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Velocite Magnus carbon Frame - 2nd Generation

Velocite Magnus Frameset - 2nd Generation

List price: $2,184.00  


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Imperfect paint finish frames - great opportunity to upgrade! The paint defects are only visible upon close inspection, and will mostly be covered up by the bike parts once assembled.

The 2nd generation Velocite Magnus carbon frame achieved the highest torsional stiffness of any road bike, while improving on the comfort and road holding ability of the original frame.


Key Features

  • Monocoque unidirectional (UD) high modulus blend carbon fiber composite
  • Internal rear brake cable routing
  • Asymmetric, tapered head tube 1 1/8” top, 1.5” bottom
  • BB30 bottom bracket
  • Carbon fiber head tube angular contact headset races
  • Carbon dropouts
  • Patented seat post clamp system
  • Unmatched torsional stiffness
  • 1000 - 1180g weight

Since the original Magnus set the performance bar so very high, following up and improving upon it was no simple task, nevertheless, the new Velocite Magnus retained all that was extraordinary about the Magnus and improved on it.

There is no secret to Magnus' dominance, we just chose to invest more in higher quality materials and the best manufacturing methods currently available. Our advanced multi-modulus carbon fiber layup uses up to 13 layers of ultra high, high and intermediate modulus unidirectional carbon fiber in critical locations to virtually eliminate any lateral flex. Due to the optimized tube profiles of the Magnus, even the weight has been kept low with the size M frame weighing in at just 1080g.

The tapered aerodynamic profile Velocite Bora S fork also contributes to the increased stiffness, and overall low weight of the frame set (module). It weighs just 360g. This is in part due to its excellent mechanical design where the fork crown area was made 15% larger than before, thus managing the peak loads more effectively without a significant weight penalty. 

The patented seat post clamp eliminates the need for a seat tube extension, thus achieving a more streamlined look. However the benefit is not only aesthetic, the main benefits of the new clamp are a more secure hold with a reduced risk of damage, and increased rider comfort due to the more exposed seatpost. The aggressive apperance is further accentuated by the blade like, curved seat stays that now also benefit from advanced aerodynamic profiling.

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Magnus Reviews

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The Magnus is at its absolute best in an all-out sprint, though. Sit on a wheel, wind it up to 50km/hr in the slipstream and then jump. The experience is jaw-dropping – you feel like you’re on the Millennium Falcon making the leap to hyperspace. Read more...

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Some light carbon frames chatter and resonate through the bar and saddle but the Magnus kills road buzz with a solid thump – something we really like. As a result, you always feel a connection to the road and it’s easy to feel the level of grip when pushing hard. Believe us, you really will want to. Read more...


Where it does differ than most other high-end machines though, is in the - wait for it - stiffness department. When I put my foot down on the Magnus I know I am going nowhere but forward, fast. This is not scientific, of course, but I would argue passionately that I get more momentum out of a single pedal push on the Magnus than on any other bike I’ve ridden. It’s that impressive. Read more...



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HC Tech

High compaction technology (HCT) is a carbon fiber composite manufacturing method that allows us to achieve smooth, wrinkle and debris free interior surfaces, as well as perfect outside surface quality which is not wavy or of uneven thickness. The benefits are not only cosmetic. HCT composites have less voids and thus higher inter-laminar strength which increases frame durability and stiffness.

UD Monocoque

We prioritize the use of unidirectional carbon fiber wherever possible in order to achieve the highest strength and stiffness for any given weight. Likewise the monocoque process where there are no physical joints at all throughout most of the frame enables us to utilize optimal continuous fiber layups to achieve our extraordinary performance.


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