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Astra: Continued

The Astra model pushes the limits farther than any version before it and does so with a good dose of style. Produced entirely in house by the skilled hands of the Basso staff, the latest version of the Astra model incorporates a great deal of technology that derives from its upper tier siblings and adopts a design that follows a tighter family feeling than ever before.

It's all about the ride

True to its Basso dna the Astra is a thoroughbred racehorse ready to take you further, faster and with more confidence. The straight fork and rear triangle take design cues from their higher tier bretheren on the SV and as such incorporate a similar reactive and responsive handling.

From our hands to yours

Constructed from 100% 3k Torayca High Modulous Carbon Fiber from a blend of T700 and MR60 fibers, the Astra is capable of offering performance on par with its higher tier siblings with the only compromise coming in the form of a few extra grams. Constructed by hand, in house, the Astra, just as the rest of Basso frames, are made to be as beautiful inside as out.

The Basso geometry

Basso developed geometry studied to confer the perfect blend of snappy handling and acceleration and a comfortable position for the long haul.

  • Ice Black
  • Samoa Red
  • Gray Asphalt

Front end integration

The Astra front end was studied together with the stem and carbon spacers to allow a flush and stiff connection between the parts.

This system improves both performance and aesthetics of the front end.

3B Clamp System Gen 2

A totally hidden fixing solution that is invisible on the frame, intertwining technological and aesthetic innovation.

The result is a lightweight, invisible and strong integrated system with three screws, which has been further implemented through the vulcanization of the steel plank. This Basso solution gives the 3B system an anti-vibration function, which improves the riding experience by elevating comfort on uneven and bumpy surfaces.


Every good bike fit starts with choosing the correct frame size for you. This will allow you to benefit best of the bike’s performance and comfort for an efficient riding position.
Seat Tube (A1)450 mm480 mm510 mm530 mm560 mm580 mm610 mm
Top Tube (B)505 mm515 mm525 mm545 mm560 mm575 mm590 mm
Reach (R)374 mm374 mm377 mm383 mm385 mm388 mm389 mm
Stack (S)527 mm527 mm552 mm564 mm591 mm614 mm638 mm
Seat Tube Angle (C)76°75°75°74°73,5°73°72,5°
Steering Tube Angle (D)71,8°71,8°72°72,3°73,5°73,5°74°
Chain-Stay Lenght (E)400 mm400 mm400 mm400 mm402 mm406 mm406 mm
BB to Fork Lenght (F)576 mm576 mm585 mm592 mm590 mm599 mm602 mm
Head Tube (H)125 mm125 mm150 mm162 mm180 mm204 mm228 mm
Handlebar width out/out (M)420 mm420 mm420 mm440 mm440 mm440 mm460 mm
Stem lenght (N)90 mm100 mm100 mm100 mm110 mm120 mm130 mm


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