The T1300 was born to race. With a super low front end you’re free to get as aero as you like. A layup that prioritizes stiffness and a formidable weight of 1030g (Medium size, including seatpost clamp, hangers, etc.) has led to the T1300 taking over 30 UCI stage wins including at the UCI Tour of Turkey, UCI Tour of Qinghai lake and the UCI Tour of Ghana. It’s also taken home a few polka dot jerseys too. Domestically here in China, the T1300 has over 100 race wins to it’s name.
Choose your flavor
With three stylish colorways to choose from, you’re sure to build a bike that’s unique and stands out from the crowd. “Laser Green”, “Tsunami Blue” and “Cherry Blossom Pink” are all available in rim brake and disc brake form.
The perfect blend
We have the T1500 for those looking for an all-out aero weapon, and the SLC2.0 for those who want the lightest mountain goat. But the T1300 offers the perfect blend of both. Of course, it’s not as light as the SLC2.0, nor is it quite as aero as the T1500, but it does both jobs respectively. The over-sized down tube features an aero profile to reduce drag while keeping frame weight down. You’ll never have to worry “Did I bring the right bike?” – one less thing to worry about so you can focus on putting out the power and getting the victory.
Rim or Disc
We’re all about letting customers make their own choices, so we offer the T1300 in both rim brake and disc brake versions. The two frames weigh the same (to within a few percent), and they cost exactly the same so you’re free to choose what’s best for the rides you’ll be doing. Can’t decide? Send us a message and we’ll help you talk through the pros and cons of each.
High Modular Toray
To create a strong, light frame (and more importantly a frame that will keep stiff after years of abuse) we use imported high modular Japanese Toray carbon fiber in our frames. Our layup was tweaked after years of feedback from our athletes racing the T1350. We’ve been building carbon frames for 10 years using expertise from around the world here in the Chinese capital of carbon; Xiamen.