7046 Alloy Road Frame
The Cuneo GP is an incredibly light weight alloy frame. Forget everything you THINK you know about alloy frames.
The beauty of the Cuneo GP shouts at you to ride it. The unique tubing shapes deliver optimal power transfer. The strength of the custom 7046 tubing continues to amaze, with frames just over 1kg designed for race level handling and real-world strength at a price anyone can afford.
The Cuneo GP - The perfect choice when speed is more than just a dream. Queensland based professional cycling team "Yor Health" has chosen the Cuneo GP as the bike of choice for their attack on the QLD Road Team Series (QRTS).
Since 2013, Pro-Lite frames will be sold as kits. The Cuneo GP kit includes:
Cuneo GP frame
Liguria Ponente fork
Ancona headset and Wedge for carbon steerers
Garda seat clamp
To view frame geometry and more information on this frameset please refer to the Pro-Lite International website: http://www.pro-lite.net
I am currently riding a Cuneo GP White edition frame and forkset. I have moved up to this frame after riding an 11kg alloy bike for 18mths. Talk about a world of difference!!! The frame just GLIDES under me. It's a fantastic looking frame, and I get lots of comments on how good the bike looks. The white with silver and black decals looks great with whatever bar tape and kit you want- no need to worry about your favourite kit clashing with your bike!! And everyone is always amazed at how light it is. The overall package is just fantastic. I run it with a Microshift White groupset in... white! This was teamed with a Pro-Lite Pedrosa stem, a Pro-Lite seat post, HSC Bottom Bracket, Ultegra cranks, chain, cassette and brakes. I finished it off with a Bracciano Wheelset. I would recommend this frame to ANYONE who wants a quality frame, at a great price, that looks A-MAY-ZING!!!! If you need even more proof of just how good a quality this frame is, with better dampening qualities then the 'all-hallowed' carbon frames, here it is- I recently rode this bike on a 800km Charity ride across Far North Qld, from Cairns across to Karumba. I am talking some SERIOUSLY crap roads. Rough bitumen, holes, gravel, you name it, we rode on it. On one particular day, we had the option to mountain climb or detour via a 20km dirt track. I took the track option (naturally!!). I kid you not, this frame was da bomb!!! We rode over ripples, rutts, rocks, holes, soft sand, compacted dirt with rocks sticking out and those god aweful one inch apart rutts that go on and on and on and on..... I've ridden roads like this before, on my old bike. It is NOT pretty.......... I rode side by side with a friend, who was on a $9,000 Specialized S-Works. I had a smoother ride. She was jarring and chattering all over the place. I just got in a comfy position, held the bars lightly and my Cuneo GP glided over it all. The vibration dampening was phenomonal!! I never once had to shake my hands, never once cursed my aluminium frame. I had a few people come over to me afterwards and comment on how well the bike handled the terrain- even the sneaky rocky creek bed that snuck up on us around a corner!! And to go to the other spectrum, I know a group of guys who race this frame at Elite level. This bike is TRUELY versatile. From weekend warrior who is 100kg+ and basically cyclocrossed the bike, to Elite level QLD rep road racers, this bike will do you for it all. Do yourself a favour, get one. NOW. And the price? Well, you can't argue with that!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Have one as a race bike, and one as a training bike! Heck, buy one for your Missus and the junior too!!!Charleigh Simons (Aug 19 2013, 16:30 PM)
Great frame at a great price
I have both trained and raced on this frame and never thought I would say it but I much prefer this frame over my previous carbon one.
It's lightweight, handles well and is an all-round great ride. Worth every cent.Chris Ashton (Aug 12 2013, 22:56 PM)
Great value, bombproof aluminium frame. I've raced this frame all season in the QLD Road Team Series and am very impressed with the ride and quality of workmanship of the frame. Surprisingly comfortable for a aluminium frame.Andrew (Aug 09 2013, 09:34 AM)
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One of the best Alloy frames i have ridden and in 30 years of racing i have ridden a few.
Great value and it is so responsive and fast. Can't go wrong.Brett Ruff (Aug 07 2013, 11:14 AM)
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