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    The bike of choice for some of the world's finest triathletes such as Tim O'Donnell, Luke Bell, Ain-Alar Juhanson, Samantha McGlone and Bree Wee, the E-114 needs no introduction. Known for its stability and comfort, featuring the ONEness concept and AHB 5000 integrated handlebar, the E-114 offers a wide positioning adjustment range for a sound ergonomic union of rider and bike. Properly positioned on a stable bike, you'll be more aerodynamic and faster, because in truth, the main source of aerodynamic drag is the rider, much more than any part of the bike. The E-114 is fully compliant with UCI regulations governing the dimensions and technical characteristics of time-trial bikes, as set out in its technical bulletin published in July 2009.

    Oneness:

    The ONEness structural fairing, in two sizes for reach adjustment (XS/S: 6.5cm and M/L: 9cm).
    Two sets of carbon tri-bar extensions, straight and S-bend.
    Carbon brake levers.
    Carbon arm rests.
    All necessary bolts and hardware for adjustment and assembly
    Total weight of the bullhorn/tri bar/armrest combination is only 740g.

    AFS tri/T.T. geometry:
    A unique, adapted geometry, with razor-sharp steering and unparalleled stability, even in situations where it is impossible to stay on the tribar extensions with other bikes. Every dimensional aspect has been defined in order to maximize bike control, even at extreme levels of exertion.
    A longer wheelbase increases stability, but where the extra length is situated is important for balanced performance. 400mm chainstays ensure proper chainline alignment, for faultless, dependable shifting.

    Aerodynamics

    When Torbjorn Sindballe established a new record for the bike split at Kona, his average speed was just over 40kph. This is a realistic speed for aerodynamic bike testing in a wind tunnel, so Argon's data is based on this speed.

    From the fork to the seat stays, every aspect of the E-114 is shaped to favor smooth airflow and reduce drag. At 40 kph, this translates to a 12% drag reduction in a headwind and an average reduction of 18% in crosswinds, compared to the E-80, twice ridden to World Triathlon Championships.

    Specifications :

    Frame
    7050 HM Monocoque Carbon
    Fork
    ONEness Integrated Fork//Aerobar
    Headset
    FSA Orbit 1 1/8"
    Seatpost
    ASP 6000 Carbon
    Front Derailleur
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
    Rear Derailleur
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
    Crankset
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900 - 53x39
    Bottom Bracket
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
    Brake Calipers
    Tektro
    Bar End Shifters
    Zipp Vuka R2C
    Cassette
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
    chain
    Shimano Dura-Ace 7900
    wheels
    Zipp 404 Front and 808 Rear Carbon Clincher
    Aerobar
    ONEness System
    Basebars
    ONEness System
    brake levers
    TRP
    stem
    Oneness System
    saddle
    Fizik Arione Tri2
    tires
    Vittoria Open Corsa CX, 700x23c
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