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Argon 18 E119T Seatpost + Tailwind Box Triathlon Assembly

Argon 18 E119T Seatpost + Tailwind Box Triathlon AssemblyArgon 18 E119T Seatpost + Tailwind Box Triathlon Assembly
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Description

About Argon 18 E119T Seatpost + Tailwind Box Triathlon Assembly

The Argon 18 E119T Seatpost with Tailwind Triathlon Assembly integrates a hydration, nutrition and survival storage solution designed for the ultimate Argon 18 triathlon bike E-119 Tri+.

Argon 18 has provided an aerodynamic advantage during races and training which is entirely integrated and customisable for every rider's needs. Gives the bike a sleek look by integrating the accessories in its design.

Features

Seatpost - Triathlon-adapted geometry including an angle of 78 degrees. Adjustable position +28mm to -28mm to create an optimal fit for any level of athlete. Made with carbon.

Box - Solid plastic with a capacity of 1.5L (1500mL). Content examples: repair kit (tubular tyre, C02 catridge,etc) and other (food, cell, light jacket, etc). Pad box's content with rag or foam to avoid rattle if necessary. Has a secure closing strap.

Slide Post - Secured onto the seatpost. The length is extendable but not further than the minimum insertion mark. The end has a range of adjustment 24 degrees to -5 degrees.

Hub - The box inserts into the hub. There is an easy release valve.

Installation Instructions - Refer to Argon 18 E-119 Tri+ Assembly Guide.

Specifications

Specific to Argon 18 triathlon bike E-119 Tri+.

Seatpost: Carbon.

Box Capacity: 1.5L / 1500mL.

Colour: Black.

What's in the Box?

Seatpost ASP7600.

Argon 18 logo end cap for seatpost.

Tailwind Box.

Tailwind Hub and Slide Post.

Two bolts.

More About The Manufacturer Argon 18

Argon 18 is a Canadian cycle manufacturer founded in 1989 by Gervais Rioux in Montreal, Quebec. The name is derived from the element, which is number 18 on the periodic table of elements; it's also one of six natural noble gases. After retiring as a rider, ex-Olympian Rioux opened a bike shop, where the brand was born. In 2001 they produced their first carbon frame and the brand is now distributed in 31 countries. Argon 18 sponsors German pro cycling team Bora-Argon 18 and debuted at the Tour de France in 2015.