The Scarosso is set apart from the competition by its leading-edge; attributed to the Scarosso AID (Aerodynamic-Identity) Fork. CFD Analysis indicate turbulence regions present at the chainwheel, caused by the cadence of the rider, resulting in parasitic drag.
Scarosso is manufactured in a tailored process and layup schedule. Constructed through expanded polystyrene (EPS) moulding. Preform moulding allows precise, uniform (wrinkle-free) and repeatable execution of the lay-up schedule. Uniform fibers increase strength reducing irregularities.
Scarosso frameset is compatible with Wireless, E-Wire and Mechanical groupsets. For the absolute sleek racing weapon, SRAM AXS or E-Tap is a no fuss fit. The electronic junction box for either SHIMANO Di2 EW-RS910 or EW90, with battery BT-DN110 in located within the down tube. Alternatively, the CAMPGNOLO EPS V4 Interface and Power Unit are mounted in the same location. E-Wire and mechanical groupset cable routing is full internal, regardless of the platform or generation of groupset. No matter your preference, Scarosso is more than capable of the demands.
Scarosso's seatpost is a thing of beauty. This highly-aero mast is securely locked in place with an integrated seatclamp.
Scarosso geometry places the rider in the optimal position for power transfer to the pedals while riding in the most aero efficient posture. This position is then ergonomically enhanced and fine tuned for a good balance of aerodynamic efficiency, comfort and performance.
Scarosso AID Fork reduces parasitic drag by implementing the Tubercle Effect, a phenomenon where ‘bumps’ are placed on the leading edge of an aerofoil to improve the aerodynamic flow. Passive Aerodynamic flow control surfacing
Scarosso design and engineering focused on reducing the interference drag, present between the frame and components. The cable routing is fully internal, only exposed at the exit of the respective component. The stem is recessed into the top tube, inducing the minimum air disturbance. Aerodynamic advances include the top tube and down tube aerocurves, that guide the airflow over the profiles. The front and rear wheel are tucked close to the frame, to induce smooth air transition between components.
Front and rear thru axle dropouts makes wheel removal very quick and greatly stiffens up the frame and fork for both improved steering and power transfer to the rear wheel. The thread on both front and rear dropouts are interchangeable.
SILV-SCAR-RD Scarosso is UCI approved and accredited. "all new models of frames and forks used by licence holders in road (RD), time trial (TT), track (TR) and cyclo-cross (CX) events must be approved on the basis of the Approval Protocol for Frames and Forks available from the UCI website. Approval by the UCI certifies that the new equipment meets the shape requirements set out in the UCI regulation. The use of approved models is permitted in competition from the date of approval. The use of approved frames and forks remains subject to Article 1.3.007"