The distribution of Storck has changed recently and while the brand may have been off the scene for a while they are on their way back and they have a great looking TT bike and a sweet aero road bike in their arsenal.
Storck is a boutique brand and certainly isn’t aimed at the “bargain” end of the market, but what they are is some of the most critically acclaimed bikes going around.
Renowned for their stiffness to weight ratio and their attention to detail Storck have been a lusted after bike for many years.
Storck won’t fit ever rider or every budget and because those who generally buy Storck bikes tend to do some custom speccing Storck are bringing their bikes in as “frame only” with the final build being done as required by their specialist stockists.
On the TT side of things the Aero 2 is Storck’s locally available option, while for those who are looking for an aero road bike to possibly do it all then the Aernario is Storck’s aero road bike that apart from being light has some impressively clean lines.
Being a custom build will make it difficult to get a test ride on either rig, but after having a look over the Aero2 I’m itching to throw my leg over one.