The Coefficient from Ellsworth is its triathlon bike offering. Built to bring home the gold, the Ellsworth Coefficient is an aerodynamic masterpiece. The Force Vector Anisotropic design was applied on the bike with the rare earth carbon or high modulus carbon as material to shape the frame into a sleek and powerful machine.
The Coefficient has a dual position saddle which can be adjusted to 76 and 79 degrees. It features an uncut steering post and seatpost. The adjustable aero seatpost allows you to speed up as needed. The triathlon bike weighs 16.5lbs. Light and fast, Ellsworth made sure that a rider stays comfortable in any position when riding the Coefficient, even when it’s on a flat-backed tuck position.
The Ellsworth Coefficient Triathlon Bike retails at $3295 for a frame kit. This includes a fork, headset, seatpost and seatpost clamp. It comes in black and white color with red details and graphics.