The Kuota Ultimate Laminatin Technology, known as KULT, mixes superior looks with the best in performance racing. Drawing from the Kredo Ultra, this bike incorporates the Ultra's 3K light carbon fiber along its monocoque frame, in addition to borrowing other items such as the drivetrain and bottom bracket. The front end of the Kult is well known for how stable and reliable a ride it provides. This means the Kuota Kult delivers everything that a rider expects from the bike manufacturer: lots of power while not sacrificing comfort.
Consider that the Kult continues its design where the Kredo Ultra stops, beginning with the frame, which has been designed with topnotch aerodynamic philosophy. The Kuota engineers have spent quite a long time getting the exact details right for decreasing drag and increasing speed, using a softer shape while simultaneously adding to Kuota's superior beauty. The mast for the seat comes almost fully integrated letting the post become reversible so that riders can change from a short distance ride such as those for a time trial, and the longer rides that aren't timed. The internal routing of the cable also adds to the efficiency in aerodynamics inherent with Kuota bikes. BB30 brackets along the bottom equal additional power to the pedals. Added together with the dropouts, which are made of carbon, provide a lightweight feel and shock damping and strength, thus allowing for a very smooth ride on the road. The chainstay on the Kult is asymmetrical, and having the right amount of vertical flexibility gives perfect comfort to the rider when riding for a long period of time.
For bunch sprints, the Kuota Kult rises to the challenge perfectly. The reason behind this is the carbon chassis, made stiff and highly responsive. For sprinters and other powerful riders, this bike is the choice that feels natural for them. Similar to the previous version of the Kredo Ultra, the mast of the seat is partially integrated, so that the pedaling platform can feel firmer. However, in the Kult, the frame, designed more aerodynamically, drives right up through the stub of the carbon fiber seat post rather than connecting to the previous round post, much like the design of the Kredo Ultra. There is a distinction in the bikes made by Kuota, as they are known to be one of the only bike manufacturers to use the largest style of frame tubes available. The Kult does not deviate from this design distinction. Using the largest tubes, especially in the area of the BB30, this bike weighs in slightly more than the Kredo Ultra. However, even by carrying all this extra weight, the Kult as a whole still comes in under the weight of other bikes in its class.
The Kuota Kult is also aesthetically. Its oversized tubes give it a rugged look that is eased up in the geometric design of its core frame. Routing the cables internally allow it to sport a much cleaner look and adds to the performance by enhancing its aerodynamics. At the same time, the cables are protected from the elements of the road.
There are six available models of the Kuota Kult and they provide particular models for both the Spanish and Italian markets. Kuota stands among the top in the world of bicycle manufacturers. It has successfully blended its love of the cycling sport, its role as a leader in technology, and its unmatched understanding its riders’ needs. Because of this, Kuota bikes are in demand by the true racing professionals as well as casual weekend riders.
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