Despite the fact 2015 saw them release the Visioner as a less expensive model, Storck remain a benchmark in cycling for luxury carbon goodness.
They make the sort of bikes that, in days gone by, would have had little boys pressing their faces against bike shop windows just to catch a glimpse of (and, to be honest, bikes that grown men spend far too long gazing at on websites).
Amazingly, though, Storck have managed to surpass even themselves with this special edition bike: the 20th anniversary edition of their Aerfast.
This special Aerfast is a limited edition version of a phenomenal bike, it’s a best of the best, a greatest hits. And it looks amazing
The Aerfast itself was introduced last year as a celebration of Storck’s 20th anniversary as a company, and this special bike is a limited edition version of a phenomenal bike, a best of the best, if you will.
Storck have been making bikes since 1995 when Markus Storck decided to stop work on his current brands and launch an all-new brand bearing his last name.
One thing you may not know is Storck are responsible for a few firsts that are now commonplace in cycling. They made the first all-carbon fork and, in 1998, the first all-carbon cranks, which were the lightest crankset in cycling for more than a decade. That same year they also unveiled a sub-6.5kg bike at Eurobike in the Scenario Pro, and you thought that weight limit busting bikes were a new thing!