The Storck Aerfast Pro may be an efficient machine, but its an uncommonly engaging one too Marcus Storck’s eponymous company takes all those stereotypical German engineering qualities to NASA-like levels, and the Aerfast’s title is self-explanatory. Form and function
All of the 990g frame’s lines are unfussy and purposeful. The faired-in fork crown, bridgeless teardrop seatstays angled towards the wheel , alloy dropout inserts and ample spacing for wider tyres are all good-looking and practical features.
The seatpost clamp bolt is buried invisibly within the underside of the top tube and seat tube junction, although there is a small gap at the leading edge of the post that will let water in. Everything else is buttoned up tight, with most of the universal cable routing ports unused thanks to the fitting of Di2 on this bike. A side-on shot of the storck aerfast pro Our test bike was a mid-range Aerfast Pro
Storck’s own carbon bar matches a swept-back, flattened top with deep ergonomic drops and an own-brand stem, and the saddle sits atop a Storck carbon Monolink seatpost, a setup that lends itself to clean lines, which is what the Aerfast is all about.
Our bike came with the optional […]