The Stryke is designed to be the ultimate aero machine. It featured the same front triangle of the new Track DF3, the sprint and pursuit racer’s dream frame, capable of sustaining the weight, power, and front end torque of powerhouse riders outputting 2000+ watts, without flex. The Stryke is made of unidirectional carbon fiber with a monocoque design.
I have handlebars that are not clip-on compatible. I was looking around for an aerobar that didn't need to be clipped on to my handle bars and came across this solution. It seem to attach to the stem itself. Theoretically I could buy the stem and aerobar. I could attach the aerobars to the stem and ... Read More »
A Question for the Profile Carbon Stryke Owners.
Before I pony up cash, I'm trying to figure out whether the clamp [U]width[/U] will fit onto the 31.8mm section of my 3T Forgie XL handlebar before it tapers to 26mm. How wide are the clamps? The real estate is limited next to the matching stem ... Read More »
I'm on the hunt for a new tri saddle. The Aspide looks really nice and is pretty light at 195g. It has also received some rave reviews. The tri-stryke, too, has receieved rave reviews, is a bit heavy at 285g, has a nice center cutout and a fat gel nose. I can't stand the white back panel on it, ... Read More »