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CyclingTips selected the new TCR Advanced Pro Disc for its recent Road Bike Field Test, a roundup of four top new models for 2021 in the mid-price range. They tested the TCR Advanced Pro Disc 1 model in the Victoria High Country of Australia, calling it “a lot of bike for the money” and praising its “well-rounded attitude and ride quality, low weight, included power meter, wheelset quality and new Fleet saddle”

CyclingTips Tech editor Dave Rome wrote: “The new 2021 TCR Advanced Pro Disc is an obsessively detail-driven evolution over the previous generation. All models in the new TCR Advanced lineup received a healthy helping of aero design to complement the previous light and stiff formula. Weight was further shaved away through the use of new materials, manufacturing processes, and stressing the smallest of details. And even the geometry got a small update, too.”
The detailed review covers all of the technical highlights and updates as well as an analysis of how it performed on the road. Testers appreciated its smooth ride quality, writing: “The chatter coming through the handlebars and saddle is reduced. There are many elements leading to this smoother ride quality, including the frame’s layup, the slender aero post that has some obvious give to it, the handlebar that offers a touch of flex from the flattened top shaping, and of course, the tubeless tyres as stock.”
For more, including a video feature, check out the full review on the CyclingTips website.
And for all the details on the full new TCR range, click here.



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