Axiom SLX

titanium, ultrabutted

The Axiom SLX’s superlight tubeset makes getting up all 50 climbs of the latest 600k brevet a lot easier. Plus it offers the smoothest ride of any Seven. The longer the ride, the more appreciated the feel. These factors, along with titanium’s legendary reputation for toughness, make it the perfect endurance bike.

Details

Usage:

Criterium, Road Racing, Fast Group Ride, Solo Ride, Randonee and Endurance

Average Frame Weight:

2.6 lbs.

Tubeset:

Seven's Cirrus™ Ultra-Butted 3-2.5 Titanium

Features and Options Paint and Decals What to Look For

Pricing

Subject to change without notice

Model and KitMSRP
Shimano 105 5800from $5,895
Shimano 105 5800 Discfrom $6,245
Shimano Ultegra 6800from $6,195
Shimano Ultegra 6800 Discfrom $6,495
Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2from $7,645
Shimano Ultegra 6870 Di2 R785from $7,895
Shimano Dura Ace 9000from $7,345
Shimano Dura Ace 9000 Discfrom $7,395
Shimano Dura Ace 9070 Di2 R785from $9,045
Shimano Dura Ace 9070 Di2from $9,345
SRAM Apexfrom $5,645
SRAM Apex Discfrom $6,045
SRAM Rival 22from $5,995
SRAM Rival 22 Discfrom $6,245
SRAM Force 22from $6,345
SRAM Force 22 Discfrom $6,495
SRAM Red 22from $7,595
SRAM Red 22 Discfrom $7,695
Campagnolo Chorusfrom $6,795
Campagnolo Chorus Discfrom $7,195
Campagnolo Recordfrom $7,595
Campagnolo Record Discfrom $7,845
Campagnolo Super Recordfrom $8,095
Campagnolo Super Record Discfrom $7,995
Campagnolo Record EPSfrom $9,845
Campagnolo Record EPS Discfrom $9,845
Campagnolo Super Record EPSfrom $10,545
Campagnolo Super Record EPS Discfrom $10,645
Axiom SL

Basic Build Kit

ForkSeven Stock Carbon
StemSeven Aluminum 3D forged superlight
BarSeven Aluminum 3D forged superlight
PostDeda RS01
Wheel SetMavic Aksium (standard or disc)
TiresMavic
HeadsetRitchey Comp
SaddlePrologo Scratch Pro (Men's) or Selle Italia SLS Lady Kit Carbino Flow (Women's)
BrakesGroup Matching Road Caliper or TRP Spyre Disc

Sevens can be built with your choice of components. For details and price quotes, please contact your retailer.

“The Seven climbs like a mountain goat, the pedalling feels smooth and effortless.”
—Michael W., Australia