Quintana Roo 2016 PRsix Red
Aside from a wind-tunnel test, the PRsix has been analyzed and tested over and over to push the boundaries of what’s possible in a tri bike. Because you’re not just racing the clock as you swim, bike, and run; you’re trying to make the quickest possible transitions between each. In consideration of these changeovers, Quintana Roo has made this model super easy to pack, adjust—even assemble/break down during training. The frame and tubing are made so air doesn’t create vacuum pockets as you pedal against wind; you glide through air. You can choose from over 10 sizes to find your best fit. The bike’s clamp on the front end lets you attach any base bar/clip on aerobars so you can create your own cockpit; you can also choose any brakes from Shimano, TRP, Magura, and TriRig depending on how sensitive you like yours. Plus, the storage system at the back of the bike under your seat makes your bike more aerodunamic.
PRsix Ultegra, $5,000; PRsix Ulerga Race: $6,150; PRsix Ultegra Di2 Race (pictured), $8,650, quintanarootri.com
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