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  1. Straight Pull Technology

    The term Straightpull refers to spokes with no bend at the head. This design allows for an ideal strength to weight ratio when compared to conventional spokes. Due to their more precise alignment and direct trajectory, straight-pull spoke technology creates a stiffer, more responsive wheel.

    We are using DT Swiss 350s and 240s straight pull hubs as optional hubs for road,mtb,cyclocross,triathlon carbon wheels

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  2. Yoeleo SAT Technology

    YOELEO SAT (Special Assembly Technology)
    1.What is YOELEO SAT technology?
    YOELEO SAT technology means to build wheels using rims without spoke holes on tire bed, thus, wheels are built without damaging original carbon weave.

    2.What are the advantages of SAT technology wheels?
    a. Increase 30% strength to wheels;
    b. SAT wheels perform better on bumps and pot holes;
    c. Inflation capacity increases 10%;
    d. Saving wheels weight due to no rim tapes required

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  3. Difference of Carbon Fiber Weave 3K,12K,UD

    Carbon fiber is measured by the width of the weave. For instance, a 1K weave will be approximatley 1mm in width while a 12K weave will be much larger at approximatley 12mm and so forth.

    The outer layer of any carbon frame serves several purposes. The first purpose is to provide a cosmetic layer of carbon giving the frame it's final look. Secondly, it provides a final touch to the ride of the bicycle. Some weaves are more rigid than others and some weaves flex more providing more supple ride characteristics. Some people will say that the weave you choose does not make a difference in overall ride quality. If that is the case then our Fascenario 0.7 and 0.8 should produce the exact same stiffness numbers, as they are made the same with the only difference being the outer layer of carbon. The fact is that the 12K carbon used in the Fascenario 0.8 makes the bike stiffer and can be seen in stiffness-to-weight measurements.

    So, what are the characteristics of each weave that Storck uses in relation to our bicycles?

    1K - 1K is a very rare fiber used in the cycling industry. It is lighter than other fibers and provides a more supple ride than a larger weave. These smaller carbon fibers also display the incredible amount of craftsmanship needed to complete one of our bikes. The Fascenario 0.7 is the only model in the Storck line that features this coveted carbon.

    2K - 2K is the rarest carbon fiber available on the market. It is produced by no more than 2 carbon manufacturers in the world. The Fascenario 0.7IS is the only bicycle in the world featuring this carbon. 2K carbon provides the optimum ride characteristics to pair with our VVC frames. This gives the bike perfect stiffness, low weight, and great vertical compliance (comfort).

    3K - 3K is the most common carbon fiber that you will find externally on a bicycle. It provides a comfortable ride while still allowing the bike to be stiff and strong enough to handle a powerful rider in the midst of his/her best sprint.

    12K - 12K is the largest weave and the stiffest. This outer layer featured on the Fascenario 0.8 makes for the stiffest "feeling" ride of all three. It is slightly heavier and much less expensive to use in production, hence the price difference in the Fascenario 0.7 and the Fascenario 0.8.

    Uni-Directional - Uni-Directional (UD) carbon is another type of carbon fiber that can be used to create a carbon bicycle. UD carbon has fibers that run the same way rather than being woven together. This carbon is used on the Fenomalist and Aero UD in the Storck line-up.

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    3K Glossy:

    3K is the most common carbon fiber that you will find externally on a bicycle. It provides a comfortable ride while still allowing the bike to be stiff and strong enough to handle a powerful rider in the midst of his/her best sprint.

    3K Glossy carbon

    3K Matt:

    3K is the most common carbon fiber that you will find externally on a bicycle. It provides a comfortable ride while still allowing the bike to be stiff and strong enough to handle a powerful rider in the midst of his/her best sprint.

     

    3K Matt carbon

    12K Glossy:

    12K is the largest weave and the stiffest. This outer layer featured on the Fascenario 0.8 makes for the stiffest "feeling" ride of all three. It is slightly heavier and much less expensive to use in production, hence the price difference in the Fascenario 0.7 and the Fascenario 0.8

    12K Glossy carbon

    UD Matt:

    Uni-Directional (UD) carbon is another type of carbon fiber that can be used to create a carbon bicycle. UD carbon has fibers that run the same way rather than being woven together. This carbon is used on the Fenomalist and Aero UD in the Storck line-up.

    ud matt carbon

    carbon frame with different carbon weave

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    3K Glossy carbon frame

    3K Glossy carbon frame

    3K Matt carbon frame

     

    3K Matt carbon frame

    12K Glossy carbon frame

    12K Glossy carbon frame

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