The Revelator is KTM's highest performance road race super bike. Stiff high-modulus “Performance” carbon monocoque frame with huge press-fit bottom bracket junction, making it horizontally fast, yet vertically supple enough to keep you fresh and on the gas all day long. Weighting may be required to conform to UCI race regulations.
Carbon 3D Dropouts
Internal Cable Routing
Wheel size: 700c
Groupset: 22sp- Shimano 105
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To read the 5* rated review of the Revelator Prime by Cycling Weekly, please click HERE
To find a hand-built race-ready bike of this calibre is exceptional, let alone a ready-built mass produced bike. Whether on long training rides or high intensity efforts, the Revelator ticks all the boxes, leaving it extremely difficult to criticise.
Read a review of this specific model (2014) done by bike-advisor.com here
The frame has an oval seat tube for increased pedalling stiffness without neglecting a high riding comfort. The seat tube angle is adapted in order to harmonize riding comfort and the correct sitting position. The bended rear triangle makes best bump absorption possible while a tapered head tube assures high steering precision. The stiffness optimized bottom bracket construction in combination with a pressfit BB lead to an unmatched acceleration. Thus every pedal step is transferred directly on the road. The rear derailleur hanger has an integrated cable stopper and the right chainstay has an integrated chainstay protection shield. The cable routing is also integrated and thus protection and a clean lookout assured. The frame is compatible with mechanical and Di2 shifting.
Revelator TK- Performance Carbon Roadrace, Monocoque- Caliper, R:1485
49cm, 52cm, 55cm, 57cm and 59cm
Carbon- Fork F5 Caliper
Shimano 105 5800 Caliper
Shimano 105 5800-11
Shimano 105 5800-GS
Shimano RS500 50-34 Compact
Shimano 105 5800-11 11-32
Continental UltraGrand Prix SL 23-622 folding