New Lapierre aircode?

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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virenque
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by virenque

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ak47
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by ak47

Good spot. As an ex Aircode owner I must say I really liked this frame. Looks like the successor will be more aero dedicated frame than the gen 1 Aircode.

jefftillack
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by jefftillack

Where did u snap that? I've got a Lapierre Pulsium and couldn't be more impressed with it. But not getting the Aircode still gives me buyers remorse...

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BRM
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by BRM

The url of the picture above points to cyclingnews.
Here you have similar from cyclingweekly >>

http://www.cyclingweekly.com/news/produ ... e-2-329332

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by prendrefeu

I corrected the image above for lens angle/distortion to get a better idea of the frame's shape:

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Looks good.
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