Introducing the Parlee Altum R

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Just as we set up this bike it started to drizzle, but that took nothing away from this beautiful bike.
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The front end of the Parlee Altum R allows for different rider stack options.
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The bike at the show was set up nicely at the high end with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components and Enve Composites wheels.
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The seat cluster of the Altum R is very clean.
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Parlee's logo is on the underside of the downtube, so be sure to table top it when riding past a cycling posse.
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The view from above shows a second color on the inside of the rear triangle. The grey seen there is roughly the paint offering of the other stock color of this bike.
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The drizzle stopped fast but had left its marks. But the Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 derailleur ain't scared of a bit of water.
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The cable port is very clean on the Altum R.
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Previously the fork on the Z5 was an Enve one, but this one is a Parlee fork.
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A Fizik saddle on top one of the Parlee post offerings. The other one is straight.
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A Shimano Dura-Ace crank completes the component package.
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Another look down the lines of the Parlee Altum R.
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