Aegis 2000 Trident 4 Older Road Bike

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $2650.00


Product Description

road race & triathlon, Shimano Ultegra components, Aegis Hot Rod Carbon fork


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Coll Haddon a Triathlete from West Point

Date Reviewed: March 7, 2001

Strengths:    One of the top carbon bikes on the market. It is surpprisengly stiff for the weight. Very responsive and climbs like there is no tomorrow. The Dura Ace group shifts well even when throwing a 39-54 front chainring (Requires a 113 XTR Bottom Bracket)Recommend paying the extra for the Hot Rod Fork (it is well woprth it. A truly great ride which is well worth the money.

Weaknesses:    Haven't found one yet.

Bottom Line:   
Bottom Line. If you want a responsive, quick, good climbing bike that will truly turn heads this is the one to get. Well worth the price.

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Favorite Ride:   Along the Banks of the Hudson and then up the hills

Price Paid:    $3000.00

Purchased At:   AEGIS Bicycles (Direct from Manufacturer)

Similar Products Used:   Quitano Roo TeQuille, Kestral KM40

Bike Setup:   Dura Ace Group (39-54 front, 11-23 rear), Hot Rod Carbon Fork and Steerer,Crane Creek C2 Head Set, Profile Carbon X Bars with Dura Ace Bar end shifters. Zipp 404's (Not included in the price), Look Pedals.


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:4
Submitted by Gary a Triathlete from Carnation,WA USA

Date Reviewed: August 23, 2000

Strengths:    The Trident tracks very well at speed with no quirky tendencies. The bike loves to climb! Feels like it is
accelerating uphill.


Weaknesses:    Tad bit pricey. I've had some problems with the Speedplay pedals.

Bottom Line:   
I would recommend this bike to anyone. I have gone as far as 200 miles in one day without a problem. Once the bike is dialed in, I've had no problems at all. Good climber. Accelerates very good even with the 700c wheels. The carbon fiber frame with the Aegis Hotrod carbon fiber forks absorb rough roads easily. I would buy another if I ever wear this one out!

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Similar Products Used:   Kestral KM40

Bike Setup:   56cm frame, Hed 3 wheels, DuraAce Aero drivetrain, Speedplay X2 pedals, clearcoated weave added little weight but stiffer



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