The A2 is our classic carbon fiber road bike. A road bike that looks like a road bike and not a university aerodynamics project. It is, thanks to this look, really light. There is no extra carbon where you don’t need it, just enough to make sure your bike is strong and reliable.
The A2 frameset is constructed from the finest of Toray T700 carbon fiber, bringing you a frame that weighs around 800g. Even though this frameset is designed to be a lightweight climber, we have made sure that our carbon fiber layup allows the frame to be super stiff.
There is no point in having a hill climbing bike that if every time you press down on your pedals coming out of a hairpin it flexes. That would be a waster of your energy and time. We then made sure that the A2 is stiff, your power will only be going to your back wheel to push you up those inclines.
That is why we constructed an oversized PF30 bottom bracket area. By going with a PF30 bottom bracket, you will find that every crank on the market can fit your bike. To go with this bottom bracket area, we have also installed a tapered head tube to make sure that your frame is as stiff and comfortable. To add more comfort we have also gone with a 27.2mm seat post size.
We finished the frame by utilizing our renown internal routing for cables. All your cables will be hidden from the wind and out of the way of inclement weather. Our system is simple to set up so do not fear internal routing.
Type: 700C Carbon frame
Model: A2 (2018)
Material: Carbon Fiber Toray T700
Chain stay: 405
Finish: UD matt/Glossy
Fork rake: 45
Fork length: 368
BB drop: 71
Frame: 826g; fork: 310g; seat post: 172g ((52cm)
48cm: 370mm; 50cm: 382.4mm; 52cm: 390mm;
54cm: 396.8mm; 56cm: 412mm
48cm: 100mm; 50cm: 110mm; 52cm: 120mm; 54cm: 130mm; 56cm: 140mm
48cm: 370mm; 50cm: 382.4mm; 52cm: 390mm; 54cm: 396.8mm; 56cm: 412mm
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 will be delayed.Due to increased demand, this product will ship in 7 – 8 weeks. If have any questions,please contact us in time.
3. IS ICAN CYCLING WHEELS AND FRAME GOOD?
YES!Many customers have purchased wheels and frames of ICAN Cycling, and they give us many good feeback.All products undergo strict quality control and provide warranty.
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 25mm/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.
5.HOW TO DISTINGUISH DISC BRAKES AND V BRAKES
Our disc brake product series are marked with disc, which means that this is a disc brake system. Otherwise, this product is a V brake product.
6.WHY THE SAME PRODUCT HAS DIFFERENT PRICES
The prices of the same products in different warehouses are different. We have prepaid taxes and freight for users who purchase products in overseas warehouses.
7.WHY THE WHEELSETS ARE TOO STIFF FOR HARDTAIL
The reason may be that the spokes tension of wheels is too high. Please check that the spokes tension to make it at a the proper range.
MTB Wheels the front spoke tension :110 +-10 kilograms force
Rear wheel drive side :120 +-10 kilograms force
No drive side Rear ：60% kilograms force of drive side Rear-wheel
Road bike wheels spoke tension：
Recommended front wheel: 110+-10 kg force
Rear wheel: 120+-10 kg force
8.Why do i feel the freehub is a bit tight when backpedal
When riding for the first time, freehub needs to run in with the wheels. Just ride for a while, freehub will run well.
9.CAN ICAN WHEELS BE SET UP TUBELESS?
For ICAN’s current line up of wheels, most of wheels is tubeless compatible.
10.WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE AERO WHEELS, AND THE NOVA WHEEL SETS?
WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE ALPHA WHEELS AND THE NOVA WHEEL SETS?
About the difference,you can check the image.