Six ultimate tri bikes of 2014

Some of the best bikes for triathletes with more F1 technology than you can shake a spoke at

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220 takes a look at some of the most awe-inspiring triathlon bikes currently on the market. If you’re reading this on a mobile device, you’d better sit down…

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Storck AeroIS

Storck AeroIS

Other highlights include full Dura-Ace componentry with Di2 satellite bullhorn shifters and sleek Zeitjäger cockpit. Price: £11,999 from www.storck-bicycle.cc.


Factor Vis Vires

Factor Vis Vires

Norfolk-based Factor have put it through significant wind-tunnel testing and claim it outperforms nearly all top aero road bikes. Dura-Ace Di2 makes an appearance, along with self-developed power meter cranks. Price: £9,999 from www.factorbikes.com.


Specialized S-Works Shiv Module

Specialized S-Works Shiv Module

Custom Trek Speed Concept 9 Series

Trek

Available in a variety of builds, the frame is nearly half a kilo lighter than before, and features a streamlined cockpit and internal routing for mechanical and electrical systems. Price: £5,000 from www.trekbikes.com.


BMC Time Machine TM01

BMC Timemachine TM01

Its makers claim it to be one of the most aerodynamic frames on the market, and it relies on this and a perfect fit (thanks to BMC’s Position to Perform principles) to deliver the goods. Price: £4,000 from www.evanscycles.com.


Boardman AiR/TTE

Boardman AiR/TTE
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