by Jessica Hainstock
Published: November 26, 2019 (1 week ago)

Quintana Roo’s Dulce features a state-of-the-art, hand-built carbon frame for flex-free efficiency, effortless climbing and sleek aerodynamics. It’s also stable and incredibly comfortable thanks to QR’s tested and proven tri-specific geometry and carbon’s inherent vibration-damping characteristics. 

A women’s tri seat and taller head tube, along with shorter-reach aero bars and a narrower base bar give women the fit that they need. 

Specs like the FSA compact cranks and an Ultegra rear derailleur with Dura-Ace shifting makes your competition envious. The carbon frame delivers speed, aerodynamics and long course triathlon comfort. Plus, with a carbon aero fork, wind-tunnel-designed stays, and QR’s aero seatpost, the Dulce slices through the wind and carries you to victory. 

Size: XS
New Vision Team 30 650c triathlon wheelset
Quick-release front & rear hubs for quick tire changes
Upgraded cassette (11-28) for better gear ratios, pedaling cadence and optimal efficiency, making the sea to sky, or climbing Seymour or Callaghan feel like a breeze)
Front derailleur: Shimano 105
Back derailleur: Ultegra

Perfect tri bike for someone looking to try their hand at the 70.3 or Ironman distances.

Cost: $850.