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Stages Cycling launches latest static training bike at Eurobike

Stages Cycling has announced the upcoming release of the StagesBike here at Eurobike.

The StagesBike will be available for consumers to purchase in Q1 next year, priced between $2,600 and $2,800, depending on delivery location.

Pat Warner, Stages Cycling vice president, said: “The StagesBike maintains our focus on innovation, accuracy, and reliability, pairing our years of experience building bikes that can withstand the abuse of a fitness club with the real-world cycling expertise demanded by Tour de France-level professionals.”

According to the company, stand-out features include:

‘Real bike touchpoints’
– Standard road drop bars and saddle included
– Riders can easily swap to preferred bar bend, saddle model, or even aero bars, and adjust to replicate their outdoor bike fit and feel

‘Real bike adjustability’
– Wide-range, infinite micro-adjust saddle height and fore/aft position
– Easily adjustable crank length (165, 170, 172.5, 175mm)
– Laser-etched scales for saddle height, reach and stack

‘Premium Indoor Technology’
– Quiet, maintenance-free Gates Carbon belt drive
– Electronic resistance of up to 3,000 watts at 120rpm
– Fitness studio-quality Stages Indoor cycling frame for unsurpassed stability and longevity enabling
countless miles under hard use

Optimisation for Zwift and other fitness and training platforms’
– ANT and Bluetooth connectivity for all control modes
– FE-C and FTMS ready
– Two high-speed USB ports for convenient device charging
– Adjustable integrated tablet holder

‘Futureproof’
– Programmable electronic shifting, braking and steering to handle any and all future app developments
– Brake hoods with integrated, programmable shift buttons
–  Sprint buttons with the option to add climbing or TT/aero bar shifters

‘World-class power measurement’
– Stages Gen 3 Dual-Side LR Power Meter as ridden to multiple Tour de France victories

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