Colnago CX Zero - Disc

Livelo provides you the with the perfect opportunity to test a high quality road bike with the stopping power of Shimano hydraulic disc brakes. Is the CX Zero Disc the future of road cycling? 

A professional level racing frame, proven in the Spring Classics in Europe, the CX Zero Evo strikes a perfect balance between performance and comfort. The most versatile Colnago model, the CX Zero Evo has been developed to meet the demands of cycling in the greatest range of conditions, from the cobbles of Paris Roubiax to the mud of the Belgium winter. 

Colnago's “Classic” geometry is combined with a taller head tube and slightly shorter top tube. This allows a more relaxed position of the shoulders and arms and a more open angle between the torso and thigh for more efficient peddling during even the longest days in the saddle.

The tube shapes of the rear triangle are designed to offer maximum vertical compliance while allowing clearance for up to 25mm tires.

The seatpost is a smaller 27.2mm diameter. 

All of these features promise more rider comfort and less fatigue. Your last mile will be as enjoyable as your first on the CX Zero Evo, on the most epic rides and on the most challenging roads.

Livelo's CX Zeros are a dark charcoal colour with a flat/raw finish. 




The endurance geometry arises from the extent of the steering tube, which is considerably longer than the classical racing. 



Through this part of the frame pass the large part of the forces generated by the cyclist pedaling. Therefore, it should be very durable.



With their form characterized by a prominent fold in the vicinity of the dropouts, the chain stays wagon behave like real shock when subjected to impact the vertical from the road surface.



This part of the rear plays a key role in the comfort of your bicycle. The seat stays join the dropouts to the seat tube, therefore directly transmit the blows received from the wheel to the rider.



This frame is approved by the International Cycling Union and therefore used in all races recognised by the UCI.