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Triathlon/Time Trial

Cervelo P3 (Dura-Ace)
$5,399.99
Cervelo's P3 is stiff, light, and above all, aerodynamic. A paper-thin, hourglass head tube, airfoil down tube, integrated seat tube, deep rear wheel cut out, and sculpted seatstays and chainstays eradicate turbulence. Cervelo's proven geometry, aero fork, and slippery 2-position seatpost ensure an ideal ergonomic platform with fantastic handling. The P3 is equipped with a blissfully smooth, accurate Shimano Dura-Ace drivetrain and Rotor's stiff cranks. Plus, you get Mavic's Cosmic Elite wheelset, Magura's sculpted hydraulic rim brakes, components from 3T, and ISM's comfortable Prologue saddle so you can focus on driving the cranks. From time trials to triathlons, Cervelo's P3 is ready to dominate.
Cannondale SuperSlice Ultegra
$6,850.00
Savagely fast, beautifully simple and intelligently progressive, the SuperSlice is the weapon of choice for time-trial specialists and triathletes who want hyper-integrated speed, without all the fuss. Simple, clean and elegant design provides incredible aerodynamics, minimizing drag at the all-important low yaw angles where riders spend the bulk of their time. An unusually wide range of easy-to-use fit adjustments lets you perfectly tailor your position for an aggressive fit and low (did someone say aero?) front end. Exceptionally stiff BB and head tube provide blistering acceleration and, aided by the relatively slack 71.5° head angle, offer rock-solid, drama-free handling in any situation. Full-length cable housing, easy-to-adjust disc brakes, integrated electronic shifting compatibility and easy-access covers on the stem and headtube make travel, set-up and maintenance much easier than other TT rigs.
Look 576 Aero Rival
$2,249.25 $2,999.99 25% Savings
For triathletes looking for every edge, Look's 576 is a not-so-secret weapon. Made from very high-modulus carbon, the 576 is all about getting you through your bike leg as fast as you can while still having maximum energy for the run. At 1,100 grams, the frame is super light, and with highly tuned lay-ups, each tube is optimized for high efficiency, comfort and vibration damping. The carbon aero fork is a true blade, slicing the way through the wind on your way to the run. Plus, the integrated seatmast offers adjustable setback and comes with 3 different elastomers so you can tune it to your weight. And with SRAM's precision Rival components, 3T's slippery carbon aero bars and Mavic's wheels backing you up, you're unstoppable.
Cervelo P2 (Ultegra)
$2,600.00
Cervelo built their fame on superior aerodynamics and their P2 is so fast it has won the Ironman Kona and about every other time trial and triathlon too. From the slender fork, to the hourglass head tube, to the wing-like airfoil tubes, smooth bottom-bracket, deep rear-wheel cutout and contoured seatstays and chainstays, this razor slices through the wind. Even more speed comes from the internal cables and the hyper-sleek seatmast. Meanwhile, Cervelo's refined geometry and two-position seatpost let you dial-in the perfect clock-crushing position and the P2 channels all your power straight into speed. This engineering marvel is built to win, too, with aero Shimano wheels, Profile Design aero bars for achieving the perfect tuck, a great Fizik seat, and a fine FSA/Shimano drivetrain and Shimano brakes for hitting the right gears and scrubbing off speed to blast through the turnaround and rocket home to victory.
Cervelo P2 (105)
$2,799.99
Cervelo’s P2 is a TT/triathlon icon that puts superbike performance within reach of any serious athlete from beginner to professional. From the smooth integration of the sleek head tube and sculpted down tube to the wheel cutout, every aspect of this bike defies the wind. In addition to its impressive aerodynamics, the P2 provides dialed, agile handling and optimal power transfer. Its wide range of fit options ensures a comfortable set-up that will maximize your power. Shimano Dura-Ace and 105 with an FSA crank shift smoothly and reliably, while the Shimano wheels accelerate with ease and hold their speed. Cervelo’s aero seatpost, Profile’s highly adjustable T4 bars, and Fizik’s Arione Tri2 saddle round out this stellar bike.
Cervelo P3 (Ultegra Di2)
$5,799.99
Re-define your personal boundaries with Cervelo's P3. The geniuses at Cervelo spent countless hours in the wind tunnel, testing, shaping, revising, and testing again, before the P3 took its final shape. A paper-thin, hourglass head tube, airfoil down tube, integrated seat tube, deep rear wheel cutout, and sculpted seatstays and chainstays eradicate turbulence. Cervelo's proven geometry, aero fork, and slippery 2-position seatpost ensure an ideal ergonomic platform with fantastic handling. The P3 is equipped with blissfully smooth, Ultegra Di2—so accurate and sensitive that the slightest touch of a finger delivers the perfect gear every time. Plus, you get 3T's Accelero wheelset, as well as their components, FSA's Gossamer crankset, and ISM's comfortable Prologue saddle so you can focus on driving the cranks. From time trials to triathlons, Cervelo's P3 is ready to dominate.
Cervelo P3 (Ultegra)
$3,949.99
Yes, it's gorgeous, but the flowing curves of Cervelo's P3 are incidental to its chief aim: abolishing resistance. The aero geniuses at Cervelo spent countless hours in the wind tunnel, testing, shaping, revising, and testing again, before the P3 took its final shape. A paper-thin, hourglass head tube, airfoil down tube, integrated seat tube, deep rear wheel cutout, and sculpted seat- and chainstays eradicate turbulence. Cervelo's proven geometry, aero fork, and slippery 2-position seatpost ensure an ideal ergonomic platform with fantastic handling. Equipped with a smooth, accurate Shimano Ultegra drivetrain and FSA Gossamer cranks, shifting becomes second-nature. Plus, you get quality wheels and components from 3T, as well as ISM's comfortable Prologue saddle so you can focus on driving the cranks. From time trials to triathlons, Cervelo's P3 is ready to dominate.
Cervelo P3 Frameset
$2,999.99
Re-define your personal boundaries with Cervelo's P3 Frameset. The geniuses at Cervelo spent countless hours in the wind tunnel—testing, shaping, revising, and testing again—before the P3 took its final shape. A thin hourglass head tube, airfoil down tube, integrated seat tube, deep rear wheel cutout, and sculpted seatstays and chainstays eradicate turbulence. Cervelo's proven geometry, aero fork, and slippery 2-position seatpost ensure an ideal ergonomic platform with fantastic handling.
Cervelo P5 Six Dura-Ace Di2
$9,999.99
Cervelo's engineers left no stone un-turned, or more precisely, no dull edge unshaven to achieve absolute aero perfection. With help from fluid dynamic software, the P5 Six has dominated Ironman competitions and Grand Tours ever since. The front end is a seamless airfoil built around the head tube, which is sheathed by an integrated fork that leads up to the highly customizeable, one-piece 3T Aduro stem, base bar, and aero extensions. A shallow front wheel cutout and deep rear cutout reduce the drag coming off your wheels' trailing and leading edges, respectively. Finally, Magura's hydraulic brakes are completely hidden from the wind, with the front caliper integrated into the fork and the rear tucked behind the bottom bracket. Shimano's Dura-Ace Di2 and Rotor's stiff crankset shifts with the slightest touch of the levers, and Mavic's Cosmic Elite wheelset supplies miles of smooth riding. It's all topped off with ISM's Prologue saddle, which—along with the easily adjustable bars and aero extensions—provides exceptional comfort.
Bianchi Pico TT 105
$1,699.99
Smash personal records, and the competition too, thanks to the almost unfair aerodynamic efficiency of Bianchi's Pico Crono 105. The carbon frameset pulls out all the stops to hide from the wind and still weighs just 1,350 grams. Its narrow profile and carbon aero fork slice through the air, while the steep seat angle optimizes your position. Shimano's 22-speed 105 drivetrain and aero bar-end shifters provide the gears you need to crush it all the way to T2 without having to leave your aero tuck. Shimano wheels are paired with fast-rolling Vredestein tires for a combo that converts your energy directly into forward motion. And with Vision base bars and aero extensions, as well as a tri-specific San Marco saddle, you'll have the stability and long-term comfort it takes to set a new personal best on the bike leg. The podium waits; are you ready?
Cannondale SuperSlice RED eTap
$10,500.00
Savagely fast, beautifully simple and intelligently progressive, the SuperSlice is the weapon of choice for time-trial specialists and triathletes who want hyper-integrated speed, without all the fuss. Simple, clean and elegant design provides incredible aerodynamics, minimizing drag at the all-important low yaw angles where riders spend the bulk of their time. An unusually wide range of easy-to-use fit adjustments lets you perfectly tailor your position for an aggressive fit and low (did someone say aero?) front end. Exceptionally stiff BB and head tube provide blistering acceleration and, aided by the relatively slack 71.5° head angle, offer rock-solid, drama-free handling in any situation. Full-length cable housing, easy-to-adjust disc brakes, integrated electronic shifting compatibility and easy-access covers on the stem and headtube make travel, set-up and maintenance much easier than other TT rigs.
KHS SCR 2000
$1,599.00
You've honed your body to perform at its peak, and KHS's SCR 2000 is honed to do the same during your next triathlon. The spine of this speedy rig is the double butted aluminum frame that's light and responsive so none of your precious energy is wasted on inefficiency. Its Q2 AR400 wheels are tough enough for training rides yet ready for the race course, while the Shimano 105/Dura-Ace drivetrain slides swiftly and precisely into gear so you can concentrate on translating raw will into competition-smoking speed. To keep you ahead of your PR, KHS added an aero carbon seatpost, Profile T2 Plus extensions, and sure-gripping Tektro brakes for fine-tuned control into your final transition. Don’t let your gear get in the way of your success.
Cervelo P2
$2,600.00
A development of our first triathlon/TT bike, this bike has grown to become the world’s most popular triathlon bike. While being a great value it offers pure triathlon geometry and a stellar pedigree including being a two-time winner of Ironman World Championships in Kona. The P2 has a slightly taller head tube and two-position seat post adding comfort for a wide variety of riders.
Pinarello Bolide Frameset
$13,500.00
Some call it obsessive compulsion. Others call it an unrelenting attention to detail. Pinarello’s Bolide Frameset has won multiple Tours de France in its quest for aero, so it doesn't really matter what you call it. Every one of the Bolide's 65HM1K carbon tubes is shaped for minimal frontal surface area and max drag reduction, plus — amazingly — in some wind conditions the frame actually produces forward thrust! Pinarello even made it possible to move your bottle cage closer to the bottom bracket to further reduce drag. The head tube is integrated with the fork, stem, and handlebars, resulting in an incredibly seamless steering console, while the adjustable carbon bars let you let you find your fastest position and house your battery if you use an electronic shifting system. Both brakes are completely hidden from the wind under carbon covers, and cutouts tuck your rear wheel right against the seat tube, reducing dirty air and increasing the aerodynamic advantage of your disc or deep-section wheel. To make things even harder on your competition, the Bolide is both ultra stiff and super light. Pinarello thought of everything. All you have to do is decide how to build it up and pedal yourself onto the podium!
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