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Belgie DISC

Belgie DISC

Regular price $7,999.00 AUD
Regular price $5,453.86 AUD Sale price $7,999.00 AUD
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Where It All Started

The Belgie is affectionately named after Melbourne's infamous "Belgie Ride,” a short, sharp, mixed terrain shop ride that often resembles a CX race rather than a road ride.

In 2015, the Belgie was introduced to the world when Jesse Carlsson raced across the US, winning the 6,800 km Trans Am Bike Race by over 500 km.

Since then, the Belgie has won crits, raced nationals, and is the bike chosen by legendary Belgian Kristof Allegaert, arguably one of the world's fastest endurance cyclists.

The Belgie DISC is a combined version of the original Belgie and our Belgie Air based on feedback and real-life testing.

  • Compared to it's Predecessor, What's Different?

    We've straightened out the seat stays and removed the old ‘brake bridge’ for a new sleeker and lighter rear triangle. This means better tyre clearance, up to 33 mm. Upfront, the tapered head tube is taken straight from our Belgie AIR and utilises an integrated headset for some gram shedding and a sleeker finish.

  • A Size for Everyone

    Are you an ‘extra medium’ or in-between size? Check out our sizing and geometry chart below and see that we've introduced more sizes to ensure your Belgie is the perfect fit.

  • Mechanical versus Electric

    Thanks to some improvements in engineering, the Belgie frame is now compatible with both electronic and mechanical gear systems. So you can now have your pick of eTap, Di2, or standard mechanical options.

  • Travel in Comfort

    At the core of each frame is a 3AL - 2.5V Grade 9 Aerospace grade titanium tube-set. This grade is optimal for bicycle frames and chosen for its stiffness, compliance, and durability balance. Titanium absorbs road noise without compromising on performance. There’s no buzzy feedback; it’s smooth as silk and very compliant so that you can spend more time on the bike.

  • Want to Carry More?

    With a wide range of frame and fork mounted rack systems on the market, and with more appearing every week, it is important to understand which rack systems are compatible with your Curve frame and fork, and how to mount them correctly in order to ensure safe riding, avoid damage and voiding your warranty. Before mounting a rack, we strongly recommend you get in touch with us to confirm compatibility and the correct mounting procedure. This will minimise the risk of injury, product damage and voiding your warranty. Your local Curve dealer, or the team at Curve HQ, can also help you select a rack system and mount it to your bike for you.

  • Framebags

    We have bagmaker drawings available for all frame sizes.

    To make sure current, prospective or custom bagging fits your frame size please see our Bagmaker Drawing page.

Belgie DISC Specifications


Frame - Titanium Curve Belgie DISC (1630 g for Size 56 cm)

Fork - Curve Race 370 - Full Carbon, Black (Max Clearance 33 mm)

Headset - Curve Integrated 42/52 mm semi-internal

Seat Clamp - Curve Alloy 31.8 mm

Other - Curve Cocky Headbadge, 12 mm Front & Rear Axles, spare rear derailleur hanger

Groupset Options

SRAM Red AXS eTap 12 sp

Shifter/Levers - Red AXS 2x12 sp - LHR / RHF

Brakes - Red AXS Flat Mount Disc // CLX R CL Rotors 160 mm

Crank - Red Power Meter DUB - 48/35t | 48-50 cm: 165 mm | 52-55 cm: 170 mm | 56-61 cm: 175 mm

Bottom Bracket - Curve T47 DUB Ext.

Derailleur F & R - Red AXS 2x12 sp (RD Max 33t)

Cassette - XG 1290 10-33t 12 sp

Chain - Red 12 sp


SRAM Force AXS eTap 12 sp

Shifter/Levers - Force AXS 2x12 sp - LHR / RHF

Brakes - Force AXS Flat Mount Disc // CLX R CL Rotors 160 mm

Crank - Force DUB - 48/35t | 48-50 cm: 165 mm | 52-55 cm: 170 mm | 56-61 cm: 175 mm

Bottom Bracket - Curve T47 DUB Ext.

Derailleur F & R - Force AXS 2x12 sp (RD Max 36t)

Cassette - XG 1270 10-36t 12 sp

Chain - Force 12 sp


SRAM Rival AXS 12 sp

Shifter/Levers - Rival AXS 2x12 sp - LHR / RHF

Brakes - Rival Flat Mount Disc // CL Rotors 160 mm

Crank - Rival D1 DUB - 48/35t | 48-50 cm: 165 mm | 52-55 cm: 170 mm | 56-61 cm: 175 mm

Bottom Bracket - Curve T47 DUB Ext.

Derailleur F & R - Rival AXS D1 12 sp (RD Max 36t)

Cassette - XG 1250 D1 10-36t 12 sp

Chain - Rival 12 sp


Curve G4T 35 mm or 45 mm - 700C

Carbon All-Road Wheels:

- 21 mm internal, 28 mm external, 35 / 45 mm deep

- Hub: DT Swiss 350 24H Centre Lock

- Spokes & Nipples: Sapim CX Ray & Brass

- Axle spacing: 12 x 100 mm front, 12x 142 mm rear

Finishing Kit

Bars - Zipp SC SL Beyond Black

Stem - Zipp SC SL | SC with Rival builds

Seatpost - Zipp SC SL 0° 27.2 mm | SC with Rival

Saddle - Fi'zi:k Vento Argo

Tyres - Rubino Pro TLR 700 x 30c

Bar Tape - Curve black anti-shock

Please Note: Spec subject to change according to availability

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Peter Flinn
My Belgie is very Preciousss!

There is something that verges on the spiritual about riding a bike, and - if I can't ride for a day or two - its absence leaves me feeling grumpy and a little down in the dumps. My Belgie, Preciousss, and I have been riding together for over 5 years now and every ride is still an experience of the simple joy that is cycling. I still enjoy a quiet, smooth and confident ride that I felt first up, something that only a well designed and made bike is capable of delivering. Preciousss is a key part of of my wellness, and I reckon she'll continue to be for a long time!


I was given the privilege of riding one of the very strictly limited Belgie AIR and what can I say. This bike simply does it all, at it's best. Whether it's in the flatlands, short and punchy climbs, long climbs up passes or twisty descents, the AIR goes through it all. Power and direction are transferred to the road very precisely, directly and without any losses. The quick and powerful response make any style of riding possible, if it's racing, training, exploring or some twisty local loops, you surely won't miss out on anything.
The bike consistently gives you the feeling of being fast, which turns out to not only being a feeling when you check your speed on the computer.
The ever shiny and exclusive design makes it an eye catcher, which shouldn't be parked in the garage, but be presented either out on the streets or in a good spot of your premises.


So I'm 18months into ownership of my Belgie v3, here in the UK, and what can I say.... its just an all round, awesome machine that can pretty much do anything you throw at it. I've covered 10,000miles already, through rain, snow, gales and scorching heat. brutal steep uk climbs, to most of the biggest Alpine ascents in France and Italy, and it ALWAYS feels so good, putting a massive grin on my face.... and above all these things, apart from still looking box-fresh, is the way in which it descends - truly phenomenal and quite literally the best bike I've owned in 30+ years of cycling... do yourself a favour and get one ordered, you'll never look back

Invest in happiness indeed!

I've had my Belgie V3 for nearly two months now. He's called Bertie ;)

Bertie is the most amazing bike I've ever ridden. I don't think I've ever been so comfortable on a bike. I have some old injuries and suffer from chronic pain so I'd accepted that riding up mountains or for long periods was going to cause me issues. I'd do whatever I could to mitigate it. I thought that was just the way it was going to be for me and I love cycling too much to stop.

At the end of November, I went to Bright and I rode up Mount Buffalo (7th time) and Mount Hotham (first time for me). Riding up mountains has always been hard for me because of an old back injury (prolapsed disc) but this time I managed to get up Mount Buffalo with no pain at all. Well, there was pain when some sweat laced with sunscreen got in my eye but that's not Bertie's fault. I even managed the 110km Hotham ride with just a few twinges.

What you've managed to achieve is nothing short of astonishing. I never thought I'd be able to ride without some degree of discomfort but now I know it really is possible. The bike fit I had done undoubtedly helped fit Bertie to me exactly but that was only possible because you've made such an amazing bike.

Thanks for giving me a machine for freedom and joy.