Lapierre Aircode 500 FDJ
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The new weapon of choice for Team FDJ.fr. Aerodynamics, speed and precision: the new Lapierre aero road bike is built for competition.
All the science of the Aerostorm combined with the performances of the Xelius EFI has led to the development of this new frame, blending aerodynamics and efficiency, for results that have never been seen before.
The new Aircode is the result of all Lapierre’s experience and know-how with aerodynamics and building carbon frames. In fact, this new frame has been developed on the basis of the results of the various aerodynamic studies conducted for the design of the Aerostorm (wind-tunnel testing; digital simulation of airflows around bike and rider, CFD).
Each component has therefore been thought out to optimise the bike’s aerodynamics while preserving maximum rigidity and excellent pedal-power transfer. In particular, the integration of Power Box technology, developed and used on the Xelius EFI, was crucial.
Following more than 9 months of development, a first Aircode prototype was handed over to Team FDJ.fr, who have been fully involved in this project. Numerous test sessions were scheduled, enabling riders and team staff to provide Lapierre engineers with precious data. The result is a racing machine, tested and approved by Team FDJ.fr’s standard-setting test riders.
The Aircode range is made up of two exclusive versions, available on the Ultimate programme, and three standard versions. For those ranges, components dedicated to performance have been meticulously selected: double or compact drivetrain, 11-speed cassette, Shimano Ultegra brakes, Mavic Ksyrium wheels, Zipp cockpit, Fizik Antares saddle, etc.
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