Designed by Argon 18 and painted by Colourburn Studio, the frameset features multiple fades of red, black, silver and the blue of the Astana team. Argon 18 have dubbed the custom bike as the Tricolor Gallium Pro ParticuleR.
Astana says the design concept represents Fuglsang's past, present and future, as well as 'showcasing a dynamic of Fuglsang's racing'.
The frontal view of the bike appears to show a completely red bike, representing the national colours of Fuglsang's native Denmark while the Argon 18 decals on the down tube are in the iconic colours of Astana.
Alongside the red and blue of the frameset, a black and silver design is presented in both a fade and sharp split in various areas of the bike.
On the central split design of the top tube, a stencil of Fuglsang's face is halved and paired with a similar stencil of the superhero Iron Man. At the base of the down tube, Jakob Fuglsang's name is presented in a typography design focusing on the Dane's initials.
The frameset is paired with Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 drivetrain components and FSA provides the finishing kit and crankset, which is paired with a Power2Max power meter.
47mm carbon wheels from Corima are paired with tubular tyres from German brand Wolfpack.
For the bikes contact points, Prologo provides the saddles and handlebar tape for Astana and the team opt for Look Keo Blade Carbon pedals.
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