Cyfac Absolu V2

Cyfac Absolu V2

Absolu V2 is the flagship of Cyfac cycles. Frame: T800H IM Carbon with Kevlar. Variable-shaped tube sections with the option for custom carbon lay-up.
Fork: Carbon, tapered 1 1/2″ x 1 1/8″
Rear: Carbon DoubleStay2
Headset: 1 1/8″ x 1 1/2″
Bottom Bracket: BSC or BB30
Front Derailleur: clamp 34.9 mm collar included.
Sizes: XS (50cm), S (52cm), M (54cm), L (56cm), XL (58cm) and Full Custom.
Options: Mechanical or electronic (Di2 or EPS) integration.

The French company founded in 1982 by Francis Quillon. Ever since, they’ve been building frames for Olympic medalists, Tour de France contenders, World Champions and passionate riders across the world. Cyfac started as a simple workshop atelier building framesets for the greatest French stars of the 1980’s. Laurent Fignon, Thierry Marie, Thierry Clavreyolat, Charly Mottet, Marc Madiot, Richard Virenque and nearly every French pro from the 1980’s to 2000’s raced on a Cyfac painted in their team’s livery. Through the decades they also built for more of the sport’s legendary greats, including Claudio Chiapucci, Marco Pantani, Frank Vandenbroucke, Robert Millar, and more.

Cyfac was the first builder to TIG-weld aluminum frames, making the lightweight aluminum frames for Claudio Chiapucci and Marco Pantani and others.

As the first European titanium builder, Cyfac offered a growing list of options, including the world’s only full-custom alu superbike design (since outlawed by the UCI). Cyfac’s avant-garde efforts culminated in the first full-custom, full-carbon lug-less frameset, the Tigre. The revolutionary Cyfac carbon-stratification process brought old-world hand-craftsmanship together with 21st century technologies.

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