Leggero SL Disc
Our lightest ever frameset with disc brake compatibility
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Handmade in Italy
Built by hand since 1948.
5 Year Warranty
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Hand selected high modulus carbon from Japan with nano resins, 850g
Condor Straight Disc, full carbon monocoque, 330g
Up to 28mm
Nano carbon technology
Why you'll love it
Ultra-light carbon road race frameset, with the added benefit of disc brakes for all-weather stopping power. Weighing in at just 850g, it is the perfect weapon for battles into the sky. Every detail of the Leggero SL has been painstakingly researched and refined. We use a mix of different carbons with a variety of properties to create the lightest frameset in our range.
|Rider height guide (cm)||150–160||161–16||169–175||176–185||186–193||194–200|
|Rider height guide (in)||4'11"–5'3"||5'3"–5'6"||5'6"–5'9"||5'9"–6'0"||6'0"–6'3"||6'3"–6'6"|
|Seat tube (centre to centre) [A] (cm)||41||44||47||50||53||56|
|Seat tube (centre to top) [B] (cm)||46||49||52||55||58||61|
|Top tube (horizontal) [C] (cm)||51.3||51.8||53.7||55.5||57||58|
|Seat tube angle [D] (cm)||75||74||74||73.5||73||72.5|
|Head tube angle [E] (cm)||71||71.5||72||73.5||74||74|
|Head tube length [F] (cm)||11||12||13.5||16.5||19.5||22.2|
|Chainstay length [G] (cm)||40.5||40.5||40.5||40.5||40.8||41|
|Bottom bracket height [H] (cm)||26.5||26.5||26.5||26.5||26.5||26.5|
|Bottom bracket drop (mm)||70||70||70||70||70||70|
|Fork offset (mm)||43||43||43||43||43||43|
|Fork length (cm)||37.0||37.0||37.0||37.0||37.0||37.0|
Bottom bracket: BSA
Seat tube (internal): 27.2mm
Seat tube (external): 31.8mm
Front derailleur attachment: band-on
Headset: 1-1/8" to 1-1/2" integrated
Thru-axles: 12x100mm (front); 12x142mm (rear) included
Disc brake tyre: flat mount
We supply a full set of both electronic and manual guides and blanking plates for smart cabling framesets, including a piece of cable noise protector for the internal cabling to go through the BB.
If you would like to visit us in the store, here is how the process works.
1. Choose your model
We make a wide range to suit all styles and disciplines. Our full range is available to view online and in-store, but don't worry if you're not sure what's right for you — we're here to help!
2. Have a fitting
We'll ensure that you'll ride in complete comfort and get the best performance from your bike. If you can't visit us in store, we can help with the fit by phone or email.
3. Make it your own
We'll work with you to choose components that suit your requirements, right down to details such as handlebar tape colour. We are here to advise on everything.
4. We build it
We'll assemble your bike in London. Once built, we'll arrange a time and date with you for the handover, where we'll run through everything and help with anything else you may need.
If you can’t book an appointment to visit us in-store, we can help by phone, email, or live chat
Custom for Condor
Our carbon tubes are made for us using three different types of carbon manufactured in Japan and the USA. Each layer features unidirectional carbon fibre (for strength), high modulus carbon fibre (to add stiffness), and ultra-high-modulus carbon, which adds both strength and stiffness, whilst being lighter than the previous two (but would be too harsh to ride if used just on its own). The tube is wrapped in a 1k weave for impact protection and toughness.
The fibres in our carbon are bound together with resins featuring nano particles. Construction using nano particles requires less resin, resulting in an overall frame weight reduction. Nano resin's microscopic particles are elongated rather than round, which improves the bond between resin and fibre as the surface area is greater. Secondly, frame vibration is dissipated as it travels through the frame and across the nano particles.
Tapered head tube
The tapered head tube significantly improves front end stiffness and creates a stable base for quick handling.
The thru-axle system, brought over from our off-road MTB cousins, offers a much more consistent wheel attachment, reducing brake rub and increasing safety. A thru-axle has a greater constant surface area, compared with a disc brake and traditional skewer, which means a stiffer base and torsional strength. We use a 12mm aluminium thru-axle because it provides the best weight to stiffness ratio for gravel and road riding. A thicker axle, similar to that use on an MTB, would be too heavy, whilst a thinner axle wouldn't have enough torsional strength.