The Kilo has a re-designed aerodynamic frame with a taller head tube. Better fit and increased comfort will translate into faster and happier riders. The frame is lightweight AN6 alloy aluminum, custom drawn into butted, aero shapes. This is a serious entry-level triathlon bike with a new retail price for 2011.
CONTROLS Headset: FSA Orbit IS; Handlebar: Profile Airwing; Aero bars: Profile ZBS Ski Bend; Stem: Quintana Roo; Saddle: Velo; Seat Post: Alloy Aero
DRIVETRAIN Front Derailleur: 105; Rear Derailleur: Ultegra; Shifters: Shimano; Cranks: FSA Omega Compact; Bottom Bracket: FSA; Cassette: 105; Chain: 105
BRAKE SYSTEM Brakes: Tektro; Levers: Tektro RX4.1
WHEELSET Wheelset 700c: Alex 220; Wheelset 650c: Alex 220; Tires: Maxxis Columbiere