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What's the best Tri bike for the money for under $2500
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I know one that fits me best but as far as getting the most bang for the buck (components and what not). I am going to be doing olympics and HIM in the future so looking to upgrade.
Last edited by: trigu: Sep 11, 10 17:45
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If you want a tri bike (not a road with clip-ons) I cant see how you could go wrong with a Felt B14/16 or a Cervelo P1/P2. Or even a Specialized Transition Comp can be had at your price point. Lots of good bikes available especially this time of year. If you have a hard time deciding, buy the one you get the best deal on or the one that looks the nicest to you (all else regarding fit being the same).
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Cervelo Soloist Team/S1 etc...does both road and tri great!
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The Trek Speed Concept 7.0 (when it comes out): http://www.trekbikes.com/...pt_7/speedconcept70/

You could save a bit more and go with the SC2 (same aerodynamics, but an Alum. frame).

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Last edited by: Titanflexr: Sep 11, 10 19:43
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Cervelo P2, I know guys who've gotten the P3 for $3k so I'm sure you could find a P2 for your price.


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Cervelo P2, Felt, Specialized are my top 3...
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"Or even a Specialized Transition Comp can be had at your price point..."

I got a very lightly used 2009 Transition Pro full DA for $2200 off the bay. In my very humble opinio, there is little limit to what you can get for $2500 if you are a patient shopper and don't mind having a few hundred miles on the bike when you get it.
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