tout terrain Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition

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Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
Vélo Complet Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition - noir-orange/M
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L'édition bc du vélo Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 de tout terrain - prêt pour affronter tous les chemins


Le vélo complet tout terrain Vasco GT Select 21.3 dans l'édition exclusive bc te permet de découvrir les chemins de gravel de ce monde. Son solide cadre en acier avec des routes de 28 pouces et des pneus de 40 mm de large enthousiasme par sa durabilité sur le gravier comme sur l'asphalte. La fourche en carbone permet de garder le poids du vélo à un niveau assez bas, pour que tu puisses avaler les kilomètres également avec des bagages. Pour que toutes tes affaires trouvent place sur ton vélo, le cadre est doté de nombreux oeillets de fixation. Si nécessaire, il est également très facile d'y installer un porte-bagages. Ce vélo rend possible de surmonter de nombreux mètres d'altitude, même avec une multitude de bagages. Le groupe de transmission gravel classique GRX de Shimano à 1x11 vitesses te permet de grimper les pentes raides sans trop d'efforts grâce à sa légère démultiplication.

Spécifications :


Utilisation : Gravel
Taille de roue : 28"
Tailles : S, M, L, XL
Matériau du cadre : acier (CrMo 4130)
Matériau de la fourche : carbone

Composants :


Cadre : Vasco (set de tube Stratocrom)
Fourche : cinq Touring Fork II
Potence : Black Label 100 mm, 6°
Guidon : guidon de course Black Label, 440 mm
Jeu de direction : Cane Creek 10
Tige de selle : Black Label Micro-adjust, 27,2 mm
Selle : Selle Royal Vivo Athletic
Pédalier : Shimano GRX FC-RX600, 1 vitesse, 40 dents, 172,5 mm
Pédales : pédales Black Label Urban
Freins : Shimano GRX BR-RX400
Levier de vitesses / de frein : Shimano GRX 600, hydraulique, 11 vitesses
Dérailleur arrière : Shimano GRX RD-RX812, 1x11 vitesses
Cassette : Shimano SLX CS-M7000, 11-42 dents, 11 vitesses
Chaîne : Shimano CN-HG601, 11 vitesses
Roues : jante DT Swiss G540 28'', moyeu avant Black Label EX-F1, moyeu arrière Black Label EX-R1 10/11 vitesses
Pneus : WTB Byway 28" , 40 mm

Autorisations :


Limite de poids : 120 kg poids total
Taille du disque de frein (max.) : 180 mm
Taille max. du pneu : 700x47C, 650x54B

Caractéristiques :


- design bc exclusif
- 4 fixations pour porte-bidon
- possibilité d'installer un porte-bagages
- cadre durable en acier avec fourche légère en carbone
- tubes simplement aboutés avec extrémités renforcées pour une résistance accrue et un poids réduit
- angle du tube de direction de 78° avec butée de guidon Ergo-Stop II, empêche la fourche et le guidon de toucher le cadre
- pédalier abaissé pour un comportement de conduite stable sur les terrains
- bases de chaîne plus courtes pour plus d'agilité et de bonnes valeurs d'accélération

Géométrie :


S :
Stack : 562 mm
Reach : 363 mm
Longueur du tube de selle : 490 mm
Longueur effective du tube supérieur : 535 mm
Longueur du tube de direction : 125 mm
Longueur des bases : 435 mm
Empattement : 1010 mm
BB Drop : 70 mm
Hauteur de dépassement : 772 mm
Angle du tube de selle : 73°
Angle du tube de direction : 71°
Longueur de la potence : 100 mm
Largeur du guidon : 440 mm

M :
Stack : 585 mm
Reach : 376 mm
Longueur du tube de selle : 530 mm
Longueur effective du tube supérieur : 555 mm
Longueur du tube de direction : 150 mm
Longueur des bases : 435 mm
Empattement : 1030 mm
BB Drop : 70 mm
Hauteur de dépassement : 803 mm
Angle du tube de selle : 73°
Angle du tube de direction : 71°
Longueur de la potence : 100 mm
Largeur du guidon : 440 mm

L :
Stack : 611 mm
Reach : 382 mm
Longueur du tube de selle : 570 mm
Longueur effective du tube supérieur : 575 mm
Longueur du tube de direction : 175 mm
Longueur des bases : 440 mm
Empattement : 1045 mm
BB Drop : 70 mm
Hauteur de dépassement : 834 mm
Angle du tube de selle : 72,5°
Angle du tube de direction : 71,5°
Longueur de la potence : 100 mm
Largeur du guidon : 440 mm

XL :
Stack : 635 mm
Reach : 389 mm
Longueur du tube de selle : 610 mm
Longueur effective du tube supérieur : 595 mm
Longueur du tube de direction : 200 mm
Longueur des bases : 440 mm
Empattement : 1060 mm
BB Drop : 70 mm
Hauteur de dépassement : 865 mm
Angle du tube de selle : 72°
Angle du tube de direction : 71,5°
Longueur de la potence : 100 mm
Largeur du guidon : 440 mm

Numéro du fabricant :


430102101

Information d'expédition :


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Contenu :


- 1 x vélo complet tout terrain Vasco GT 28 Select 21.3 - bc Edition

Gewicht:

  • noir-orange/S: 11,5 kg

Versions:

en stock 2 à 7 jours jusqu'à 10 jours pas disponible notifiable
  • noir-orange/S
    2 260,50€
  • noir-orange/M
    2 260,50€
  • noir-orange/L
    2 260,50€
  • noir-orange/XL
    2 260,50€

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by Fernando R.  au 30.09.2021 (modified on 26.11.2021)
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3 de 3 clients trouvaient cet avis utile.

First of all, I must advice that I´m not an expert in mechanichal stuff, but I´m a regular cyclist who rides twice per week in routes ranged from 70 to 100km.
Second, I think I´m not making an illogical step in promoting from a modest alluminium gravel bike to a better (¿or simply a more expensive? No, a better one in almost any aspect) steel bike. I mean, I think my sensations can be useful to other people in a similar position. Often I will compare my previous bike, (PB hereafter), a 1.500 euros, allu frame, sram apex bike, with the new one, the Vasco GT.
Third, sorry If you find my english a little bit weird, I´m spanish speaker. Zero Goethe´s language knowledge :(
Said that, let´s go…
THE WEIGHT
I was afraid about the Vasco GT weight, but It´s not heavy, or to say better, It´s doesn´t feel heavy in any way.
To say more better… It´s a FAST and GOOD CLIMBER bike.
If you came from a carbon bike, you´ll find the vasco GT a heavy weight, obviously, but I´m comparing from my PB (remember, my previous bike), and the Vasco GT is not heavier than an average allu bike, and by any means you won´t feel the steel frame as a ballast.
Before being a gravelist, I was a road cyclist. My PB didn´t incentivate to me to do a full road route, with the vasco GT, after the first test route, I´ve surprised myself thinking in the possibility of enjoying an ocasionally full road route.
With this bike It´s easy to mantain a cruising speed of 35kmh in plains with no effort. For me, 35kmh of cruising speed, is ok.
A negative point comparing to my PB: maybe because the Vasco GT reach is longer, or because any other reason, when I need to push up the handlebar in order to face a bump and minimize the impact and preserve more control over the direction, I must do a significative more effort. Then you realice how many times you do that gesture by minute.
THE SADDLE
I don´t like the Selle Italia Vivo, it´s looks like and it´s feels like a saddle suitable for a touring bike (I mean “una bicicleta de paseo”) or an urban bike. I have instantly replaced the saddle with my favorite one, the prologo kappa evo T2.0.
THE GROUPSET
The big question, shimano vs. sram.
My PB mounted a SRAM Apex and I have gotten to know them deeply and learned to love them… to love them so much.
The shimano groupset is more soft, in any way.
Gearing up with the Sram feels more like if a robotic arm were moving so preciselly the derailleur (cruch…cruch…) Gearing down feels and acts like if you will release the string of a drawn bow (tchunk! tchunk!...).
With Shimano I feel, in both gearing up and down, like if an angelical and amorous hands softly were moving the derailleur.
It´s not bad!
A very minor negative issue, the cranks have a touch more limp. Nevertheless they are beautyful.
A more negative issue but also a subjetive one. When the bike advance without propelling the pedals it makes that typical rattle noise of the road bikes. I know is normal, is frequent, all the road bikes seems to do that noise. But my PB with Sram Apex did no noise, any noise, only the noise of the tire rubbing against the ground, a contemplative experience. Oh, my PB…It was a silent bike and how I miss it!
More about the groupset, the gear combinations is fine, I´ve said before that the Vasco GT is a good climber and fast. Climbing a very steepy hill, your tires will lost grip before you´ll lost your breath.
THE TIRES
I don’t like it. Does not reach acceptable levels in any aspect, asphalt (maybe the asphalt didn´t fail at all), sand, gravel, rocks. When stepping on a ground with loose pebbles, the tires drag over (¿above?) these stones that act like bearings causing small unforeseen displacements of the tire. The central tire print is suitable for road but threateningly grippyless out of the road. They are not a total mess and it is my opinion. After years of happy marriage with the Schwalbe marathon racer tires, I´ve given a chance to the Schwalbe 365 GT in the 700x35 size and I can say they work greatly together with the Vasco. Perfect balance between puncture resistance, grip capaticities, weight and rolling resistance. No noise on asphalt, very low resistance at high presures (above 5 psi).
THE BRAKES
I preffer the Sram brakes instead of the shimano ones. The pressure you do over the cranck needs to travel more angle, more displacement, to do the same effect. Also more pression acting with the hand is needed. Is my impression, I need to get used to it but, by the moment, I find the descents a little bit more frenetic and uncontroleable, nothing serious.
THE STEEL
One reason for me to promote from alluminium to steel was the popular opinion about the steel capacities to soften vibrations. And after the first test ride I can say they are right.
It´s like you were hitting strongly a solid wall with a wooden bar (alluminium) or with a bamboo bar, umm… not a bamboo (bamboo is carbon), with a midpoint between rigid wood and bamboo (here is the steel) and the hand that handles the bar is your butt.

OTHER THINGS
The bike handles very very well out of the road and feels excellent in the asphalt.
It’s a beautiful bike in a classic, not vintage or retro, way. Just classic. The light sloope and the general appearance speak about an sportive timeless goodloking bike.
The fiting. I´m about 1,80m. The M size fits me well, perfect. Is a position more focused on endurance than speed or aerodinamic position. I wanna do miles and miles on the back of this horse.
I´m not a bikepacker but the bike is plenty of holes well covered with screws. Doesn´t looks like Frankestein (I´m thinking about the Genesis Croix de Fer bike forks).
CONCLUSION
Except the saddle and the tires (all are personal, subjetive, issues), the bike is very good. Is a fast, beautifull, comfortable, good climber and well handles bike. I vote 4 star instead of five because the price, the more you pay the more you demand.

AFTER REPORT (four routes after...)
- The shimano brakes are wonderful. Progressive but firm braking, rarely blocks the wheel.
- The original tires, those that I replaced, were fast, also impredictible, some grippyless, but a very fast tires, much faster than the schwalbes (both marathon and 365GT), nothing unexpected, indeed. Actually the cruising speed on plains is above 30kmh or a little bit more.

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