Thursday, 11 October 2012

Sneak Peek at The New Quella Signature Range



The brand new Signature range, is now ever closer. Designed by the way we ride and not just on aesthetics like many others in the market today. Each component has been hand selected by the Quella team to give an unrivaled riding experience. From the re-designed lightweight and strong Cro-mo 4130 frame set to the slick new First Components DT1 Crank set, whether riding on the city streets or setting a new PB on the track the Quella Signature will not disappoint.

PZ Race aero bars allow both casual and time trial style riding and we've also introduced our deeper 50mm track rims for a smoother ride.
It’s all about the personal touch with Quella, and with hand building each and every bike in our Cambridge workshop, if there is a certain frame colour you've been longing for and can’t find, maybe a Pearlescent Pink of a Raw Gold the chances are Quella will be able to do it for you!

Now here is your sneak peek at the specification. 


Frame and Fork
Quella CRMO 4130 Track
Saddle
Velo Track
Crank-Set
First Components DT1. CNC 48T x 170mm
Stem
Uno 3D Forged aluminium 90mm
Bottom Bracket
First components. Sealed cartridge
Head-set
First components. Threadless
Chain
KMC. HP1 Series
Hubs
Flip/flop 16T
Brakes
-lever
-calliper

Ducas. Forged alloy
Alhonga.  Dual pivot melt forged alloy, road
Rims
Quella.  50mm deep V track
Handle bar
PZ Race. Aero bar 400mm
Tires
Kenda Koncept


Keep an eye out over the next couple of weeks for the ACTUAL bike in all it glory.

We will be taking pre-orders from the beginning of November with delivery before Christmas...now isn't that convenient. Price point is in the region of RRP £359 but getting into the Christmas spirit there will be a very festive discount on all orders made by the end of November. 

For anything else give us a call or drop us an email. It all happens here www.quellabicycle.com


8 comments:

  1. About time we got a look at this bike, don't you think? ^_^

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  2. Images will be available when launched for pre-order. I'm afraid you'll have to hold your horses for a couple more weeks.

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  3. When's the pre-order launch?

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  4. When are the bikes out?

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  5. Also, your clock is set to GMT-7!

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  6. We are quite literally assembling the new machine as we speak. Photos will be taken Wednesday and launch of the bike on the new web site by Friday. Watch this space!

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  7. YEAH!! my hand is hoovering over the pre-order button!!

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  8. erm...its the 15th....where are the pics......and the bike?????

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