Lapierre Xelius SL 75th

Lapierre Xelius SL 75th

Lapierre (France) - The Xelius is a light carbon road bike that is both comfortable and ultra-fast. Good when climbing and descending, fast on the flat and comfortable, it is at ease in all circumstances. Lighter, more responsive and with better aerodynamic performance, the new Xelius SL embodies the evolution of the classic competition bike.

Key Features:

A redesigned frame:

The frame of the Xelius SL has been redesigned for sleeker lines and the total integration of its cables and sheaths in the frame. This new version is also more aerodynamic than the last. These changes give this bike its temperament and emphasize its racy look.

New Dura-ace Di2 transmission:

Experience high-precision gear changing with the latest generation of the Dura-Ace Di2 unit. Now with 12-speed wireless gears, it offers gear changing that is faster and more precise than that of the last generation.

Dura-Ace WH-R9270-C36-TL wheels:

C36 wheels are the lightest in the Shimano range. With their new, wind-tunnel tested 36mm profile, these wheels are aerodynamic, rigid and light. Regardless of the terrain, they will always give you the best performance.

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