|Category||Bicycles > Road Bikes|
|Delivery Type||Post or Pickup|
49cm Seat Tube
51.5cm Top Tube
Bike has very little use and is itching to be ridden by the correct height rider.
The all-new Fuji Transonic
So just how fast does Fuji claim the Transonic to be? According to Fuji, "If a steady 300 watts were put out by a rider over a 40km course, the Transonic would be 65 seconds faster than the SST and 55 seconds faster than the Altamira." Unfortunately, these claims are hard to quantify without a comparison against other well-known aero frames, but either way, we expect this to be one fast ride.
Some of the aero trickery learned from the Track Elite and Norcom include an aerodynamically contoured head tube-fork-downtube junction, seatstays sculpted around the rear brake, a wheel-hugging seat tube and an aero seat post with integrated seat clamp. Some new aero features include full internal cable routing (Di2 compatible) and direct-mount brakes front and rear.
Just because a bike is fast in the wind tunnel, doesnât ensure itâs going to be good on the road. Fuji claims through high stiffness and stable steering geometry, the Transonic will give riders "confidence to push the boundaries of fast."
Frame: Carbon Aero
Fork: Carbon Aero
Groupset: Shimano Dura Ace 9000 (170mm crank arms)
Wheels: Oval Concept
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326 Darebin Rd, Fairfield, VIC, 3078