Known primarily for its triathlon bikes, Quintana Roo has unveiled their second aero road bike called the SRsix, touting less weight and a better aerodynamic signature than the previous model.
According to Quintana Roo, the SRsix’s wind-cheating capabilities come by way of a new silhouette, with revised tube shapes and profiles punctuating its design, not to mention better integration and increased clearance up to 32mm tires. And, the Tennessee-based brand backs this up with plenty of wind-tunnel testing data.
Quintana Roo claims the new SRsix tips the scales at 995g in a size medium, while the full-carbon fork weighs in at 425 – impressive figures indeed for a disc brake specific frameset.
Other features that highlight the SRsix include full internal cable routing that works with both mechanical and electronic groupsets, FSA’s ACR headset system, a T47 threaded bottom bracket, flat mount disc brakes with 12mm thru-axles and a proprietary aero seatpost with a hidden wedge-style clamp.
The SRsix is available in five sizes, as either a stand alone frameset ($3,250), or as a complete bike with multiple build options starting at $5650, which comes equipped with a Shimano Ultegra mechanical drivetrain with DT Swiss E1800 alloy wheels.
Other options include one-piece cockpits from Vision and Rotor power meter cranks, leading up the range-topping model that’s fitted with a Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 electronic groupset with Zipp 404 NSW tubeless wheelset for $10,950.
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