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|Type:||Road, Tri Bike|
|Recommended Use:||Touring, Road - Race, Fitness Training|
The Transonic is the culmination of years of aero engineering in the A2 Wind Tunnel that first yielded Fuji’s Track Elite, then Norcom Staight; then Transonic: the epitome of all knowledge gained and lessons learned channeled into an aero road bike. The Transonic is a no-compromise pursuit of speed with control, achieved through optimum stiffness and stable steering geometry. In addition to athlete feedback, Fuji integrates mechanic feedback into all of its products; and the Transonic is the latest to exemplify one of the brand’s overriding goals: to design bikes that are easy-to-service and user-friendly. Fuji was one of the first in the industry to position a direct-mount brake on the seatstays instead of under the chainstay, where it is extremely challenging to set up and service and impossible to adjust in a race situation. Fuji worked directly with Shimano to modify their front brake design and apply it to a rear seatstay position, where it affords both mechanics and riders easy access for adjustments and wheel changes.
|Seat Tube C to T||440||470||500||520||540||560||590|
|Seat Tube Effective||460||490||520||540||560||580||610|
|Top Tube Effective||505||515||530||545||560||580||600|
|Head Tube Length||100||100||120||135||155||175||195|
|Seat Tube Angle/Actual||75.5°||75.3°||75°||73.5°||73°||73°||73°|
NOTE: All bikes are sold and delivered partially assembled. Final assembly should be done by a certified bike technician. Failure to have the bike assembled by a certified bike technician may void the warranty and could result in damage and/or injury if not assembled correctly.