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Trek Speed Concept SLR 7
$9,500.00
The long-awaited redesign of the Speed Concept is here! This version is a clean-sheet-of-paper design, with improvements found throughout the bike. The best place to improve any bicycle is to build it with cutting-edge materials. Trek's latest 800 Series OCLV carbon fiber is their lightest and strongest composite material they've ever produced, allowing the engineers to run wild with highly aerodynamic frame shapes. The Speed Concept's KVF (or Kammtail Virtual Foil) frame profile has been proven to cut drag while reducing instability in crosswinds. The new Speed Concept is so much better than the previous version, it can cut 6 minutes off a rider's Kona Ironman time compared to the previous Speed Concept, which was no slouch in that department! Several details have been updated to make the new Speed Concept more aero, including dropped seat stay/seat tube junctures and a reshaped down tube to allow for smoother airflow. Trek added another proven piece of technology to the Speed Concept SLR that will make every mile better: IsoSpeed. The IsoSpeed decoupler at the seat post/top tube juncture soaks up harsh pavement, potholes and railway crossings without breaking a sweat. This version is equipped with a damper that all but eliminates that "pogo stick" feel on repeating washboard surfaces. Most deep-profile aero frames are notorious for rattling a rider's teeth loose, but not the new Speed Concept. Onboard storage has been given an overhaul, with the inclusion of a large integrated top tube compartment. The covered compartment liner has dividers, and is removable for cleanup in a dishwasher. The Speed Concept's down tube also features an integrated storage compartment for a flat repair kit under the bottle mounts. Shimano's latest 12-speed Ultegra Di2 components are found throughout the new Speed Concept, including a 52/36T crankset, 11-30T cassette, chain and derailleurs. This version of Ultegra Di2 features wireless shift buttons on the aero bars and the base bars. By removing any shifter-to-derailleur wiring or cables, the new Speed Concept is easier to use and service. The derailleurs are connected to a single battery inside the frame, and are charged through a port at the back of the rear derailleur. The battery charge life is still between 900-1,000 miles. If you're considering installing an 11-34T 12-speed Shimano road cassette for really challenging courses, the new Ultegra Di2 derailleur will still function perfectly. Shifting is done with buttons on the aero bars and on the Shimano Dura-Ace hydraulic brake levers on the base bar. The carbon fiber aero bars and base bar on the Speed Concept have been redesigned to be much more adjustable and user-friendly. The distance between the aero bar's forearm pads can be adjusted by as much as 120mm, while the aero bar extensions can be extended by as much as 100mm. When using the same base bar, the aero bars can be raised and lowered by 85mm, making repositioning from low and aggressive to upright and comfortable a snap. The adjustment spacers are slotted, eliminating the need for recabling when making major adjustments. Only 3 common hex wrenches are needed for major adjustments, or removing the bars entirely for packing. Bontrager supplies the latest Aeolus Pro 51 wheelset for the Speed Concept SLR 7, making the wheels as fast as the rest of the machine. OCLV carbon fiber is used in the rim construction, ensuring very low weight for accelerating out of corners like a jet fighter off a carrier deck! The D3 (Dual Directional Design) rim profile is not only aero in a direct headwind, it remains stable in crosswinds. A 23mm inner rim width allows road rubber to spread out for better grip in high-speed turns. Bladed DT Aerolite spokes add an extra dash of aero savings. The wheels are tubeless-ready, allowing for the installation of the latest high-performance tires. The Aeolus Pro 51 wheels are shod with 700x25c Bontrager R3 hard-Case Lite tires. Shimano Dura-Ace hydraulic disc brakes help keep speed reigned in, even in wet and sloppy conditions. A Bontrager Hilo Comp saddle sits atop a carbon fiber Speed Concept SLR seatpost with a reversible saddle clamp. A Shimano Di2 charging cable is included with the purchase of this bicycle. This bicycle can be customized and purchased with Trek's Project One program. Thousands of combinations of colors, options and components can be chosen to make the bike uniquely your own. Please call or stop in for details.
Trek Speed Concept
$4,200.00 - $4,700.00

When the chips are down, and you're in the biggest event of the season, you want a bike that won't hold you back.

The Trek Speed Concept was built to dominate different disciplines, not just a Tour de France prologue or the Kona coast. Trek brought its finest engineers and computing power together to make the Speed Concept slice through the wind better than anything built today. The Speed Concept's main purpose is to keep aerodynamic drag as low as possible while still complying with the UCI's frame shape regulations for time trial bicycles. The Speed Concept's aerodynamic Kammtail shape was proven back in the 70's at Le Mans, when long-tail racing cars needed to cope with dangerous crosswinds at over 200mph. The truncated trailing edge of the Speed Concept's frame fools the air, keeping drag numbers low without the extra weight of a full airfoil cross-section that is tossed around in crosswinds. Trek used Computational Fluid Dynamic software to dial in the exact Kammtail shape for light weight and torsional strength, not just a clever aerodynamic profile. When the Speed Concept prototype went into the wind tunnel, it confirmed to Trek that it could be useful for any athlete racing alone against the watch. When pedaling, the turbulence created by the rider's legs can be a major drag problem that can negate all the work done by the engineers. When the "fill-ins" around the seat tube/top tube juncture and bottom bracket were added, there was a major drag reduction compared to the last generation of the Speed Concept.

The Speed Concept's Kammtail Virtual Foil (or KVF) frame shape isn't the only thing that Trek can brag about; the OCLV carbon fiber material makes the bike incredibly light for such a refined aero machine. Trek uses their 500 Series OCLV carbon fiber to not only make the Speed Concept lightweight and strong, but also enhance the ride quality by using different layering to take the edge off rough pavement. A harsh-riding bike will tire a triathlete prematurely, and a time trial racer might make mistakes in the closing miles when seconds count. Internal cable routing through the aerobars and stem give the Speed Concept the cleanest profile of any TT/Tri bike in the industry. All that might lead a rider to belive its a hard bike to fit, but Trek offers plenty of sizes in integrated direct-mount stems and aero bar mounts. From an aggressive "prologue" TT fit, to a more upright Ironman fit for the less flexible among us, the Speed Concept can accommodate more riders with a wider range of flexibilities.

The details found on the Speed Concept add to the bike's excellent aerodynamic performance. Hidden brake calipers and internal brake cables reduce drag around the upper half of the frame, while a reverseable aero seat post helps with a wide range of fit positions. An aperture in the left chainstay allows the installation of a DuoTrap speed/cadence sensor (sold separately) without the use of clumsy zip-ties. Mounts for a Draft Box accessory box at the back of the seat tube keep a repair kit and tubes tucked out of the wind, while similar mounts for a gel-storing Speed Box on the top tube keep the bike's aero profile equally preserved.

The components on the Speed Concept needed to be able to keep up with the cutting-edge frameset, so Trek chose Shimano's 8000-series Ultegra component group. Many of the improvements are obvious, such as the Shadow-format rear derailleur that hides out of the wind better than most rear mechs. The flatter profile of the 50/34T compact Ultegra crankset helps improve aero numbers, and yet torsional rigidity is increased over the previous generation. Even the front derailleur requires less hand strength to operate. The front derailleur's steel cage adds to the shift response and is much more durable than aluminum. An 11-28T 11-speed Ultegra cassette boasts a wide gearing range for roller-coaster courses. Shimano Dura-Ace bar-end shifters bring fingertip operation to the Speed Concept as well. Bontrager's Race Lite aero levers help cut through the air with a low-profile shape and feel better in the hands than aero-focused sharp-edged levers.

Rolling stock consists of Bontrager Aeolus Comp TLR wheels and Bontrager R2 700x25c Hard-Case Lite tires, delivering an aero advantage at speed. The wheels are tubeless-ready, and feature a tall 50mm profile. A Bontrager Hilo tri-specific saddle is designed to be comfortable for riders in an especially aerodynamic posture.

Felt Bicycles IA Advanced 105
$4,300.00

When we talk to our customers about their first triathlon bicycle, we always recommend a bike that performs well, but has some measure of "upgradeability".

The Felt IA Advanced 105 embodies that concept. The frameset of the bike is pure triathlon: Sleek, fast and aero. So aerodynamic, in fact, that the UCI (pro cycling's governing body) has actually outlawed Felt's IA series bicycles for pro time trial races due to its deep aero profile and ultra-low drag numbers. Since the IA Advanced is aimed at triathlons anyway, why not make it as aero as possible? Even the dropped seat stays do a better job of slicing through the air. The IA Advanced 105 is constructed of Felt's own UHC Advanced carbon fiber, and a material found in Formula 1 racing cars: TexTreme. TexTreme uses a ribbon-style shape of fiber rather than regular thread-like fiber. This allows much less resin to be used when constructing the frame, keeping weight very low and retaining excellent quality control across all sizes. Felt's InsideOut molding process all but eliminates the voids and imperfections in the carbon fiber structure, ensuring that every unit is as light and strong as can be made. The fork is also an all-carbon unit, produced with Felt's UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Deep aero fork blades meet the wind first, managing the air before it arrives at the rest of the frame.

Felt has been in the triathlon bike business for decades, and they know the needs of the racers that rely on them. They know the details matter. The IA Advanced 105 boasts plenty of features to make you achieve a PR bike split on race day:

  • An integrated CalPac 2.0 top tube storage compartment for gels, nutrition, or even a smartwatch
  • An aero-optimized storage box behind the seat tube for tools, tubes, and a patch kit
  • Room for tires up to 28mm wide, ensuring rough pavement won't hamper your speed or control
  • Fully adjustable aero extensions, risers, and EVA forearm pads, making pre-race adjustments much easier than fully-integrated aero bars

The drivetrain was selected with speed in mind. Shimano's 11-speed 105 derailleurs operate with precision through a set of MicroShift bar-end shifters at the end of the base bars. A Shimano 105 crankset with a 52/36T chaniring combination is matched with an 11-28T Shimano cassette, providing a wide gearing range for challenging courses. Tubeless-ready alloy Devox 30A wheels are ready for race day, but still durable enough for seasons of hard training. Continental supplies the 700x25c Grand Sport Race tires, adding confident grip in fast turns and descents. Reigning in speed is the job of TRP's HD-T910 hydraulic disc brakes. Rain or shine, disc brakes are far better performers than old style caliper brakes. The ISM PS1.0 saddle is tri-specific, allowing the rider to be more comfortable in an aggressive aero position. The seatpost/mast is a deep cross-section unit made from UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Up front, an alloy Dagger stem, Devox Bayonet 3.1 aero base bar and Ergomod aero extensions can be easily dialed in for a comfortable position against the clock.

Felt Bicycles IA Advanced Rim Brake 105
$3,499.00

When we talk to our customers about their first triathlon bicycle, we always recommend a bike that performs well, but has some measure of "upgradeability".

The Felt IA Advanced 105 embodies that concept. The frameset of the bike is pure triathlon: Sleek, fast and aero. So aerodynamic, in fact, that the UCI (pro cycling's governing body) has actually outlawed Felt's IA series bicycles for pro time trial races due to its deep aero profile and ultra-low drag numbers. Since the IA Advanced is aimed at triathlons anyway, why not make it as aero as possible? Even the dropped seat stays do a better job of slicing through the air. The IA Advanced 105 is constructed of Felt's own UHC Advanced carbon fiber, and a material found in Formula 1 racing cars: TexTreme. TexTreme uses a ribbon-style shape of fiber rather than regular thread-like fiber. This allows much less resin to be used when constructing the frame, keeping weight very low and retaining excellent quality control across all sizes. Felt's InsideOut molding process all but eliminates the voids and imperfections in the carbon fiber structure, ensuring that every unit is as light and strong as can be made. The fork is also an all-carbon unit, produced with Felt's UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Deep aero fork blades meet the wind first, managing the air before it arrives at the rest of the frame.

Felt has been in the triathlon bike business for decades, and they know the needs of the racers that rely on them. They know the details matter. The IA Advanced 105 boasts plenty of features to make you achieve a PR bike split on race day:

  • An integrated CalPac 2.0 top tube storage compartment for gels, nutrition, or even a smartwatch
  • An aero-optimized storage box behind the seat tube for tools, tubes, and a patch kit
  • Room for tires up to 25mm wide, ensuring rough pavement won't hamper your speed or control
  • Fully adjustable aero extensions, risers, and EVA forearm pads, making on-the-road adjustments much easier than fully-integrated aero bars

The drivetrain was selected with speed in mind. Shimano's 11-speed 105 derailleurs operate with precision through a set of MicroShift bar-end shifters at the end of the base bars. A Shimano 105 crankset with a 52/36T chaniring combination is matched with an 11-28T Shimano cassette, providing a wide gearing range for challenging courses. Tubeless-ready alloy Devox 30A wheels are ready for race day, but still durable enough for seasons of hard training. Continental supplies the 700x25c Grand Sport Race tires, adding confident grip in fast turns and descents. Reigning in speed is the job of Shimano 105 brake calipers, with the rear caliper tucked under the crankset for better aero performance. The ISM PS1.1 saddle is tri-specific, allowing the rider to be more comfortable in an aggressive aero position. The seatpost/mast is a deep cross-section unit made from UHC Advanced carbon fiber. Up front, an alloy Devox stem, Devox Bayonet 3.1 aero base bar and Ergomod aero extensions can be easily dialed in for a comfortable position against the clock.

Felt Bicycles B14
$2,099.00

With the B14, Felt made sure triathlon bikes weren't the exclusive realm of professionals. Stable geometry, a smooth ride quality and very low drag make this bike a real segment-crusher! Felt built the B14's frame with their propriatary UHC Performance carbon fiber, keeping weight low while still maintaining high strength for out-of-the-saddle efforts. Tweaking the aerodynamics on the B14 isn't hard with adjustable sliding rear dropouts that allow the rear wheel to get tucked into the seat tube cutout. Internal brake and shifter cable routing keep the B14's aero numbers low as well. Two bottle mounts on the frame bring more options for hydration on a long course. The aero-shaped UHC Performance carbon fiber fork even features carbon fiber dropouts, further lightening the chassis.

The B14 is armed with Shimano's latest 11-speed Ultegra R8000-series derailleurs and MicroShift bar-end shifters, making for smooth operation in the heat of competition. The rear derailleur is even tucked in to escape the wind better! An 11-28T Shimano 11-speed casssette is paired with an FSA Omega 50/34T crankset, offering a massive gearing range for roller-coaster bike courses. 27mm-deep tubeless-ready alloy Devox wheels are shod with 700x23c Vittoria Zaffiro Slick tires, bringing tenacious grip and a smooth feel to the bike leg. Keeping speed in check are a standard dual-pivot caliper up front and a hidden TRP brake caliper at the rear under the chainstays. Aero levers on the base bars keep braking close at hand. An aero-shaped Bayonet 3 alloy base bar and 3-way adjustable alloy aero bars can be refined for a perfect balance between comfort and aerodynamics. Topping the blade-style UHC Performance seatpost is a Prologo Nago Evo Tri40 saddle.

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