Storck Aernario Basic – review
Everything is relative and what German brand, Storck, consider Basic others might count as pretty darned sophisticated. When the top of the Aernario range is represented by a 5.8kg super bike with a £14k price tag, then the £5,200 entry point – the machine we’ve put through its paces – might seem simple by comparison.
Having noted an aero profiled tubeset and aggressive geometry in our ‘first look’ we were eager to spend some quality time with Aernario Basic, a machine dressed in Shimano’s second-from-top electronic groupset, the 6870 iteration of Ultegra, and rolling on Mavic’s Ksyrium Equipe S wheels.
The results of our two-month test period can be found in a detailed review of the Aernario Basic, a machine we tested on the rutted lanes of the UK. You can read our final verdict by following this link.