The all-new AR aero road bike has arrived. It's not only the fastest road bike we've ever created, it's better in every way than its predecessor. It's also a striking example of form following function, and the inherent beauty of vehicles that purpose-built for speed. So in addition to being ridiculously fast, is the new AR also the most beautiful road bike we've ever created? That's not for us to say. But yes, it is. Check out the gallery and judge for yourself. And be sure to check out all of the details about the new AR here.
The new AR is available with a Shimano Ultegra Di2 drivetrain.
The new AR features an all-new version of our proprietary aero seatpost.
The front-end of the new AR, like the rest of the bike, was designed for maximum aerodynamic efficiency.
If white is more your color, then the new AR has got you covered.
The new AR is all about clean lines and sleek angles.
Some of the new AR bike models come complete with deep-dish Reynolds wheels.
The new AR features a proprietary aero seatpost, and comes with an ultra-stiff and aero proprietary stem—although you can run any stem you wish with the unique semi-integrated front-end system.
The men and women of Rally Cycling are the perfect candidates for the all-new AR, our best road bike ever. Check out the Pro Continental team's latest video, along with a photo gallery of the team’s early season training camp, which showcases Rally riders’ first experiences with the all-new AR road bike.
The all-new AR has arrived. We wanted it to not only be the most aero road bike we'd ever created, but also to climb well, to be comfortable, and to descend like a dream. So we wasted no time in taking them to one of our favorite proving grounds: the iconic Gibraltar Road in the city of Santa Barbara.
There’s never been a better time to treat yourself to a new road bike, or to start road cycling for the very first time. Thanks to the latest advancements in bicycle technology, today’s road bikes are lighter, stiffer, more comfortable, and better performing than ever before. But what bike is best for you?