the cranks' aluminium grain structure allowing them to be hollow, light and stiff.
SABB (Self aligning bottom bracket) The Sabbs bearings are held within ball-in-socket housings, allowing them to swivel into absolutely parallel alignment with each other, irrespective of any outside influences. This automatic self-alignment of the bearings guarantees reduced rolling resistance and longer bearing life than standard external bearing systems.