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Storck Fenomalist Road Bike Frameset - 2014

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How do you improve upon perfection? We're not sure, but the guru of carbon fiber, Markus Storck, apparently has a pretty good idea. With the Storck Fenomalist Road Bike Frame, Markus took a frame with one of the highest independently-tested stiffness-to-weight ratios in the world, and made it perfectly suited for both mechanical and electronic shift systems. How does it handle? Phenomenally -- pun intended. But really, the Fenomalist is an experience in what hand-built carbon mastery is capable of achieving.

Starting with the carbon, Markus Storck based the construction of the Fenomalist around its proprietary woven carbon fiber. The reasons for woven fibers are stacking. Unlike the uni-directional carbon fibers found in the Scentron, the Fenomalist's woven fibers are oriented on two or more axes. Like it sounds, the fibers are woven, almost like a knit, and accordingly, the fibers handle flexural and tensile loads on multiple axes harmoniously as a collective. So, in even simpler terms, ask yourself a question: What's stronger, a rope or an unwoven collection of rope fibers? In its application, this theory proves to supply more impact resistance, durability, and more importantly, a higher stiffness-to-weight ratio. In fact, upon its introduction in 2011, the independent German testing laboratory, AFBB, concluded that the Fenomalist held the highest stiffness-to-weight ratio of any bike on the market. Now, its only competitor in this field, and by a very slim margin, is the Storck Fascenario 0.7 G2. However, it's worth noting that Storck's testing has concluded that the Fenomalist does feature both a stiffer head tube and bottom bracket than the 0.7 G2.

Let's approach the Storck layup process in a short series of steps. First off, Storck begins the design with 3D CAD imaging. This digital process provides Storck with the precise data and dimensions necessary for the development of the mold. From there, the CFR/UD fibers are soaked in resin and hand-placed into the computer-generated mold. Once placed in the mold, the fibers are heated and pressed into place with an air channeling tool. Afterwards, the fibers are smoothed over by hand, ensuring an unprecedented level of preciseness and detail to the layup.

It's worth noting that the Fenomalist is, in fact, molded in a monocoque. This means that the Fenomalist is comprised of specific modulus carbon fibers throughout the frame, or in other words, it features a one-piece molded construction. This eliminates excess weight by requiring less carbon and resin application at the tube junctures of the frame. As a result, at around 900 grams, the Fenomalist is approaching the halo weight category of the BH Ultralight and Ridley Helium SL.

Moving into frame specifics, you'll find a massive, oversized PressFit BB86 bottom bracket juncture that efficiently transfers power to the rear triangle. And not surprisingly, we see the reoccurring theme at work again of increased weight reduction coming as a result of increased power transfer. At the seatstays, Storck gracefully originates them from a box-section above the brake caliper. And again, this results in increased comfort via vertical compliance, however, it also directly equates to a higher level of lateral rigidity. Additionally, you'll find that the Fenomalist is painstakingly one of the most rider-tuned frames on the market. This is due, in part, to Storck's proportional tubing concept, where every frame size uses adapted dimensions, wall thickness, tube diameter, and tapering to ensure the exactly intended ride quality regardless of size. Rounding out the construction is electronic-specific internal cable routing.

For the fork, Storck incorporated its latest iteration of the trend-setting and award winning Stiletto, the Stiletto 300. The first version of the Stiletto was introduced in 1999, and was widely hailed as the lightest fork on the planet. And while the Stiletto Light only tipped the scales at 280 grams, the 300 gram Stiletto found here is still lighter than most of the featherweight, aftermarket forks. The 300 features a tapered design that's been mated to a carbon reinforced heat tube and a 1-1/8 - 1-1/8 inch integrated headset.

Altogether, these technologies, paired with an unrelenting dedication to hand-built perfection, create a frame that's balanced, lightweight, compliant, and most importantly, fast.

The Storck Fenomalist Road Bike Frame is available in the color White/black and in six odd sizes from 47 to 63cm. Please note that this frame uses a PressFit bottom bracket, a 34.9mm seatpost collar, and a replaceable CNC-machined aluminum derailleur hanger. Additionally, despite being electronic-driven, the frame routing is also compatible with mechanical shift systems.

Tech Specs

Frame Material:
Storck UD CFR
Storck Stiletto 300
Fork Material:
Storck UD CFR
Headset Included:
Bottom Bracket Type:
Cable Routing:
electronic-specific internal
Front Derailleur Mount:
Compatible Components:
Campagnolo, Shimano, SRAM, mechanical, electric
Seatpost Diameter:
31.6 mm
Claimed Weight:
1200 g
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years on frame

sizing chart

Bike size by rider height


Geometry chart

Storck Bicycle


Geometry Chart
Seat Tube Effective Top Tube Top Tube StackReachHead Tube LengthHead Tube AngleSeat Tube AngleChainstay
47 57.0cm
71.0 deg75.0 deg39.9cm
51 50.0cm
72.5 deg74.0 deg39.9cm
55 53.0cm
73.5 deg73.5 deg39.9cm
73.5 deg73.5 deg39.9cm
73.5 deg73.5 deg39.9cm
73.5 deg73.5 deg39.9cm

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bike that fits

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

At 6'3" I struggle to find a bike that fits, no problem with the Storck, the 63 is perfect. This frame is also relatively stiff and with my size and power I don't bend the frame. I recommend this frame any day: