RRP: £


Your first bike. Your first training ride. Your first century. Your first race. Your first breakaway. Your first win. Where will it take you? As far as you want…

The Razor brings decades of Vitus innovation in frame building and design within the reach of every rider who dreams of smashing their personal barriers, its sleek styling and top-quality components package making it stand out against the crowd.

Its heat-treated 6.61 aluminium frame is made from custom drawn aerospace tubing and triple-butted for optimum stiffness, comfort and light weight. Ideal for epic days in the saddle but ready to answer the call when the hammer drops.

The Razor also offers a full carbon fork to reduce road buzz, an 18-speed Shimano Sora groupset for crisp and reliable shifting, a quality lightweight wheelset for quick acceleration and a Truvativ compact double chainset for the optimum balance of performance and comfort.

Ideally suited for newcomers to road biking, for your personal fitness and training programme or as an Audax or Cyclosportive companion, the Razor raises the bar when it comes to unbeatable value in an entry- to mid-level machine.

Sharp on style and bristling with top-quality components, the Razor is the perfect partner for your first forays into the pleasures of road cycling and for many years to follow.
Razor. Get the edge.


FrameAlloy 6061
ChainsetSRAM ELITA C2.1
Bottom Bracket
ShiftersShimano Sora
Front Derailleur
Rear Derailleur
CassetteSRAM PG950
ChainKMC Z9000
Front Hub
Rear Hub
TyresVittoria Zaffiro
Front BrakeTektro R350
Rear BrakeTektro R350
SaddleVitus Cr-Mo Rail
Weight9.24kg (56cm)


Size (cm) 50cm 53cm 55cm 58cm
Rec. Rider Height (ins)
Rec. Rider Height (cm)
Rec. Inside Leg (ins)
Rec. Inside Leg (cm)
Seat Tube Length
Top Tube Length
Effective Top Tube 525mm 535mm 550mm 570mm
Chainstay Length 406mm 406mm 406mm 406mm
Head tube Length 125mm 145mm 160mm 180mm
Head Tube Angle 72° 72° 72.5° 73°
Seat Tube Angle 74.5° 74° 73.5° 73°
Bottom Bracket Drop
Seat Post Diameter
Bottom Bracket
Front Mech
Rear Axle
Frame Material
Fork Material

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