Veltrix is a carbon monocoque frame born for the competition: fast, reactive and performing. Its easy handling makes it suitable for multiple uses, perfect for the pro but also for those who want to ride at a smooth pace. The wise use of carbon fiber along with an optimal sizing of the sections of the frame elements make it a particularly performing vehicle.
The Veltrix is Cinelli’s new endurance bike which is designed to be comfortable enough to ride at a smooth pace all day or fast enough to use for KOM or QOM smashing rides.
The Veltrix uses Dynamic Race Geometry which means that the ratio between the top tube and seat tube never differs between frame sizes, offering the optimum position in the saddle for power transfer and aerodynamics regardless of size. It perfectly aligns the rider’s centre of gravity, resulting in sublime handling.
Constructed with T30/HM carbon fibre and featuring a 1.5” headtube to give precision steering at the highest speeds.
The Veltrix can take up to 28mm tyres and is electronic and mechanical groupset ready.
Dynamic race geometry
The geometry of Veltrix has been designed to have the best ratio between the length of the horizontal tube and that of the seat tube, for the best position on the saddle. This allows a better aerodynamic position and an optimal balance of the cyclist’s center of gravity: best push on the pedals in the steepest climbs or intense shots together with an excellent control in fastest descents.
The 1” 1/2 oversized fork with tapered head tube guarantees the best riding precision even at higher speeds, making Veltrix incomparable in direction changes. The cable passage is completely internal either for mechanical or electronic assemblies, improving aerodynamics and chassis aesthetics.
Low Sigma Transition
The BSA Bottom Bracket Shell is oversized to increase the lateral stiffness of the frame in order to maximize the pedaling efficiency and transmit to the wheel all the power generated by the cyclist as well as for structural reasons, minimizing the tensions in a deeply stressed area. The result is that of reducing the weight and increasing the frame durability.