The PRsix2 includes all the features of the PRsix with advances including:
- 11% increase in stiffness;
- 10% reduction in weight; and
- An integrated aerodynamic hydration system giving it a balance of aerodynamics, weight and stability.
“We’ve always prided ourselves in listening to our customers,” said ABG president Peter Hurley. “The PRsix2 is a case-in-point. Our engineers have taken our original PRsix, incorporated what we’ve heard from triathletes, and elevated the bike to provide a higher degree of performance.”
Other features of the PRsix2 include:
- Invisible cable routing with integrated Di2 port;
- SHIFT+ technology;
- Confident fit window;
- Colour, component and upgrade options;
- Aero enhancing, upgraded Qbox;
- T47 bottom bracket, stronger more precision fit with added stiffness; and
- Ships 90% assembled in proprietary shipping pro box
The PRsix2 is available in 24 different paint and graphic combinations with colours including: Matte Green; Electric Blue; Neutron; Rosso Corsa; Black/Stealth; Cool Mint; White; Jet; Matte Red; Matte Blue; and Matte Violet.
Quintana Roo adds that the PRsix Series bikes, including the new PRsix2, are athlete-friendly when it comes to shipping, assembly and mechanical fixes. When shipped, the bike come 90% assembled and takes just a few minutes to assemble. All a rider needs is a basic knowledge of bike mechanics and two sizes of allen wrenches.
The PRSeries bikes are painted and assembled at ABG’s 48,000 sq ft facility in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The PRsix2 customizable bike starts at US$8,500.
The PRsix2 is featured on the cover the March/April Design Awards issue of Triathlete magazine. Quintana Roo, in tandem with Triathlete, is giving one lucky reader the opportunity to ‘Win This Bike’. To enter, readers must complete the form found at http://www.triathlete.com/winthisbike by midnight (Mountain time) on May 15th. The contest is open to US residents only – with only one sign-up per person; duplicate entries may disqualify an entrant from winning.