A SWIFT race sends Henri home with an Olympic Bronze Medal

To win an Olympic Medal of any colour, takes a massive amount of training, some luck and of course, the right tools. So when Henri Schoeman decided to win the bronze medal at the RIO games, he thought it best to go with an SA born and bred brand SWIFT

We look at the bike to see if there is an engine it in. Only kidding, the way Henri is riding these days, he looks like a machine. They always say its not the bike but the athlete. That is true but when all the athletes line-up to start and they are equally as talented and as fast, then it starts to become more about the bike.

SWIFT have a uber cool steed in the form of the HYPER-VOX. If its good enough for Henri, its definitely good enough for you

charles@swiftcarbon.com will show you where to find this beauty – you may not race as fast as Henri – but you will sure look as fast!



We resisted making an aero frame for years, not wanting to compromise our signature ride quality. Typically, aero frames sacrifice handling and compliance for a negligible advantage when considering the big picture. For instance, aero seatstays probably offer less of an aerodynamic advantage than a 10mm bar drop, or than a rider with thinner calves, or even just an elbow tuck. The human element has to be considered in the grand equation of bicycle frame performance and a tube that’s not optimally shaped for stiffness or compliance is seldom worth the compromise. However, the pro riders on Team Drapac persuaded us, so we made an aero frame, on our terms. Just as we approach all projects, it’s all about balance and common sense – no gimmicks.

“It’s everything you want from a racing thoroughbred and accelerates like a rocketship.”

– Bicycling Magazine


The frontal area of the head tube and down tube is minimised and smoothed off, while we’ve used a similar style of seat stay to the Ultravox, to retain compliance at the rear. The sculpted BB reduces the surface area of the down tube and makes for maximum power transfer. Carbon tech includes specially prepared Toray and Mitsubishi-Rayon materials, contributing to

the exemplary stiffness and strength, far exceeding ISO testing standards. The UCI approved Hypervox features a custom SwiftCarbon aero seatpost.

The Hypervox in the media: BikeRadar

Materials Toray & Mitsubishi-Rayon
Sizes XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL
Weight ±900g
Wheel Size 700c
Headset 1.1/8”-1.1/2” tapered
Bottom Bracket Shell Width 86mm
Bottom Bracket BB386
Seatpost SwiftCarbon Aero
Seatclamp Custom
Front Mech Mount Type Braze on
Dropouts 9mm (f) / 10mm (r) (QR)
Axle Width 100mm (f) / 130mm (r)
Brakes Mechanical rim caliper
Shimano Di2 Compatible Yes
Cable Routing Internal


Drapac Pro Cycling is sponsored by SwiftCarbon



Size 465 490 515 540 565 590
Reach 370 376 382 388 394 400
Stack 480 503 526 549 572 595
A Top Tube Length 505 521 537 553 570 587
B Head Tube Length 84 107 130 147 170 193
C Seat Tube Angle 74.5 74.1 73.7 73.3 72.9 72.5
D Head Tube Angle 70.7 71 71.3 72.6 72.9 72.2
E Bottom Bracket Drop 70 70 70 70 70 70
F Chainstay Length 408 408 410 410 412 412
G Wheelbase 969 980 993 997 999 1009
H Front Centre 571 582 593 597 598 607
I Fork Length 368 368 368 368 368 368
J Fork Offset 50 50 50 43 43 43
K Setback 124 134 145 155 166 177
Trail 65 63.2 61.3 60.5 58.7 56.8


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