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Fuji Norcom Straight 1.3
$5,999.99
Fuji's Norcom Straight was launched under the mantra: Fit Comes First. It was developed in the A2 Wind Tunnel to be one of the fastest bikes in the world. But more importantly, it was designed to offer more positioning options than any other superbike on the market. Fuji believes that the more adjustability available, the more easily riders are able to dial-in their best, most aerodynamic position, one that doesn't constrict their lungs or compromise their hip flexors and allows them to find their optimal level of comfort, therefore, increasing their efficiency and speed. Add ease of maintenance and assembly/disassembly, and the Norcom Straight is the obvious choice for your next Tri or TT bike. - C10 Ultra high-modulus carbon frame with RIB technology, a reinforcing rib that runs the length of the oversized downtube and fork blades - Oval Concepts 985 aero carbon wheels slice through the wind effortlessly - Shimano Ultegra Di2 provides perfect shifts every time and is programmable for ultimate customization - Frame pocket engineered into the head tube allows for 135mm of cockpit height adjustability - 3D-forged Oval Concepts stem is available in six lengths and two rise options allowing for a total of 24 possible stem positions - Integrated 400mm seat post offers 180mm of adjustable seat height and 70mm in fore/aft movement, which equates to a range of effective seat tube angles from 74° to 81° - TTV brakes positioned at the rear of the fork on the trailing edge of the airfoil improve aerodynamics, producing 18% less drag than front-mounted designs - Horizontally-adjustable vertical rear dropouts
Jamis T2X
$6,999.00
In a race against the clock there is no hiding. You need every aerodynamic advantage in a time trial or triathlon—both races where the elements can be unpredictable and, at times, brutal. Headwinds, crosswinds, even tailwinds all favor a machine which can knife through the air as quickly as possibly yet ride and handle like a real bike when called upon. The race-proven UCI legal T2X is the new standard of TT/Tri fast.
Bianchi Aquila CV Dura-Ace Di2
$13,449.99
Envisioned by Bianchi's engineers and proven in the wind tunnel, the Aquila CV Dura-Ace Di2 puts race-winning tech and an aero edge at your fingertips. The monocoque carbon frame utilizes cutting-edge aerodynamic tube shapes and revolutionary Countervail vibration canceling material for a ride that's super slippery and comfortable over the long haul. Fulcrum Red Wind wheels and Vittoria tires provide a stiff, stable platform to pound out the miles. And with Shimano's Dura-Ace Di2 drivetrain under your fingers, quick, precise, push-button shifts are at your command. Bianchi's own fully integrated aero base bar and aero extensions get you deep into your aero tuck, and a Fizik Tritone saddle supports you all the way to T2.
Fuji Norcom Straight 2.1
$3,499.99
Fuji's Norcom Straight was launched under the mantra: Fit Comes First. It was developed in the A2 Wind Tunnel to be one of the fastest bikes in the world. But more importantly, it was designed to offer more positioning options than any other superbike on the market. Fuji believes that the more adjustability available, the more easily riders are able to dial-in their best, most aerodynamic position, one that doesn't constrict their lungs or compromise their hip flexors and allows them to find their optimal level of comfort, therefore, increasing their efficiency and speed. Add ease of maintenance and assembly/disassembly, and the Norcom Straight is the obvious choice for your next Tri or TT bike. - C5 high-modulus carbon frame with RIB technology, a reinforcing rib that runs the length of the oversized downtube and fork blades - Frame pocket engineered into the head tube allows for 135mm of cockpit height adjustability - Integrated 400mm seat post offers 180mm of adjustable seat height and 70mm in fore/aft movement, which equates to a range of effective seat tube angles from 74° to 81° - TTV brakes positioned at the rear of the fork on the trailing edge of the airfoil improve aerodynamics, producing 18% less drag than front-mounted designs - Horizontally-adjustable vertical rear dropouts
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