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Gallery: The Argon 18 Gallium Pro of Fabio Aru

It’s one of the most eye-catching bikes in the peloton with it’s metallic deep red paint. No show pony, it also performs brilliantly with a stage win of the 2017 Tour de France to its credit.

Astana Pro Team rider Fabio Aru is riding the 2018 model Gallium Pro and, according to the manufacturer, the colour is “Il Cavaliere” which celebrates Aru’s Sardinian heritage.

Argon 18 say the 2018 Gallium Pro is the company’s lightest frame ever at 794gr in a medium painted frame and including hardware.

“Highlighted by refined tube shape design and new a carbon fiber lay-up, some features of this new model include redesign and optimization of all parts of the frame,” say the company.

“From the new 4 point riveted front derailleur hanger right up to the inner cable routing. Another key aspect is greater tyre clearance enabling use of up to 28 mm tires.”

Frame: 2018 Argon 18 Gallium Pro

Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace 9150

Crank: FSA K-Force

Wheelset: Corima 58mm Jante Carbone

Handlebar: FSA K-Force

Saddle: FSA K-Force light

Fabio Aru’s Gallium Pro is fitted with an FSA seatpost & K-Force saddle.
Note the attention to detail with taped valve bases.
A bike that really stands out in the crowd – Aru’s deep red Gallium Pro with silver trim.
The clean lines of the seatstays on the 2018 Argon 18 Gallium Pro.
The clean cockpit and refined finish of the 2018 model Gallium Pro.
 More than enough stopping power thanks to the latest Shimano Dura Ace brakes and Corima wheels.
Aru’s Gallium Pro with FSA K-Force bar and a Garmin 520 GPS.
Deep Corima wheels set Fabio Aru’s Gallium Pro off perfectly.

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