Since the Unveiling of the 2015 Fuji Transonic it has been praised by everyone from Bike Radar to Velonews.
Fuji spent two years developing the Transonic and the result is a frame that is much more aero than its SST, but close in weight to the Altamira.
Fuji not only harnessed what it learned developing its Track Elite and Norcom Straight in the wind tunnel into a road bike every bit as formidable, but also upped the ante in an already-prodigious road lineup. Stiffer, Lighter, and now FASTER.
With aerodynamics conquered and a new potential for unprecedented speed, Fuji focused next on unwavering control to instill the Transonic's riders with the confidence to push the boundaries of fast.
The seatpost has a proprietary aero shape, and it's rough surface on the seatpost helps prevent slips. Di2-equipped models fit the battery inside the seatpost to keep it out of the wind. An internal, wedge-type seatpost clamp keeps air flowing smoothly.
Fuji curves the seat tube to create a modest cutout for the rear wheel. Tucking in the wheel helps keep air flowing around the wheel/tube area.
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