Argon 18 Bikes
The Canadian bike manufacturer Argon 18 is known for its high-end range of road, triathlon, TT, and track bikes. It is involved in the sport of cycling, and has a racing pedigree. It’s known for innovative design that maximise performance. At BikeExchange we have a full range of Argon 18 bike for sale from bike shops and private sellers across the US.
Argon 18 Bikes
Argon 18 Bikes
Argon 18 is a Canadian manufacture of bikes that’s based in Montreal. It has a strong connection with the sport of cycling, not least because its founder is the former professional cyclist Gervais Rioux. He started the company in 1989 when he bought a bike shop at the end of his racing career. Over the next decade the business remained a bike shop, but it gained a reputation as being a leader in the industry.
A turning point for Argon 18 came in 1999 when it presented its first bike at Interbike, North America’s largest bike show. The focus for the company then was carbon fiber frames, and it released its first full carbon fiber bike in 2001 – it hasn't looked back since.
In 2005 the company launched the Gallium Monocoque, but it was in 2006 that the company started to gain real international recognition. This was thanks to professional triathletes Samantha McGlone, Torbjørn Sindballe and Bella Comerford. They all rode Argon 18 bikes, and each became a world champion in their respective disciplines that year.
Success continued on the track and then in 2008, Argon 18 won the Eurobike Design Award for its E-114. This was the bike that first introduced the world to the Oneness Concept - a design with a streamlined handlebar and integrated virtual stem.
Other technical innovations followed, including the patented 3D system. The company was also building its reputation in the sport of cycling. It continued sponsoring top triathletes through the 2000s, and got involved in road racing, sponsoring a number of teams including the Spidertech Pro Continental Team.
In 2014 Argon 18 took this a stage further with the formation of the Tour de France-competing BORA - Argon 18 World Tour team.
Today, Argon 18 bikes are available in 60 countries. A great selection is available here on Bike Exchange, the marketplace for everything bike.
Argon 18 Product Range
Argon 18 manufacturers premium-level bikes for cycling enthusiasts, racers, and professional cyclists. The bikes are split into categories:
• Argon 18 Road Bikes - this includes the Gallium, Krypton, and Radon ranges of bike.
• Argon 18 Aero Road - the Nitrogen range of bikes are designed to cut through the wind as quickly as possible.
• Argon 18 Triathlon Bikes - it all started with the E-114. Today's range includes the E-119, E-117, and E-80 range of bikes.
• Track - handling and aerodynamics are the main features of Argon 18's Electron range of track bikes
• Argon 18 TT - the revered and respected E-118
• Argon 18 Junior bikes - the Xenon range
Argon 18 also offers a small range of cycling accessories.
Argon 18 Sponsorship
Argon 18 has been involved in the sports of road racing and triathlon since it first started making bikes. Today the flagship team is the BORA - Argon 18 Pro Continental Tour de France team. It was formed in 2010, although the partnership with Argon 18 didn't begin until 2015. It is, therefore, a young team, but it is starting to see success.
Argon 18 also sponsors Jelly Belly Cycling, Silber Pro Cycling, Team Virtu Pro-Veloconcept, Skydive Dubai Pro Cycling, Team Clif Bar Cycling, the Danish National Track Cycling Team, and SAS - Macogep - Acquisio Propulsee Par Mazda.
Argon 18 Bikes for Sale
At BikeExchange, we bring the marketplace to your computer or mobile device. We offer a wide assortment of Argon 18 road, triathlon, TT, and track bikes for sale by independent bike shops and private sellers from all over the United States. Depending on the retailer and the product, you can make a purchase in one of several easy and convenient ways:
Click & Collect: Pay online and make arrangements to pick up the bike at the retail shop.
In-Store: Contact the retailer directly to make your own payment and collection arrangements.