Gallium Pro Disc

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Destined for glory: designed for the pro peloton, the Gallium Pro Disc offers premium-level performance with classic road race geometry and handling. The original thoroughbred, now with the confidence and power of disc brakes.

Build options:
SRAM RED eTap AXS $8,500
SRAM Force eTap AXS $7,500
Frameset $3,500
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Color: Carbon Blue Monday

All images on this page are used for illustrative purposes only. Actual bike specifications may vary depending on country and assembly options available. Please refer to the Features and Configurations section below for options available in your region.

Destined for Glory

In 2005, the Gallium Pro introduced a new way of thinking about pro-level carbon frames. We were convinced that one frame could be light enough for World Tour mountain stages, stiff enough for bunch sprints, and comfortable enough for epic group rides. We’ve proven ourselves right time and time again – five times, in fact, from the first Gallium right up to today’s Pro Disc edition. But we’re not willing to stop there – our racing pedigree doesn’t let us rest easy. Worthy heir of a multiple stage winner in the Tour de France, the Gallium Pro Disc is ready to take you to the podium.

Ideal for

A purebred racer, the Gallium Pro Disc offers a blend of stiffness and comfort that's quick off the mark, sharp on the turns and precise in the bunch.

Core Technologies

3D

Argon 18’s proprietary 3D System is an integrated solution that extends the headtube for more positioning options.

Road Race Geometry

Our road race geometry is designed around the razor-sharp reflexes and precision handling required for racers of all levels.

Argon Fit System

Argon Fit System is designed to provide riders of all sizes with consistent performance and optimal positioning.

Pro Level Layup

We leave no room for compromise when we build bikes for the most demanding and passionate cyclists.

Features & Configurations

Max tire size

30mm

Max rim size

28c

Fork Length (Axle-to-crown)

37.5cm

Fork Rake

4.3cm

BB standard

BB86

28C (30mm) Tire Clearance

For optimal comfort and compatibility

27.2mm Carbon Seatpost

Offers adjustable offset for optimal fit, compliance, and comfort in all riding conditions

Inlaid Chainsuck Protector

Protects the carbon chainstay against wear from the chain's movement

NAILD Thru Axle

FR: 12mm x100 / RR: 12mm x142

Configuration
MSRP
Colorway
Frame
Fork
Seatpost
Headset
BB
(Bottom bracket)
Front derailleur
Rear derailleur
Crankset
See crankset measurements
Cassette
Chain
Wheelset
Tires
Brakes
Rotors
Brake levers
Shifters
Handlebar
See handlebar measurements
Stem
See stem measurements
Bar Tape
Saddle
SRAM RED eTap AXS
$8,500
Carbon Blue Monday
Gallium Pro Disc
Gallium Pro Disc specific
Argon 18 – TDS Race Carbon 27.2mm (included with frameset)
FSA 37 + 3D + w/ TH881-1
SRAM DUB PF 86.5 Road
SRAM RED eTap AXS
SRAM RED eTap AXS
SRAM RED AXS DUB 48/35
SRAM RED AXS XG 1290 10/28
KMC X12 NPNP
ENVE - Foundation 45
Vittoria Corsa TLR G+ 700x25c
SRAM RED
SRAM CenterLine XR Centerlock FR: 160mm RR: 140mm
SRAM RED eTap AXS
SRAM RED eTap AXS
FSA SL-K SCR Compact
FSA OS-99
Ciclovation LEATHER TOUCH Tornado Gloss
Prologo SCRATCH-M5 NAK 140
SRAM Force eTap AXS
$7,500
Carbon Blue Monday
Gallium Pro Disc
Gallium Pro Disc specific
Argon 18 – TDS Race Carbon 27.2mm (included with frameset)
FSA 37 + 3D + w/ TH881-1
SRAM DUB PF 86.5 Road
SRAM Force eTap AXS
SRAM Force eTap AXS
SRAM Force AXS DUB 48/35
SRAM Force AXS XG 1270 10/28
KMC X12 NPNP
ENVE - Foundation 45
Vittoria Corsa TLR G+ 700x25c
SRAM Force
SRAM CenterLine XR Centerlock FR: 160mm RR: 140mm
SRAM Force eTap AXS
SRAM Force eTap AXS
FSA SL-K SCR Compact
FSA OS-99
Ciclovation LEATHER TOUCH Tornado Gloss
Prologo SCRATCH-M5 NAK 140
Frameset
$3,500
Carbon Blue Monday
Gallium Pro Disc
Gallium Pro Disc specific
Argon 18 – TDS Race Carbon 27.2mm (included with frameset)
FSA 37 + 3D + w/ TH881-1

Geometry

XXS44-46
XS47-50
S51-53
M54-56
L57-59
XL60-62
A
Seat tube Height
cm
42.0
45.5
49.3
53.0
56.5
59.5
B
Seat tube angle
deg
75.5
74.5
74.0
73.5
73.0
72.5
C
Head Tube Angle
deg
71.0
72.0
72.7
72.7
72.7
73.0
D
Top tube length
cm
49.9
51.9
53.9
55.9
57.7
59.6
E
Chain stay length
cm
41.5
41.5
41.5
41.5
41.5
41.5
F
Wheelbase
cm
97.0
97.3
98.1
99.7
101.0
102.1
G
BB Drop
cm
6.5
7.0
7.5
7.5
7.5
7.5
H1
Head Tube Length 3D (0mm)
cm
7.5
8.5
11.0
14.0
16.5
18.5
H2
Head Tube Length 3D (15mm)
cm
9.0
10.0
12.5
15.5
18.0
20.0
H3
Head Tube Length 3D (25mm)
cm
10.0
11.0
13.5
16.5
19.0
21.0
I
Stand Over Height
cm
67.4
70.0
73.0
76.4
79.4
82.0

Fit

(Stack and Reach)

XXS44-46
XS47-50
S51-53
M54-56
L57-59
XL60-62
J
Stack 3D (0mm)
cm
47.4
49.2
52.3
55.2
57.5
59.6
J
Stack 3D (15mm)
cm
48.8
50.6
53.7
56.6
59.0
61.0
J
Stack 3D (25mm)
cm
49.8
51.6
54.7
57.5
59.9
62.0
K
Reach 3D (0mm)
cm
37.4
38.2
38.9
39.5
40.1
40.8
K
Reach 3D (15mm)
cm
36.9
37.7
38.4
39.1
39.6
40.4
K
Reach 3D (25mm)
cm
36.6
37.4
38.1
38.8
39.3
40.1
Saddle Height Min
cm
54.0
57.5
61.3
65.0
68.5
71.5
Saddle Height Max
cm
74.0
77.5
81.3
85.0
88.5
91.5
Standover Height is measured with 700x23c tires

Reviews

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J’en possède un depuis 5 ans.

By Beaudoin Bergeron from CA, Québec
Jun 12, 2022
La rigidité et la stabilité sont impressionnantes.

This bike makes my body weight feel heavy :-(

By Dennis Basil from MY, Selangor
Oct 1, 2020
The bike is so light and stiff, that relatively my body weight feel heavy... Good handling and power transfer is marvelous.

Smooth, stable, responsive, and powerful

By Drummond Lawson from CA, British Columbia
Aug 24, 2020
This is an excellent bicycle. It strikes a beautiful balance between calm speed on the flats, responsive power on long climbs, and comfortable, stable descending. I just built up a Gallium Pro disc frameset running di2 and enve 3.4 wheels and am in love with the performance. My previous bike was a Scott Foil team issue - also a nice bike - but the trade has been a big step forward in ride quality. The frame balances power transfer, compliance, and light weight. And the descending confidence is superb - on my first ride I returned home to learn I'd set a KOM on a high-speed switchback segment on one of the local mountains.