Andean 1

$4,500.00

Diamondback is back with three new builds selected to meet the needs of a wide range of triathletes. Andean 1’s newly updated stem assembly preserves the best-in-class storage capacity, aerodynamics, and cable integration of the original design, while dramatically increasing aerobar compatibility and ease of maintenance and assembly. The heart of the Andean remains unchanged: a carbon fiber frame that acts as one large airfoil to dramatically reduce drag. Multiple integrated storage options allow you to carry everything you need on race day and in training without loading up your jersey pockets or disturbing your aerodynamic profile.

 

The Andean 1 offers a high-value, high-performance component mix. Shifting is smooth and effortless thanks to an Ultegra drivetrain with FSA Gossamer Pro cranks. TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes provide predictable stopping power no matter the course conditions. The Vision TriMax wheelset is lightweight, strong, and Tubeless Ready.

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Diamondback is back with three new builds selected to meet the needs of a wide range of triathletes. Andean 1’s newly updated stem assembly preserves the best-in-class storage capacity, aerodynamics, and cable integration of the original design, while dramatically increasing aerobar compatibility and ease of maintenance and assembly. The heart of the Andean remains unchanged: a carbon fiber frame that acts as one large airfoil to dramatically reduce drag. Multiple integrated storage options allow you to carry everything you need on race day and in training without loading up your jersey pockets or disturbing your aerodynamic profile.

 

The Andean 1 offers a high-value, high-performance component mix. Shifting is smooth and effortless thanks to an Ultegra drivetrain with FSA Gossamer Pro cranks. TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes provide predictable stopping power no matter the course conditions. The Vision TriMax wheelset is lightweight, strong, and Tubeless Ready.

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