Sunday, 25 September, 2016

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Extreme power transfer

vibration dampening....agile

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Easy to travel with

no proprietary tools or brakes

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Long Distance Triathlon Specific

hold the aero position longer

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No marketing gimmicks

Just solid design

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Slippery fast

for an age grouper or a Pro

COMPANY NEWS FLASH

Valdora's Kids Road / Triathlon bikes are now available!
With true Valdora geometry, the 24" Sprint is perfect for most kids 7 - 12 yrs or 50 - 59".
With kid gearing and easy to reach shifters and brake levers this bike is a joy.

Available in black with a splash of Red, Blue, or Pink!  (Link to the kids bike page). More News

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Design You Can Trust

Independently tested, Valdora's frames have passed the highest strength and fatigue tests offered for the industry.  Only the third tt / triathlon frame to pass at this level as of the test date.  Travel at high speed with confidence.

Versatility

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Valdora triathlon bikes were definitely designed for triathlon but the adjustability, angles and stack have enticed more than a few to purchase a 2nd and build as an aero road bike.

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Simplicity

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Travel with confidence. There are no special tools needed to work on a Valdora. Any decent bike tech or mechanically inclined athlete can get it out of the bike case and back together. Ready to race.

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Originality

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You've stumbled across something here. Since 2001, Valdora's semi-compact triathlon geometry has proven tried and true. It will leave your neck, back and legs ready to run. The sloping top tube makes the frame lighter and stiffer with a great look. If you do your research, and don't follow the crowd, don't be surprised to find yourself back here.

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