The E740 represents the lightest frame ever made by Guerciotti.

What had been achieved with Eclipse 769, which was considered one of the lightest chassis in circulation, with this new product of NO LIMIT CARBON ENGINEERING something extraordinary has been achieved. With the creation of a monochrome frame made in a single print (the same process used for the creation of Eureka Air), thanks to the full EPS technology, it has been able to reach a chassis with extreme lightness and high performance.

 

The E740 is made of Torayca carbon fiber: T1000, T900 and T700. The use of these fibers in various percentages and in various areas of the frame allows for a lightweight frame and at the same time extremely rigid. The E740 is therefore an ultra-lightweight, responsive and durable chassis. At the same time it maintains high levels of stiffness and rideability, even in the most difficult downhill.

Reducing the volume of the chassis pipes was crucial to achieving the weight you wanted to prefigure.

The solution of a 27.2 seat hose and a press fit 86.5x41 box allow for this blend of lightness and stiffness.

Lightness is not all: E740 has been subjected to 30% higher loads to current regulations, using different fibers and adding carbon to those areas that are more delicate and subject to breakage so that a 60 can also be achieved while ensuring safety in Chassis seal. So today even runners of a certain weight and height can ride on a superleggera (super light).

The E740 is the perfect bike for those who want to climb the hardest mountains.

 

Carbonated sheepskin with cable exit system behind the forearm. This allows for greater rigidity of the frame.

Vertical hinges with slimmer sections than previous models in order to reduce the weight further, but not to the detriment of stiffness. 

 

Cable transfer system to have a cleaner aesthetic frame, but also brings benefits to overall weight. 

 

 

The E740 fork does not include the integrated Guerciotti ISF system. With the E740, a classic solution for ultralight weights was preferred, but adopting a 1-1 / 2-diameter fork meant to ensure the highest levels of stability and rideability of the bicycle.