Why gdp isn’t dead yet
By Brian Laitinen | 05/10/2018 10:01:54One of the great ironies of gdPs death is that it is also its greatest gift to the bicycle industry.
The current state of the market, in addition to its high cost and low production capability, has made the market for components more efficient than ever, and is enabling the creation of a much larger and more diverse group of components.
While some of these components are in high demand, others have been left to languish in the dusty halls of history for the last 50 years.
That is no longer the case, and the first new component for a bike, a new carbon fiber fork, will arrive in the coming months.
This news was announced today at the UCI WorldTour bike meeting in Valencia, Spain.
“We’re thrilled to announce the launch of a new fork that’s a carbon fiber blend,” UCI President and CEO Alejandro Valverde said in a statement.
“It’s an exciting step for the bike industry, a welcome addition to our innovation portfolio, and one that will bring more quality, performance, and value to the marketplace.”
The new fork, which is called a Vue-GDP Carbon, will be offered as a kit in 2018 and the carbon fiber portion will be available for the 2018 Tour de France and the Tour de Suisse, respectively.
UCI has also confirmed that a carbon fork will be used in the Giro d’Italia.
It will use the carbon technology developed in the UCIs carbon fork kit and it will be made by Vue.
UCi has also stated that the Vue Carbon will be sold in three different price ranges.
It is the first time that the carbon fork has been offered for sale outside of the Tour and the Girett, and it is the most expensive bike to date.
This will be the first carbon-fiber fork to be offered for purchase, but there have been other carbon fiber forks available for sale in the past, including the Carbon Carbon.
The UCI says it has developed carbon fiber technology that is much more lightweight, stronger, and durable than carbon fiber that is already used in bike components and also provides the ability to produce more power.
This will allow it to produce higher power levels, as well as a wider range of different frame sizes, from road and track to road and mountain.
It’s also a more aerodynamic design than carbon, which reduces drag and is more efficient in a drag-race situation.
“The UCI is excited to bring this carbon-carbon fork to the market and to share the innovation it is able to offer,” said Marco Giaccarini, CEO of Vue Components.
“With its high performance, durability, and low weight, the Vues Carbon will offer a high level of quality and performance.
We’re looking forward to introducing the UCi’s next generation of carbon-framed, carbon-based products to the cycling community.”