28 Sep '12, 12am

Fast For Less: Three Affordable Tri Bikes

Fast For Less: Three Affordable Tri Bikes By Aaron Hersh Published 17 hours ago comments Tweet Share Share Print Photo: Nils Nilsen Table of Contents Specialized Shiv Elite A1 Apex Blue Triad AL Felt S22 Page 1 of 3: Specialized Shiv Elite A1 Apex Blue Triad AL Felt S22 These aluminum tri bikes—priced as affordably as any—have all the essential features you need to ride fast and comfortably. We road-tested them to help you find the best match for your riding style. Specialized Shiv Elite A1 Apex $1,550, Specialized.com Fit Any bike fitter will confirm that comfort, not a low position, is the key to a fast ride. If you’re most comfortable in an upright position, the Shiv is a perfect match. This frame is optimized for a high bar position, and the tall and adjustable bars further complement that riding style. Kit Thanks to the omnidirectional adjustment offered by the aeroba...

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