The Factor Models
The O2 is the all-rounder of the Factor family. It has excellent climbing properties and at the same time masters coarse cobblestones without much effort. Romain Bardet put trust in the O2 at the Tour de France, Silvan Dillier rode it over the rough cobles of Paris-Roubaix. Just a racing machine that's available for everything.
The VAM is the weight-optimised lightweight version of the O2. Especially at mountain races like the Taiwan KOM Challenge, it can show its abilities to the full and prove that lightweight construction does not have to be at the expense of riding comfort and handling characteristics.
The ONE is the right vehicle for sprinters. With a split down tube - the Optimized Twin Vane Evo - and an integrated handlebar stem unit called the ONE Total Integration System , this uncompromising bike offers hardly any surface for the wind to attack. A real statement when it comes to aerodynamics.
The LS frameset is aimed at gravel riders who like to take part in long, demanding competitions or want to tackle high-altitude routes. It is not designed for cycling tours with luggage, but rather for competitive use in small as well as larger groups.
The Vista is designed as an all-road bike and is optimised for a tyre width of 30 to 35 mm. This bike is the star of Gravel events and is therefore also ridden by the Panaracer Factor Gravel Team at the big Gravel festivals in the USA.
Slick is the Time Trial and Triathlon Bike of the Factor family and claims to be the fastest and most technically advanced Time Trial bike. Every element of the Slick, from the 51 Speedshop Aerobar to the Twin Vane EVO down tube, has been specifically integrated into the design and underlines the ultimate goal of the Slick: to be faster than the wind.