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Vis Vires High Tech Road Bike

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Jul 3, 2013

Category: Rides

Their contributions have helped revolutionize Formula 1 racing, the aerospace industry, and many of the world’s most advanced supercars, and now FACTOR bikes is looking to create the “world’s most technologically advanced road bike.”

Enter the Vis Vires bicycle, a road bike that has been packed full of gadgetry that technophiles are sure to love. The bike’s aerodynamic frame has been completely loaded with ANT+ speed and cadence sensors, that will wirelessly communicate with the rider’s choice of a Garmin Edge 510 or 810 to display a handful of vitals including heart rate, speed, power data and more. There will be two versions of the bike available. The first is the more economical Vis Vires Ultegra Di2 (starting $7,830) and the second is the more expensive Vis Vires Dura-Ace Di2 (starting $13,051). Both bikes will be equipped with custom all internal cable routing along with full carbon clincher wheels and an ENVE Composites Compact handlebar. These bikes will begin hitting the scene towards the end of the summer season.

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