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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.

Everything’s relative: what Storck call Basic others might consider pretty darned sophisticated

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.

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