Canadian bike brand Argon 18 have revealed on their website today the news they have signed a three-year deal with one of the professional teams currently participating in the Tour de France, but they won't be revealing the identity of the team until the end of the race.
The Argon 18 Gallium Pro's innnovative frame design features an adjustable height head tube and offers a balanced ride of comfort and stiffness. A road racer's delight.
Built professionally by myself, Argon frame which retails at £900 is medium which will be good for people around 5ft6 to 6ft1. Dura Ace Shifters, 105 groupset, shimano wheels, fsa bars with Cannondale finishing kit, A chain catcher is fitted and all parts are 2012 spec. Unridden and built because I took the parts of another TT bike and bought a frame to fit the parts to. Steerer uncut. Its a new bike... any questions please ask
Argon 18 is a bike company based in Montreal, Canada and might easily be overshadowed by that other big export from the same country (Cervelo, in case you're guessing). But Argon have been quietly producing really well designed and engineered road bikes and the brand new Gallium Pro is their latest top-end racing bike.