I am a Quintana Roo ambassador and sponsored by their Norwegian retailer JBS Sport. For the Norwegians looking for a new triathlon bike and find QR interesting send a message to Jonas (at) jbssport.no or send JBS Sport a message on Facebook. Extra good prices will be given to those ordering their 2019 bike now.
The Quintana Roo PRSix Disc – the flagship bike of a bike manufacturer that only makes triathlon bikes. All the components are carefully chosen by myself with nothing else than top performance in mind. She is not 100 % done yet, with too long aero bar extensions, missing bar tape and a bit messy front cable wise. Don’t be worried; this will all be sorted out after the bike fit.
The specifications are the following:
- Frame: Quintana Roo PRSix Disc in size 52
- Aerobar: Morf-Tech TriFold
- Seat: Specialized Sitero
- Gear: Sram Etap
- Brakes: Sram Hydraulic disc brakes
- Crankset: Praxis Zayante 170mm carbon crank with Praxis Cold Forged X-Rings with 53/39t
- Wheels: Enve 7.8 SES Disc Tubeless (the unrevealed disc rear wheel will come after in January)
- Tires: Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless
- Bottle frame: Xlab Aero TT
- Pedals: Assioma Duo Power pedals
Any thoughts of improvements? Dont hesitate to leace a comment below
7 kommentarer til “Meet my new love – The Quintana Roo PRsix Disc”
Wax or oil for the drivetrain?
Ceramic speed UFO drip
Beautiful machine! 🙂 Have you given the Morf bars a good test yet? Would be very interested in hearing your thoughts on them, such an interesting concept.
If anything, spray paint the rear cage black and that’s that. I wouldn’t change it.
Beautiful bike. Great stuff.
Lekkert! Syns det var kult med den flaskeholderen, matcha sete railsene og sykkelen, og hvis den holder godt på flaska hadde jeg beholdt den på. Hva veier sykkelen sånn den står nå?
Har du vurdert den notio konect føleren?
Hei. Har ikke veid den enda eller testet Notioen. Oppdatering kommer asap
Do you only carry one bottle? If so, how much do you compromise each time you reach backward to drink (every 12min?).
Ceramic bearings on the BB and wheels, as well as derailleur pulleys. Look at your pedals as well, and what shoes you use (better use a tt-style shoe cover).