Redline Conquest Team Frame

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Redline Conquest Team Frame


3rd generation Conquest carbon frame with MSD (Multi-Space Design) allowing the use of either 130mm or 135mm rear wheels. Press fit 30 bottom bracket shell, Di2 ready. Tapered headtube for use with Zero Stack 1-1/8"-1.5" headset (included). Can be built with Canti or Disc brakes (140mm Post Mount Rear).


  • 1-1/8"-1.5" taper threadless steerer tube
  • For use with Cantilever or Disc brakes
  • Bottle cage bosses
  • Dark Grey with red & white logos
  • Fork is not included

Note: The frame requires a 31.6mm seat tube ID (uses 34.9 front derailleur clamp).

On the high-end carbon side, the carbon Conquest Team and Pro model remain the only carbon disc-ready cyclocross frames we know of to come complete with canti bosses and standard 130mm rear wheels. To achieve this, Redline opted for 130mm rear spacing, giving customers an option to utilize their existing race wheels, while still allowing the option to move to disc brakes simply by changing the fork and swapping wheels. For current Conquest Team or Pro owners, Redline has in-house wheel building to help meet the relatively unique need for 130mm disc rear wheels, using Novatec or White Industry 130mm rear disc-compatible hubs.

The Conquest Disc and carbon Team and Pro all receive an updated graphics package, complete with a bold new head badge logo, but underneath the new makeup on the carbon frame are some subtle changes for 2014. Redline, like many other companies and custom builders we’ve talked to, has moved from BB30 to PF30 (Pressfit 30) bottom bracket shells, saving weight and eliminating tremendous sensitivity to manufacturing tolerances.  The company has also moved to a one-piece rear chainstay/seatstay junction, avoiding the bolt in this area.

You won’t notice it in the bike shop, but if you were able to peer inside the tubes, you’ll see another small change, Redline has moved to an internal mold inside the tubes in order to further smooth out the inside surfaces of the tube shapes, making internal cable routing even easier.

One last change? A prominent UCI approved sticker, giving you the green light to win in Louisville.


Rider Height Bike Fit Chart


Frame Size

4'10"  -   5'1"

       48 cm

5'0"    -   5'3"

       48 - 50 cm

5'2"    -   5'5"

       50 - 52 cm

5'4"    -   5'7"

       52 - 54 cm

5'6"    -   5'10"

       54 - 56 cm

5'9"    -   6'0"

       56 - 58 cm

5'10"  -   6'2"

       58 cm










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  • 5
    Great CX bike for Grand Fondos

    Posted by Mark Haught on 15th Aug 2016

    The Bike looks great and handles superbly. The staff at Texas Cylesport made sure all my questions were answered and they delivered my bike frame on time.

    Grand Fondo-Winthrop WA...Here I come!