Quintana Roo’s new SRsix has been designed with the athlete in mind, as a response to requests for bike handling, feel and practicality to be at the forefront of a new bike model.
The new SRsix claims to be optimised for speed and comfort, with an enhanced aero geometry. With the carbon frame coming in at 995g, QR say that the bike is built both for speed and comfort, its light-weight offering helping up hills and fully adjustable cockpit stack and reach allowing for rider personalisation.
Fully wind tunnel tested, QR say the SRsix performs up to its industry competition, being the most aero when kitted out with bottles on the downtube and seattube and thus “the fastest in real world instances”.
“An aero bike should work as well in the real world as it does in the laboratory,” said Brad DeVaney, design engineer behind the SRseries range. “With this in mind, we have developed a bike that works best for everyday athletes and enthusiasts, without compromise.”
Pricing for the SRsix starts at $5,649, outfitted with Shimano Ultegra components and a DTSwiss E1800 disc wheelset. The SRsix tops out in its premium build at $10,949, outfitted with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 and a Zipp 404 NSW carbon tubeless disc wheelset.
QR triathlon and road bikes are manufactured by American Bicycle Group in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Find out more at quintanarootri.com