Cycling Australia unveil new Argon 18 Electron Pro track bike ahead of World Championships

Cycling Australia officially unveiled their new track bike on Tuesday, which will be used for this week's UCI Track World Championships in Berlin, Germany, and at the Tokyo Olympic Games later this year. The design of the new 2020 Argon 18 Electron Pro naturally combines increased stiffness with reduced drag, but includes a new pursuit fork that the Canadian bicycle manufacturer claims reduces drag by 30 per cent compared to the previous iteration's fork.

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