RRP: £1599.99


ALL NEW for 2016 the Energie PRO redefines performance and raises the stakes as a built for purpose professional level cyclo-cross race bike! With increased mud clearance; reduced frame weight and SRAM’s all new Rival 1 CX groupset; internally routed cables and hydraulic disc brakes the NEW Energie PRO will ensure you maintain control in any race day situation!

The Energie PRO is our high end full carbon cyclo-cross race bike – designed specifically to meet the demands of all out CX assaults! This new high performance full carbon frame features increased stiffness and tyre clearance making this a phenomenal bike for back country roads and forest parks alike. When you take into consideration that numerous Pro Tour teams use cyclo-cross bikes during the early season Classics races you can really appreciate the potential and diversity that this bike can offer!

The Energie VR features the new CX specific SRAM Rival 1 groupset including hydraulic disc brakes; WTB CX Team i19/Formula wheelset and Vitus finishing kit to complete the package.

High-Modulus T700 HM-UD Carbon Frame & Fork
For 2016 we have gone all out to increase performance on many levels of our flagship carbon CX bike – most importantly upgrading the bike to feature through axles front and rear and reducing the frame weight by 200g!

The rear axle configuration is adaptable from 142mm x 12mm through axle to 135mm x QR via interchangeable dropouts which can be purchased separately. The Energie Pro frameset features a High-Modulus T700 HM-UD Carbon construction for superior strength to weight. Full internal cable routing has been specifically designed to prevent ingress of mud and water and to increase comfort when shouldering the bike during racing. A High-Modulus T700 HM-UD full carbon fork features a tapered carbon steerer and beefed-up fork blades to ensure precise tracking and steering with the ability to handle the rigours of competitive cyclo-cross racing.


FrameHigh-modulus T700 HM-UD carbon
ForksHigh-modulus T700 HM-UD, Full carbon
ChainsetSRAM Rival 1
Bottom BracketSRAM GXP
ShiftersSRAM Rival 1
Front Derailleurn/a
Rear DerailleurSRAM Rival 1
CassetteSRAM PG-1170
RimsWTB Frequency CX Team i19 TCS
Front HubNovatec Disc Brake
Rear HubNovatec Disc Brake
SpokesDouble butted stainless
TyresWTB Cross Wolf TCS
Front BrakeSRAM Rival 1
Rear BrakeSRAM Rival 1
HandlebarsVitus compact
HeadsetToken A83M-15
SeatclampVitus bolt
Weight8.83kg/19.47lbs (size 54cm)


Size 50cm 52cm 54cm 56cm 58cm
Rec. Rider Height (ins) 5’3″ – 5’5″ 5’5″ – 5’7″ 5’7″ – 5’9″ 5’9″ – 5’11” 5’11” – 6’1″
Rec. Rider Height (cm) 160cm – 165cm 165cm – 170cm 170cm – 175cm 175cm – 180cm 180cm – 185cm
Rec. Inside Leg (ins) 27″ – 29″ 29″ – 30″ 30″ – 31″ 31″ – 32″ 32″ – 33″
Rec. Inside Leg (cm) 68cm – 74cm 74cm – 76cm 76cm – 79cm 79cm – 81cm 81cm – 84cm
Seat Tube 500mm 520mm 540mm 560mm 580mm
(A) Effective Top Tube 525mm 535mm 545mm 560mm 575mm
(G) Reach 384.51mm 386.46mm 388.19mm 393.94mm 398.204mm
(F) Stack 524.33mm 536.04mm 547.36mm 560.71mm 578.27mm
(D) Chainstay 425mm 425mm 425mm 425mm 425mm
(E) Head Tube 115.2mm 125mm 135mm 145mm 160mm
(B) head Tube Angle 70.5˚ 71.0˚ 71.5˚ 72˚ 72.5˚
(C) Seat Tube Angle 75˚ 74.5˚ 74˚ 73.5˚ 73˚
Bottom Bracket Drop 53mm 55mm 55mm 57mm 57mm
Wheelbase 1020.8mm 1021.1mm 1021.8mm 1026.1mm 1030.9mm
Seat Post Diameter 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm 31.6mm
Bottom Bracket 68mm BSA 68mm BSA 68mm BSA 68mm BSA
Headset IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34 IS42/28.6 • IS47/34
Front Mech Braze on Braze on Braze on Braze on Braze on
Rear Axle 142mm x 12mm Thru axle QR 142mm x 12mm Thru axle QR 142mm x 12mm Thru axle QR 142mm x 12mm Thru axle QR 142mm x 12mm Thru axle QR
Frame Material Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon
Fork material Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon Torayca®T700 HM-UD Carbon


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