The AC388 is the cyclocross bike you always wanted but never thought you could afford. We took the idea of a superbike and did away with the price tag. We didn’t want you to have any barriers to a successful year. Come check out the AC388 and prepare to have the bike’s value blow you away.
The AC388 is constructed from Toray T700 carbon fiber. The layup process has allowed us to take the T700 and bring you a frame that is light, strong, stiff, and terrifyingly fast. You press down on your pedals, and the bike is accelerating away from you.
To go with the quality of the frameset, we had to go with Shimano Ultegra R800 for the groupset. The hydraulic disc braked Ultegra is one of the best groupsets that has ever been released. You’ll find your gears snap into place and the brakes clamp your wheels dead, there is also modulation that will turn you into a believer in disc brakes.
To finish the bike off, we adorned the AC388 in carbon fiber parts. The finishing kit is all made from carbon, the stem, the handlebars, the seat post, and the saddle are all carbon fiber. Then we have the wheels. The wheels to are made from Toray T700 carbon fiber.
The 50mm deep carbon rims will make sure that you have every advantage come race time. With a wide and tubeless ready aero rim, these wheels tick all the boxes for a set of high-performance 700c wheels. All of this and have you looked at the price tag?
What FRAMESET Does Cyclocross Bike AC388 Use ?
Model: Triaero AC388
Material: Carbon Fiber Toray T700
Fork: 100x12mm, Flat Mount 160mm
Rear Spacing: 142x12mm, Flat Mount 140mm
The Advance Bike WHEELSET :
Rim: Carbon AERO50, 50mm Depth, 25mm Width, Clincher TLR
Holes: 24 front, 24 rear
Spokes: Sapim CX-Ray, Black
Nipples: Alloy, Black
Valve Length: 60mm
Tires: Schwalbe Durano 700x28C
GROUPSET: Shimano R8020
Drivetrain: Shimano Ultegra 8020
Shifters: Shimano Ultegra R8020
Brakes: Shimano Ultegra R8020 Flat Mount
Rotors: Front Shimano 160mm, Rear Shimano 140mm
Front Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra R8020
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Ultegra R8020
Crankset: Shimano Ultegra R8020 170mm 50/34T
Cassette: Shimano Ultegra R8020 11/28T
Chain: Shimano Ultegra 11 Speed
Headset: Top 1-1/8", Down 1-1/2"
Stem: Carbon ST01
Handlebar: HB004, 420mm
Seat Post: Carbon SP01, 400mm
Saddle: Carbon SD01
Complete Bike Weight: 7.46kg (Excluding Pedal)
The ICAN AC388 is the cyclocross bike that breaks all the rules. It has a higher stack than some cyclocross models but a lower stack than gravel bikes. If you're a weekend warrior, then this is the frameset or bike you need to get.
The ICAN AC388 is constructed from high-quality Toray T700 carbon fiber. As you'd expect, the frame is light. It is also stiff, but the ICAN engineers have worked hard to design a carbon fiber layup that also has compliance. The ability to do this with carbon fiber is why it is the material of choice for many cyclists. It's a lot harder to achieve with aluminum. With the AC388 frameset costing the same as an aluminum frameset, due to ICAN being a direct to the consumer sales model, you can have your cake and eat it.
The AC388 utilizes 12 mm thru-axles and a BB86. Both of these features are designed to help increase your power transfer. To make sure the majority of your effort is going to keeping the wheels turning. Where you point the AC388, it will go.
1. How to track my order online?
Once your order has shipped, a Shipping Confirmation email is sent to you with the tracking website and the tracking number. You can use this tracking number to track your order via the carrier's tracking site.
2. What is the processing time and delivery time for my order?
We will ship out the item within 36 hr with careful package after the processing time .and it takes about 3-10 days if the stock running out. The delivery time will epends on the courier method.
Noted：Due to the impact of the epidemic, the arrival time of the goods may be extended, and the specific details can be communicated at any time.
3. How will you package my goods ? Is it safe for them to reach me?
We use new packing box which is much more stiff and secured. It will protect the carbon products from the possible violently throwing and pressure during the shipping progress.
4.What is the best tire size for my ICAN wheels?
The best tire size for your wheel, which depends on the wheelsets type, size and the conditions you plan to ride the wheel in.
If you focus on speed,aerodynamic, each carbon wheel will have a specific recomended tire width, which is listed on specific product pages under rim specs.
We find(Not necessarily 100% correct): With a broader external width, ICAN Cycling wheels roll most optimally with a 28mm (actual width) tire. For Jet wheels, we recommend 25mm (actual width) tires, but 28mm (actual width) tires are still an excellent choice. Unless a podium step hangs in the balance, the difference in the speed of the Jet, using a 25mm tire versus a 28mm tire, works out to only 0.05 kph. That’s approximately 3 – 4 seconds over 40km.