Details

Just like the PAVO GF SL the new PAVO GRANFONDO DISC has stiff, flexible chain stays twisted towards the rear for maximum propulsion. The Raptor dropout of the forks, the flattened seat tube and the VIBREX® seat stays guarantee pure marathon power. The best highlight of this all-round talent is not just the speed and comfort but also the braking power: the disc brakes ensure high constant braking power which can be finely applied in any weather conditions. “Overheating brakes” and rim wear and tear are no longer a problem. The previous model was already elected as the test winner in the famous Tour magazine.

CIREX 120 Bikesport 2/2017

Simplon's Cirex will be a resounding success.  A very fast bike, which cuts a fine figure both on a mountain bike marathon as well as on cross-country.

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CIREX 120 Bikeboard.at 2/2017

29” tyres, 120mm travel, dropper seat post, Sram 1x12 Eagle and only 11kg. The ingredients for an optimum XC bike.

 

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CIREX 120 World of mtb / Best of 2017

With the Simplon Cirex SIMPLON wants to appeal to MTB tourers and not just hardcore racers.

CIREX 120 PRO 22 AktivRadfahren 1-2/2017

Fast and furious 29 inch race FS which also knows how to shine on ambitious rides.

PAVO GRANFONDO DISC

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Girls Edition
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Wheelsets
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Chainset / Cassette
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Ergonomics / Cockpit
Frame colour
Galaxy Blue Glossy / Cosmic Blue Matt
Carbon Matt / Pulsar Red Glossy
INNOVATION LAB
  • DISC BRAKE (1)

    Disc brakes allow improved dosage of the braking power and regardless of weather conditions offer constant braking performance.

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Geometry

46 49 52 55 58 61
A 410 440 470 500 530 560
B 505 520 530 565 575 590
C 71 72,5 72,5 72,5 72,5 72,5
D 75 75 75 73 73 73
E 100 125 145 165 185 205
F 415 415 415 415 415 415
G 978 986 992 1006 1011 1031
H 75 75 75 75 75 75
I 390 390 390 390 390 390
K 48 48 48 48 48 48
M 690 719 747 774 801 827
S 523 552 571 590 609 628
R 365 372 377 385 388 398
STR 1,43 1,48 1,51 1,53 1,57 1,58

A

Seat tube

B

Top tube length

C

Head tube angle

D

Seat tube angle

E

Head tube

F

Chainstay

G

Wheelbase

H

Bottom bracket drop

I

Fork length

K

Fork rake

R1

Reach

S2

Stack

STR3

Stack to Reach

1Horizontal mid bottom bracket to mid headset
2
Vertical: mid bottom bracket to upper mid head tube
3
STR: The higher the number, the more upright the seating position is. For larger frames the top tube length does not increase proportionally to the frame size. This is why the position is slightly more upright. This is compensated for with a longer stem. For small frames the opposite is true.

 

 

TRIATHLON/TIMETRIAL
RACE
MARATHON
ALLROAD