Aernario Comp Disc G1
As the Platinum version, the Aernario was the bike with the ‘best frame of all time according to the Tour standard’ (Tour-Magazin 02/2013) in 2013. In 2014, it was the iF GOLD design award and ‘Superbike of the year 2014/2015’ award winner of the British road.cc. The Aernario models impress in terms of function and design, whether they’re fitted with caliper or disc brakes. Absolutely top stiffness-to-weight ratios are complemented by razor-sharp steering, high comfort and intelligent tube design. ‘Sectional Aerodynamic Shaping’ and ‘Proportional Tubing’ ensure first-class performance of the frame. In the Disc version, through-axles at the front and rear additionally provide the required safety, stiffness and precise installation of the wheels without tedious grinding of the brake discs. Stable acceleration and tracking, plus agility and high comfort: Aernario will always make you a winner, be it in practice or racing.
Directional Depending Stiffnes
Directional depending stiffness is the ability of a frame or component to optimally respond with high stiffness to the forces acting in the load direction while ensuring high comfort. In other words, it is the synergy between intended stiffness and desired comfort. In the case of frames, this is achieved by designing transverse-oval tube shapes, the targeted selection of materials (e.g. carbon fibers) and their application (e.g. special layups for carbon fiber reinforced plastics).
Integrated Seatpost Mount
The integrated seat clamp results in the seat post offering longer spring deflection due to the elimination of the seat mast on the frame, which automatically increases the flex of the seat post. This effect is supported by HFX in our MLP seat posts. The longer the extension of the seat post, the greater the effects of these properties. In addition, ISM impresses with an uncluttered look and weight savings (shorter seat tube, elimination of the seat clamp).
Torque Free Axle
Disc brakes massively stress the frame and the axles due to the absorption of the torsion and shear forces that are generated while braking. Torsion-resistant shafts, called through-axles, are the best way to counter these forces. Storck through-axles are not only used in mountain bikes but have long made their way into cross and road bikes with disc brakes as well. They provide stability, precise fit and stiffness.
On The Fly Maintanence
Never again without tools out in the middle of nowhere. A tool for (nearly) all bike purposes that doesn’t require a tool bag. The T25 standard torque wrench unobtrusively and securely fits in the through-axle drill hole, for example, always close at hand. As a result, monolink seat posts, stems, through-axles, head set clamps, disc brake mounts, ODM and bottle holders on a Storck can all be installed with the universal wrench.
The rider and his/her seating position essentially determine the aerodynamics of the total system. The geometry of the bike (handlebars, wheels, frame) is another factor. For the frame, the frontal areas opposing the airflow need to be minimized to improve the drag coefficient of the total system. It has been proven that a drop with 0.02 has the optimal drag coefficient. Therefore, Storck frames with SAS have a natural drop shape in ground parallel aerodynamics: less loss of force due to more aerodynamics.
- Directional Depending Stiffnes
- Aernario Comp Disc Frameset and Aernario Comp Disc Fork - Integrated Headset 1 1/8” – 1 ¼” - CFR/UD- Optimized Frame, CFR BB and Headset Section - Through Axle Rear: 135/10mm, Front 100/9mm - Postmount Disc Brakes - Sloping Top Tube Geometry - Internal Cable Routing - Pressfit BB 41 x 86.5mm - 31.6 Seatpost - Colour: Gloss Blac - Weight: Complete Bike From 7.6KG
The future for bikes with disc brakes.
"This package is excellent and has placed Storck at the head of the curve in the rapidly expanding area of road bikes with disc brakes."Read More