There really are no other contenders when it comes to the lightest, most competitive and best performing tandems. The fact that Co-Motion makes some of the best performing tandems in the world is no secret. That the groundbreaking sub-30-pound Supremo is built on a steel frame exemplifies their commitment to pushing the envelope further. Just when you think Co-Motion has done it all, think again! For 2015 the Supremo is euqipped with front and rear discs and a newly redesigned carbon fork.
You’ll have to look at tandems made from exotic metals or carbon to find a tandem as light as the new Supremo — matching its performance or the artistry of its construction is completely out of the question. Co-Motion has spent years perfecting the Supremo’s geometry, balance, and its super-strong Reynolds 631 zonally-butted air-hardened steel tubes to concentrate the strength where it is most needed to channel your energy.
Besides the most sophisticated steel tubeset that has ever graced a tandem frame, Co-Motion continues to improve the breed with newly developed components and proven performers. The new Co-Motion Tandem Elite carbon fork provides superb navigation with unprecedented light weight. Clip in and spin the excellent FSA SLK MegaExo crankset, click through the Shimano Ultegra or optional Ultegra Di2 drivetrain, and savor the cool stuff that you had on your wish list anyway. You know you want to.
You’ll be awestruck by the Supremo’s breathtaking acceleration, effortless climbing, and smooth, precise road manners. Riding the Supremo will get your heart racing like climbing into a Formula One race car at Monaco. You’ll be too absorbed in the perfection of performance to notice you’ve gone double the speed limit. Wipe that grin off your face.