This article originally appeared on BikeRadar
Today we bring you a second installment of tech coverage from Eurobike's media preview camp. For those who missed yesterday's coverage, here's where to catch up on the latest kit from Scott, Cannondale, Cube, GT, Marin and more!
KTM Revelator Prestige
Comfort is a priority with the new Revelator Prestige
The geometry is the same up front as the previous Revelator (73 degrees) and a 160 mm head tube (on the 55cm model). The wheelbase is around a metre and it's combined with short 405mm chainstays to make the bike nice and responsive in the handling stakes. KTM has steepened the seat angle (75.48 degrees on a 55cm) which it claim this allows for better power transfer as the rider is more ‘above' the cranks. The frame weight is claimed to be around 950g. KTM told us the company prefers to build frames around strength, rather than chasing the lightest weights, as that seems to be the fashion for 2016.
The Prestige bike has a target price (all will be confirmed by Eurobike) of €6,999 for the top flight Dura Ace Di2 model, with the Prime Di2 (Ultegra Di2) €3,999, and the Prime (Ultegra) €3,199, no UK, AUS, or US prices have been set.
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