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Pro Bike: Kristian House's Condor Leggero SL

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Kristian House's prototype Condor Leggero SL

Kristian House's prototype Condor Leggero SL (Image credit: Condor)
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Kristian has been testing the bike since August

Kristian has been testing the bike since August (Image credit: Condor)
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The frame is finished in clear lacquer – professional sweat not included

The frame is finished in clear lacquer – professional sweat not included (Image credit: Condor)
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House uses a Fizik Arione R3 saddle – check out the seatpost nameplate

House uses a Fizik Arione R3 saddle – check out the seatpost nameplate (Image credit: Condor)
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Campagnolo Record 11 EPS takes care of shifting while the purple head unit is for House's SRM

Campagnolo Record 11 EPS takes care of shifting while the purple head unit is for House's SRM (Image credit: Condor)
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The new Leggero SL frame weighs in at 800g – this one's an R&D prototype

The new Leggero SL frame weighs in at 800g – this one's an R&D prototype (Image credit: Condor)

This article originally appeared on BikeRadar

Long-time Condor rider and former British Road Race Champion Kristian House has been testing an R&D version of Condor's newest Leggero frameset – the Leggero SL – since August. Here's a sneaky look at the new frame ahead of its spring launch.

Weighing in at around 800g, the new Leggero SL – Super Light – is designed for mountainous terrain and will cost £2,999 with headset, fork and seat clamp when launched later this year. This latest iteration has been in the works for a year and, like Condor's other carbon frames, the SL uses hand-wrapped and hand-cut carbon rather than being made in a mould. The carbon itself is sourced from Japan.

House's bike is marked as an R&D prototype

Campagnolo's Record 11 EPS groupset fits nicely with the Condor's classy style