Made for racing
The faster you ride, the more important it is to have an aero bike. While rolling resistance increases at a constant rate, air resistance increases dramatically as your km/h ticks up. Starting at 14 km/h, the air is already the greatest resistance you must overcome, and at 20 km/h it jumps to 50% of total resistance. Then, at 45 km/h air resistance is over 90% of what you and your legs must pedal against. Extensive wind tunnel testing helped us develop the Aeroad’s aerodynamic Trident 2.0 tube profiles, so that you can cut through the air like a knife.