The new Aerium C:68 Race is a high performance machine for podium-chasing triathletes and time triallists. You want proof? Well, it helped Andreas Raelert to a sensational 2nd place at the 2015 Kona Ironman. The superior carbon frame and performance-orientated equipment are optimised in every detail, representing the perfect symbiosis of ultimate performance and aerodynamics. You just ran out of excuses… but you also increased your chances of besting the competition. When we set out to develop the Aerium C:68 we had a simple goal in mind: to produce one of the fastest time trial frames currently available. That’s why we equipped the light, stiff Advanced Twin Mould carbon frame with rear-facing horizontal dropouts – just one of the features that contributes to this bike’s astonishing torsional and aerodynamic efficiency. As you’d expect, the clean lines and internal cable routing aren’t just there for looks – they’re primarily to reduce air resistance – and we proved this by refining the design with the help of wind tunnel testing. The result is uncompromsing performance: whichever way you set up the geometry or seating position, the Aerium C:68 Race will turn every ounce of effort into maximum forward propulsion. Maximum power output means minimum distraction, which is why we selected Shimano’s ultra-reliable and silky smooth Ultegra groupset driving Mavic Cosmic Elite wheels. Our own aero Aerium C:62 carbon fork with integrated front brake is a design and aerodynamic masterpiece, complemented perfectly by the Profile Svet Zero Carbon handlebar. Thanks to the adjustable carbon stem and the option of using a seat post with or without offset, this TT racer can easily be set up for any triathlon event.