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2012 Quintana Roo Illicito Triathlon Bike

2012 quintana roo illicito triathlon bike   2012 Quintana Roo Illicito Triathlon Bike

A new highly efficient triathlon machine has been released by Quintana Roo called Illicito, so named because it is not legalized by UCI for road time trials. This triathlon bike is packed with amazing features, first of which is its assymetric bottom bracket, which lessens drag around the drive train.

Moreover, the Illicito is built with no chain stay ot further lessen drag, thus, improving the performance of race competitors. It takes pride in its record as the modern triathlon bike with the lowest drag coefficient at the yaw angles of the wind tunnel most affected by drag.

By taking the Shift technology to a higher level, the 2012 Quintana Roo Illicito Triathlon Bike is a time trial machine that is built to win. As compared to the standard CD0.1 bikes, the Illicito is created with a higher modulus carbon fiber.

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2011 Quintana Roo Kilo

2011 quintana roo kilo   2011 Quintana Roo Kilo

Quintana Roo has released a bike called Kilo, which is specifically designed for riders who love smooth rides with excellent performance, thanks to is redesigned lightweight aerodynamic frame that features a taller head tube.

To make it lightweight, the frame is AN6 alloy aluminum and custom drawn into butted aero shapes. By enhancing the fit and riding comfort, the Kilo allows better and faster performance. Along with the custom-butted AN-6 aero tube set are the topnotch F.I.S.T. fit, geometry and component package.

Excellent components include Dura Ace bar-end shifters, Ultegra rear derailleur, and an FSA Omega Compact crankset. Ideal for athletes of all levels, nothing beats the 2011 Quintana Roo Kilo in the entry-level triathlon bike category.

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2011 Quintana Roo CD0.1 Ultegra

2011 quintana roo cd0 1 ultegra   2011 Quintana Roo CD0.1 Ultegra

One of the awaited triathlon bikes for 2011, the Quintana Roo CD0.1 Ultegra does not fail to impress. It takes pride by using Quintana Roo’s SHIFT, 18mm offset downtube that redirects the airflow away from the drive side.

The CD0.1 Ultegra uses a high-modulus carbon fiber construction, Dura Ace/Ultegra components and BB30 technology. More features include ISM Adamo saddle, Shimano RS-30 wheels and Vision Trimax Alloy TT crankset.

Available in 4 sizes, the CD0.1 Ultegra uses TRP brakes, Tektro levers and is currently available as a complete bike only. With a new shatter design and distressed look, MSRP for the 2011 Quintana Roo CD0.1 Ultegra is $3100.

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