As its name implies, T2 is the most important transition for any triathlete. A synergy of arresting good looks and powerful design, the Aegis T2 effortlessly transforms fluid lines and determination into extreme velocity. The fastest and most comfortable tri-bike on the planet. By fully utilizing the benefits of carbon technology, the T2 allows to ride faster while simultaneously reducing rider fatigue - leaving ready for the run like never before. And, as if the ultimate combination of stiffness, comfort and aerodynamics wasn't enough - we'll even fully customize this show-stealer to suit one's personal tastes.
Amazon has the Thule T2 rack on sale for $348.44 with free shipping if you have Amazon Prime, may be free otherwise but I have Prime so I can't see for sure. Enter code RACKDEAL in the promotions box when you check out and click apply to get the discount. It's the lowest price I have found and hav ... Read More »
I was wondering whether a Thule T1 or T2 (or similar rack) carrier can open your bike up to damage from road debris spit up from the tires? I have mudguards on my 4Runner and assume they catch most of the debris but who know how much. Anyone have first-hand experience?Read More »
Hey there. Building a Kinesis T2 single speed bike.:)
Just a question before you go to the pictures!
What chain would I need to use without using a chain tensioner and just single speed kit?
Keep in mind the bike has vertical dropouts too.
[IMG]http://lp1.pinkbike.org/p4pb7499337/p4pb7 ... Read More »
So, I'm building a Kinesis T2 and have got the frame and main parts....
Next up are component choice. I'm going to be running single ring up front.
[Reason as to why I run single ring up front is; I was going to go single speed, then decided to go geared. My gf complained about me changing parts ... Read More »
quick question... im running a pretty bog standard specialised allez and will be clipping on some profile design t2's. there isn't much room once these are connected for my garmin forerunner 305.
i would somehow like to place an artificial "stem" between the 2 tri bars horizontally so ... Read More »