The price of race-winning cutting-edge technology for triathletes and time trial specialists just went down. Giant’s 2013 Trinity Composite 0 puts Shimano’s latest Di2 technology in your hands to give you the high-performance machine of your dreams.
Performing at your best in a triathlon requires innovative equipment that won’t hold you back when the chips are down. The Trinity Composite 0 has a frame and fork that breaks new ground in design and performance, yet keeps reliability in focus. The Composite carbon fiber frame has undergone finite element analysis for perfect material usage throughout the structure for optimal ride quality and weight minimization. The entire bike has been windtunneled to eliminate drag and add wind-cheating features, such as internal cable routing, hidden Speed Control brake calipers, and a conformal down tube to mask the rear wheel. There is even a port on the left chainstay for an ANT+ RideSense sensor (sold separately) for speed and cadence. The crankset is installed into the Trinity 0’s PowerCore bottom bracket for optimum pedaling response when pouring on the coals in the final miles.
The Trinity Composite 0 features Shimano’s Ultegra Di2 electronic drivetrain, with shifter buttons on the aero bars and on the base bar at the brake levers. This allows the rider to shift while pedaling out of the saddle while climbing or exiting a turn, or while riding a straight but rolling course into the wind. Shifting is done with the ease of clicking a computer mouse. And the shifting is perfect. Every time. The Di2 system even trims the front derailleur for you! Shimano 10-speed Ultegra Di2 components are found at the shifters, derailleurs, 53/39T crankset. 11-25T cassette and dual-control brake levers. Battery life is between 900-1000 miles, depending on front derailleur usage. The bike’s Shimano R501-30 alloy wheelset features blade spokes and radial lacing for wind-cheating efficiency and durability. An adjustable Giant Connect SL base bar and carbon composite clip-on bar has a wide range of adjustability for a comfortable fit. The wing-style Giant Trinity Vector SLR composite seatpost has an adjustable seat clamp, and is topped with a Fizik Arione Tri2 saddle.
|Features||Composite carbon fiber frameset, aero frame shaping, triathlon fit, 10-speed Shimano Di2 electronic shifting, 53/39T Ultegra crankset, 11-25T Ultegra cassette, alloy wheels, stable handling|