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Cannondale Slice 3 Ultegra
Enjoy going faster than ever, setting new personal bests and even achieving glory aboard Cannondale's aero Slice 3. It boasts Cannondale's featherweight carbon frameset that's masterfully sculpted for advanced aerodynamics and free speed. Also, its knife-like down tube and tucked-in rear wheel hide from the wind, while Cannondale's AERO SAVE stays damp vibrations for a super-smooth ride and top comfort. The build kit is also all about speed with quality Shimano wheels with Schwalbe tires, a quick-shifting FSA/Shimano Ultegra 22-speed drivetrain and FSA's aero bars that let you find the perfect go-fast position.
Cannondale Slice Ultegra
Whether you're looking into your first dedicated tri bike, or you're a seasoned Ironman competitor, Cannondale's Slice Ultegra is a cut above. The frame features the best of Cannondale's wind tunnel test results. Super skinny AERO SAVE stays present a wing shape into the wind, minimizing drag while still offering vertical deflection to smooth the road. TAP tube shaping provides all the benefits of full aero tear-drop shaped tubing while remaining light, stiff, and less affected by crosswinds. Cannondale's Ballistec carbon continues to steal the show, with low weight and unmatched road feel, as well as incredible efficiency and power transfer. The 11-speed Ultegra drivetrain from Shimano makes your next bike leg easy, with fast, precise shifts, and trademark reliability. The Cannondale Hollowtech Si crankset is equipped with FSA chainrings to put your power onto the road. Since the Slice is intended to do one thing, go fast, the whole bike has been dressed up in wind-cheating, efficiency-increasing equipment. Mavic Aksium wheels sprint, climb, and carve the corners, all while speeding you to the line. The Cannondale base bar with FSA extensions places you in the ideal aero position, and a host of high-quality Cannondale parts ensures proper fit and a great aesthetic.
Bianchi Pico TT 105
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?
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