Fuji Transonic 1.1 Di2 Road Bike - 2017. Aero is the new buzzword in the cycling industry, and it's much more than just hype. Study after study has shown that aerodynamics is the single most important factor when it comes to unleashing a rider's full potential. Those gains can come from a lot of places--like body position, deep section wheels, and helmets--but the frame is one of the most important places. Which is why Fuji introduced the Transonic. It incorporates all the latest aerodynamic advances of the last few years into a single, race proven platform. The Fuji Transonic 1.1 frame has been design to help you cut through the wind. Fuji's engineers spent several years wind-tunnel testing and FEA-modeling the Transonic frame to achieve the right shape to help you gain an advantage on your competitors. They found that while aerofoil shapes may be aerodynamically efficient, they compromise the rigidity of the frame. They also don't perform as well in a cross-wind, and can compromise your control of the bike. To solve this problem, Fuji uses a wide cross-section tube shape made from C10 high modulus carbon fiber that cuts through the wind but increases stiffness, and increases your control of the bike at speed. They also borrowed some of the most successful wind-cheating elements of their hyper-fast Track Elite and Norcom Straight TT models. An aerodynamically contoured head tube-fork-downtube junction blends the frame areas together to ensure smooth, uninterrupted airflow over the front of the bike and across the downtube. The seat tube-seatstay junction is sculpted to reduce turbulent air exiting the seat tube -- in the Transonic's case, contoured around the rear brake to shield it from the wind. An aero seat post with an integrated seat clamp that produces cleaner airflow, plus a roughened surface on the front of the seat post to ensure the post doesn't slip. The seat tube is also contoured around the rear wheel to minimize drag. But having a super-aero frame only gets you so far. You need great components to round out the build. Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 is the choice of the pro's and for good reason. Powerful, computer controlled electronic shifting gives you crisp and accurate shifting everytime. You can even shift under load or while climbing. The battery charge is good for over 1,200 miles, so you never have to worry about running out of juice. Rounding out the package is a bevy of carbon. Oval Concepts 910 Ergo carbon bars, Oval 707 stem, Transonic aero carbon seatpost, and a pair of super aerodynamic and ultra-lightweight Oval Concepts 950F carbon clinchers wrapped up in Vittoria Open Corsa tires. TRP provides direct mount brakes that hide from the wind. If you're looking for a bike that truly delivers the ultimate in performance in any terrain, from flatland sprints to high mountain passes, the Fuji Transonic is the bike for you.
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