A classic example of trickle-down technology, the Seduza's design is influenced by our years of designing and manufacturing cutting-ege triathlon bikes. Featuring beautifully woven 12K carbon, revised graphics, and a carefully selected component package, the 2013 Seduza commands respect from first sight.
The Seduza's design is based on the needs of experienced tri bike fitters asking for taller head tubes to improve their bike fitting needs. The headtube of the 2013 Seduza has been lengthened to accommodate a wider range of riders. Better fit and increased comfort will translate into faster riders. The Seduza incorporates the CD0.1 rear seatstay design with the new Seduza version - wind tunnel designed and dual bladed.
This bike cannot be shipped internationally. $100 flat rate shipping for us Ground.
Posted by William Henninger on 3rd Jan 2014
You can find a lot of reviews of this bike online, so I will not belabor any points already made. However, I will give some pros and cons:
-Good components for price
-Cockpit is very adjustable
-TriLab sends it almost totally put together
-I have previously used a Speed Concept 7 and this bike seems less wobbly at high speeds.
-Ultegra components shift smooth and ride smooth.
-The only big con I can state is that they seat that comes with the bike is not great. I am used to riding on a Fizik. However, it is an entry level bike, so you can't expect everything to be top of the line.
-The wheel set will need to be upgraded, but for the price I am fine with that.
-There will need to be some work on the cables for the shifters as they are just long enough to give you really bad burns on your knees.
It fits great, I am a 5'7.5" male, who is long torso'd. I went with the small and it fits nice. I think I am just small enough to ride a small, but if I was any taller, I wouldn't fit.
Great bike and TriLab was great to work with. I enjoyed their customer service much better than TriSports.
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