Gallium Pro Disc 15th Anniversary Edition

15 years of innovation, packed into one frame

New Model | In 2005, the Gallium Pro introduced a new way of thinking about pro-level carbon frames. We were convinced that one frame could be light enough for World Tour mountain stages, stiff enough for bunch sprints, and comfortable enough for epic group rides. We’ve proven ourselves right time and time again – five times, in fact, from the first Gallium right up to today’s 15th Anniversary Edition. But we’re not willing to stop there – our racing pedigree doesn’t let us rest easy. 

*All pictures featured on this page are for illustration purpose only. Actual bike specs may vary depending on the country and build options available.

Celebrate the past by moving forward! 2020 marks the 15th anniversary of the Gallium line. To commemorate this anniversary, we look to the future and launch a limited edition of a new Gallium Pro disc. The new Gallium Pro Disc uses graphic elements from the very first Gallium, such as Gervais Rioux’s signature and the brand’s 2005 logo. But this artwork is also the result of our learnings from custom paint jobs we have done for some of our pro athletes’ bikes. It was important for us to transfer these learnings on to bikes from our regular line-up.
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Weight savings

160g weight savings: on a disc frameset already light by industry standards

New fork

New fork for DT Swiss type thru axle: corner-carving performance with industry-standard compatibility

Direct-mount rear derailleur

User-friendly, smooth shifting even at top speeds.

30mm tire clearance

Comfort without compromise

World Tour proven geometry

A race-ready fit suitable for all riders

Limited Edition 15th Anniversary graphics

graphic elements from the original 2005 version combined with a unique paint job that will stand out in any group ride

Optimal Balance System

Lightweight, stiff performance with muti-stage comfort

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