Quintana Roo PRfive Ultegra Di2 Race
The draw: Wind-cheating frame design
Riders can experience Quintana Roo’s long history and cumulative knowledge of aerodynamics through clever tube shapes that trick the wind to make the PRfive a magician of sorts in the way it controls airflow. The chainstay is beefed up to push wind from the more turbulent drive side to the cleaner non-drive side. This design also shields the rear brake while increasing the power transferred at the bottom bracket. This bike feels comfortable and nimble on the road and is ready to race out of the box with a carbon Profile Design cockpit, ISM saddle and Reynolds Strike SLG wheelset.