The Im­prove­ments

Triathlon Magazine Canada - - Front Page -

One of the most ex­ten­sive ad­di­tions is the new aero bar sys­tem fea­tur­ing a unique mono­rail de­sign that is sleek and in­cred­i­bly com­fort­able. The mo­noex­ten­sion could not be cut on the ear­lier ver­sions, but here it can be cut from the front of the bar for op­ti­mum fit. Ad­di­tion­ally, a bot­tle cage can be mounted be­tween the two arm­rests, which is one of the most ad­van­ta­geous places for fuel.

The new fork shape and the new SpeedFin brake cover help rid­ers cut through the wind. The 9.9 fea­tures pre­mium 600 Se­ries oclv Car­bon and car­bon dropouts and is com­pat­i­ble with all elec­tronic shift­ing (namely all cur­rent Shi­mano Di2 and Cam­pag­nolo eps driv­e­trains) as well as me­chan­i­cal shift­ing. Al­though Trek uses pro­pri­etary han­dle­bars, a steerer stub is avail­able that will al­low you to use any stan­dard 1– 1/8" stem and han­dle­bar com­bi­na­tion.

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