Guerciotti Eureka SHM50 Black and Orange


Guerciotti Eureka SHM50 Black and Orange

The official Team CCC Sprandi frameset used in the Giro D’Italia, together with the Eclipse 64-14.

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Guerciotti Eureka SHM50 Black & Orange


The Eureka SHM50 is manufactured with a composition of carbon material composed with 75% 30 tons High Modulus IMS60 carbon pre-peg + 20% 46 tons Ultra High Modulus HS40 Carbon Pre-Peg+ 5% 60 Tons Super High Modulus XN-60 Carbon Pre-Peg.

The material system applied includes a high performance composite material technology and special graphite fibre and epoxy resin. The same system is commonly used in aeronautics, aerospace and automobile industry.

The Eureka SHM50 is made with an innovative process called Advanced VaBm+EPU, this ensures a high level moulding process, thanks to a unique technology that ensures essential feature like:

Light weight and extremely high values of STW (Stiffness To Weight). The system Advanced VaBm (bladder moulding process under vacuum control) is a process where the air inside the carbon layers will be pumped out during the moulding process. The stiffness and strength of carbon frame with VaBm increases around 3% compare with the regular bladder moulding without vacuum control.

Appyling the system EPU (Expanded PU Shell) inside the lugs such as bottom bracket, a headset tube, seat lug, it will increase the strength of the carbon frame to around 3-5%. The result of these working systems culminates into a superior impact absorption of the frame for comfort riding, at the same time maintaining an excellent acceleration and response from the bike. In 2016 Guerciotti was proud to have been the official sponsor of the Team CCC Sprandi frameset, together with Eclipse 64-14.

About Guerciotti

In 1964 Paolo Guerciotti founded the Guerciotti company in the heart of Milan.  It was located in a street close to Buenos Aires, one of the most important shopping streets of Milan.  Guerciotti is the most prominent bicycle brand in Milan.   It embodies the history (over 50 years of success), the tradition, the passion and the achievement of numerous goals thanks to the efforts and hard work of the Guerciotti team.


This embodies the R&D of Guerciotti including design and the realisation of all the high spec products within the range.   Conceptualised in 2011 this project has permitted Guerciotti to introduce a high specification product into the range with the Eclipse being the pinnacle thereof.   Previously, the NO LIMIT CARBON ENGINEERING has focused on the production of a tube to tube high specification frameset.   The project has now expanded into the production of monocoque frames with one purpose in mind i.e. searching for new design and performance solutions which allows professionals and cycling enthusiasts to get a winning product.

Today the pinnacle of the product range include the Eclipse 64-14 and the Eureka SHM50.  All products conceptualised by the NO LIMIT CARBON ENGINEERING maintains Italian quality and design, use premium raw materials available in the market, innovative production technology and undergo rigorous testing and quality control.

In 2017 the Eureka DX50 was introduced into the Guerciotti portfolio with an aero design.  The Eureka showcases the most advanced technology.

Integrated Brakeset System

This is a new system of brakeset, integrated in the frame and fork.  This system has been utilised in both the Eureka SHM50 and Eclipse TT.

Please note: This bike is Black and Orange. Delivery is Free and will be 5-7 days

Bike Details

Guerciotti Eureka SHM50 Black and Orange

GroupsetShimano dura-ace 9070 11v Di2
PedalsTime Xpresso Carbon
SaddleSelle Italia SLR
Seat PostEureka SHM50
StemDedaelementi Zero 100
HandlebarDedaelementi Zero 100
WheelsCampagnolo Bora One
TyresTubolari Vittoria Corsa Graphene
Bottle CageElite

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