Cervélo P5X eTap
Cervélo partnered with Enve and Hed Cycling in designing and producing the top-end P5X that features a seat-tubeless frame design with triathlon geometry and highly customizable front end. Integrated nutrition, hydration and storage can be found behind the seat, above the bottom bracket and on the toptube. The P5X is also one of the few triathlon-specific bikes to use disc brakes as an added feature to this slick machine. A wireless SRAM eTap drivetrain is used in conjunction with TRP HY/RD disc brakes. Other highlights include an Enve SES 7.8 wheelset and Ceramic Speed PF-30 bottom bracket. The P5X eTap has an SRP of $16,000.
The IA3 uses Felt's most aerodynamic frame design built with UHC Advanced carbon fibre. This triathlon-specific machine features slippery tube profiles, low seatstays and an integrated bar and fork assembly that also hides the front brake. An 11-speed Shimano Dura-Ace drivetrain coupled with a Vision Trimax crankset transfers power to the Felt TTR3 wheelset. The SRP is $6,499.
The Kuota K-Factor is a stealth-like, wind-cutting bike that features an 11-speed Shimano 105 groupset fitted to a front-triangle monocoque full-carbon frame with internal cable routing and is Di2-ready. A Profile Design bass bar and aerobar set-up is coupled with a Ritchey Comp stem, while American Classic takes care of the wheels with its Race wheelset. The SRP is $3,149.