To achieve fast rides from full aerodynamic performance, it is important that both the bike and the rider are as aerodynamically efficient as possible.
Our design and engineering teams analyze data from extensive research and development and incorporate performance improvements into all new models. The ARIA’s advanced aerodynamic design has been heavily inspired by our extensive wind-tunnel testing, ride data collection, and feedback from our pro riders.
For the bike, full aerodynamic performance means the shape of the tubes’ profiles and their structural combination to cheat the wind’s resistance, resulting in the lowest drag possible.
For the rider, full aerodynamic performance means creating a position that allows for the least air resistance. Rider aerodynamics are achieved with an ideal frame and fork racing geometry that allows for an advanced tuck position.
Aero frame plus aero rider position equals Full Aero.
The Aria is an effective high-performance road machine that provides fast-pace versatility when it comes to triathlon. ARIA’s aggressive geometry lends itself perfectly to the high-speed race performance demanded in tri events.
Attaining the required horizontal-back, aerodynamic tuck position necessary for a successful bike segment is easily achieved through the ARIA’s triathlon configuration. Add clip-on aero bars, set the bars’ stack height (if required), and adjust saddle height and angle, and the ARIA is instantly triathlon ready.
Road or tri, the ARIA is ready to help you deliver your best.
Aero fork and seatstays are inspired by wind-tunnel tested TT and TRI Aquila CV model
1.4” to 1.1/8” - Full carbon