Chris Dymond Enigma BikesSports car ace Chris Dymond and British high performance bicycle builder Enigma have joined forces.

Enigma will provide Dymond with cycles for use whilst training and may incorporate some competition. Enigma bikes based near Eastbourne, Sussex produce premium hand built cycle frames from titanium, offering outstanding performance and light weight.

“To have a bike manufacture offer their support is fantastic, I’ve been cycling as training for a few years now and the endurance side is the most important part of my regime. The fit is perfect with motorsport, Enigma’s bike’s share many core values with race cars, from aerodynamics to weight saving and of course engineering excellence, with both types machine utilising about 90% the same materials titanium and carbon fibre.” Dymond enthused.

“The bike will certainly turn heads, we took one to Brands Hatch at the end of last year on a track day and everyone stopped talking about the cars on the track, it was about the bike for the rest of day. So in the paddock it’ll defiantly create a buzz.”

“We are very pleased to be supporting Chris for the 2013 racing season. In common with Porsche, Enigma bikes are precision made and finished to an exceptional level so there is a certain symmetry to our association. We hope that the bike helps Chris to achieve his fitness goals for the forthcoming race season” Jim Walker Managing director Enigma bikes

Dymond will ride one of Enigmas Effusion models designed to be a fast sportive or race bike, combining 3AL 2.5V titanium alloy main triangle with a high-modulus 3k carbon monocoque wishbone seat stay. The front forks our Enigmas own Electron full-carbon monocoque model with a 43mm rake. Shimano 6700 Ultegra state of the art group set. Running on Mavic Cosmic Carbone SL aerodynamic wheels.
Dymond who is currently finalising plans for a full season assault on the Porsche Carrera cup GB hope to announce is his plans for 2013 soon.

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Photo by Mark Reilly – Enigma bikes.