Isaac Element - first look
By Warren Rossiter | Monday, January 28, 2013 5.30pm
The Isaac Element - their lightest frameset yet. This complete bike is just over 6 kg Rob Wilmott/BikeRadar.com
Dutch carbon specialists Isaac have produced their lightest road frameset to date with the all new Element.
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The frame uses Isaac's proprietary high modulus carbon fibre for its construction and it's mated to an all-carbon tapered fork. It has a PressFit 30 bottom bracket and is routed for use with Shimano Di2. The Element also features external routing for mechanical drivetrains, making maintenance easier. If you decide to run Di2 you can simply remove the cables bosses and replace them with dedicated cable ports.
There was no confirmed frame weight available for the Element but the complete bike in this spec tipped the scales at a little over 6 kilos.
Price for the Dura-Ace and Mavic Ksyrium SLR equipped model is £6480, with the frame, fork, headset and seatpost package retailing at £2590.
More information: www.isaac-cycle.com
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