The Razor W features a sporty aluminium frame and carbon fork with comfortable geometry, and it is equipped with superb components and a stylish finishing kit. Vitus fitted it with a Shimano Claris 2×8-Speed groupset, powerful dual-pivot caliper rim brakes and it rolls upon alloy Vitus wheels wrapped in high-grip Kenda Kwick Roller Sport tyres. Ideal for road racing, long-distance endurance events and general fitness cycling, the Razor W is dependable and fun. Feeling a road bike surge forward when you press on the pedals and the excitement that comes from the ease of acceleration – that’s how road cycling should feel. Whether you are stepping over your first road bike or pulling away from lights on a regular commute, the Vitus Razor W delivers that same sensation of speed and freedom. And it never gets old. At every level, a road bike should be nimble and comfortable. It should build confidence with stable handling and be equipped with reliable components. The Razor brings the recognisable sleek lines of a lightweight road bike to the everyday cyclist. A closer look sees a high-quality double-butted aluminium frame paired with a lightweight carbon fork. The traditional rim brakes are easy to maintain and the robust 28mm tyres feel stable and grippy. The addition of mudguard mounts and internal cable routing will protect you and the bike from dirt coming up off the road and the 8-speed Shimano Claris gearing offers plenty of range for encounters with hills. This particular model is equipped with a women-specific Vitus saddle, smaller size range and narrower handlebars. The Razor is an honest, reliable road bike that is a great option for both newcomers to the sport or those looking for something robust and nippy for training and commuting. Key Features: Razor Platform: Sporty, comfortable and durable road bike Frame Material: 6061-T6 Double Butted Aluminium Wheel Size: 700c Intended Use: Road – Performance Sporty looks and a comfortable riding position 6061 T-6 double-butted aluminium frame with carbon fork Tapered head tube and fork steerer Internal cable routing Shimano Claris R2000 drivetrain Vitus wheels and fast, comfortable 28mm tyres Features: Frame: Razor Aluminium, 6061-T6 Double Butted Aluminium, Rim Brake, Internal Cable Routing, Mudguard Mounts, 130mm QR Axle Fork: Razor Carbon, UD Carbon, Tapered Aluminium Steerer, QR, Mudguard Mounts Headset: ACROS Aix 322 R3, Sealed Bearings, OD46, 1 1/8″ – 1 ½”, 41.8 / 28.6 – 52 / 40 Handlebar: Vitus 6061 Aluminium, 72mm Reach, 120mm Drop, XXS:380mm XS:380mm S:380mm M:400mm L:420mm Stem: Vitus 6061 Aluminium, Bar Bore 31.8mm, +/- 7 degrees, XXS:70mm XS:70mm S:80mm M:90mm L:110mm Grip(Tape): Vitus, EVA Cork Wheelset: Vitus, 700c, Rim Brake, HG Freehub, QR Axles F/rim: Vitus Shining, A-X240, 700c, 24 Hole, Eyelets R/rim: Vitus Shining, A-X240, 700c, 28 Hole, Eyelets F/hub: Vitus KT, 515F, 24 Hole, QR R/hub: Vitus KT, GTER, 28 Hole, QR, HG Freehub F/tyre: Kenda Kwick Roller Sport, 700c x 28c R/tyre: Kenda Kwick Roller Sport, 700c x 28c Chain: KMC HG-40, 8 Speed Crankset: Prowheel Ounce, 50/34T, 8 Speed, XXS:165mm XS:165mm S:165mm M:170mm L:175mm Bottom Bracket: Cartridge Square Taper, BSA Threaded, 68mm, English F/brake Set: Tektro R317, Dual Pivot, Long Reach R/brake Set: Tektro R317, Dual Pivot, Long Reach F/derailleur: Shimano Claris R2000, FD-R2000, Braze-On, 2 x 8 Speed R/derailleur: Shimano Claris R2000, RD-R2000, 8 Speed L/shifter: Shimano Claris R2000, ST-R2000-L, 2 x 8 Speed R/shifter: Shimano Claris R2000, ST-R2000-R, 8 Speed Freewheel: Sunrace M66, 8 Speed, 11-32T Saddle: Vitus, Steel Rail Seat Post: Vitus 6061 Aluminium, 27.2mm x 350mm, 12mm Offset Seat Screw: Aluminium 31.8mm, Stainless Steel Bolt Weight: Small: 9kg Built, Tuned and Ready to Ride Rest assured that each bike is fully built and tuned by Wiggle’s team of qualified bike mechanics to ensure your bike arrives in perfect condition. We supply all bikes with a set of plastic pedals, a pedal wrench and a multi-tool kit. Find out which size fits you by clicking the size chart tab. Please Note: Due to ongoing issues in the global bike supply chain, manufacturers may substitute certain component items due to availability. In this situation, they will be replaced with the same quality or better performing parts.