Blue Competition

XC Carbon Frameset (CX/Mtb)
Blue Competition XC Carbon MTB is a bicycle designed and manufactured by a group of world  class cyclist. Leading cyclist and multisport athletes and have ridden Blue bicycles to victory in a variety of events including time trial, road races, elite triathlons and cyclocross. Blue Competition XC MTB is a super light hard tail frame mountain bike, the medium frame only weight 1330 grams.

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RC8 Full Carbon Frameset
This is the frame that will be tearing up the UCI road and ITU tri scenes in ’09. New for 2009 is the edition of Blue’s ultra svelte, ultra lightweight C4SL aerodynamic fork with carbon dropouts. Hand built, exclusively shaped Aerus Composites Conquest high modulus tubes and lugs create a ride that will leave you speechless. The Rc8’s unique tube and lug construction adds more strengthening carbon layers where they’re needed most – at the joints – to set a new performance standard for carbon frames.

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RC6AL Frameset
Feauturing a custom drawn, double butted 7005 series aluminum tube set and an Aerus Composites Conquest wishbone seat stay, the Rc6AL is the frame of choice for the athlete that wants it all without breaking the bank. The addition of the of a full carbon Aerus Composites fork. Utilizing Race proven geometries, this lightweight frame offers uncompromising performance, blazing acceleration and amzing comfort.

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RC5AL Frameset
This slight sloping top tube frameset is suited for either long distance riding or short fast criterium racing. The The RC5-AL (road carbon technology aluminum) frame is stiff, fast and light in all the right spots and is made with a super-light 7005 double butted alloy mainframe tubing bonded to an Aerus Conquest� carbon seat stay. 1 1/8 inch, integrated alloy steerer / carbon threadless fork included.

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T-12 Frameset
When Blue Competition Cycles began to design a TT frame, the varieties of fit needed for both road time trial and triathlon were of primary importance. While a typical 74 degree seat tube angle is legal for road time trials, it is limiting for triathlon. Through the use of a three-level adjustable seatpost clamp, seat tube Angle movement can be adjusted forward by as much as 4 degrees, depending in frame size. A great bonus of this frame technology for triathletes is the ability to change the seat tube angle back to a more relaxed position for training rides, and the option for an aggressive forward angle up to 79 degrees, depending on frame size.

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12 Comments »

  1. Aidil Zulhanry said

    i am finding a bike for my friend as he is interested in RC8 Full Carbon Frameset. how much does it cost?

    • jialong84 said

      Hi Aidil,

      Blue RC8 (frame + fork) is retailed @ $2600. However currently we don’t have stock with us. If you want we will place an order for you. Probably have to wait about 2 weeks to a month. In the mean time you might want to consider Eddy Merckx frameset (frame + fork + seatpost). Do come over to take a look at the frameset and discuss further with us.

  2. terence said

    hi might i know how much for the rc6al frame? do u all still sell rc7 by any chance? Am looking to fix a new bike for my friend.

    Thanks in advance

    • jialong84 said

      RC6Al frame kit (Frame + Fork) is still available in small size, last piece offer @ $900 with cash payment. If you need parts to setup on this bike too, let us know, and we will definitely quote you @ a good deal. Do come over to discuss with us further… 😛

      • terence said

        hi thanks for the tempting offer. i will look around first and surely come down one of these day. Thanks.

      • jialong84 said

        No problem man! Take your time to look around too. If you are heading over, you can discuss further with my dad. Otherwise, you can text me @ 81188529 so that we can arrange a timing whereby I will be around to assist you. 😛

  3. Henry said

    Hi may i noe the price for the T-12 complete bike

    • jialong84 said

      Blue T-12 Complete Bike, small offer @ $3200. Do come over to take a look! 😛

  4. Michael said

    Hi,

    I will like to enquire how much is the Triad SL full-bike setup going for?

    Thanks in advance.

    • jialong84 said

      Hey dude,

      I just heard from my dad that you visited our store just now. Is it you? The Traid SL complete bike is retail around @ $12,000++ to $15, 000++ depending on the build options – Sram, or Shimano. If you are keen to get one, do sms me @ 81188529 to discuss further… 🙂

  5. Michael said

    Hi,

    Not sure if you had received my sms last week regarding the Blue Triad SL bike. Would you be available to briefly run through the set-up and the respective costs?

    Thanks and Regards,Michael

    • jialong84 said

      Hey dude,

      I just replied you. Take a look at your email… 🙂

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