Quintana Roo Womens Road Bikes

Quintana Roo are the triathlon specialists selling anything from wet-suits to super time trial bikes. This US based company was founded in 1981 after its founder competed in the first Ironman on Hawaii’s Big Island. Quintana Roo is in Mexico and the founders favourite place on earth. 1989 he launched his first tri-bike which was a huge success and has been dominating the sport ever since. The company have a number of options available and prices vary, but for the best triathletes there is only once brand to buy. Quintana Roo’s range for 2011 consists for 3 bikes for different levels of triathlete and price point. Top of the range is the CD0.1, middle range is the Dulce and the budget version is the Chicqilo. All the bike are designed with women in mind and have engineered geometry for the perfect aero position. The seatstays on each bike has been wind tunnel tested and reduces drag, thus increasing efficiency through the air. All the bikes are available in 3 sizes and all come with many praises from riders and tri magazines alike.

Quintana Roo CD0.1

This top of the range womens triathlon bike comes with a top specification. The frame and forks are made of carbon and include BB30 technology for a stiffer more efficient ride. Shimano provide the groupset via their Dura Ace/Ultegra range and it comes with Vision Timex Alloy TT cranks. It runs on the popular Shimano RS-30 wheels and comes with a paint job that will get people talking….pink camouflage.

Quintana Roo Dulce

The Dulce has similar carbon frame/forks for a lightweight feeling and has a strong black with pink designed paint job. It comes with an Ultegra groupset with the odd 105 component thrown in and an FSA Gosamer compact chainset. It runs on the Shimano RS-20 wheels and Maxxis Columbiere tyres.

Quintana Roo Chicqilo

This budget triathlon bike is made from AN6 alloy aluminium, which is still lightweight. The Chicqilo has Ultegra/105 components and the FSA Omega compact crankset. It comes in the same black and pink colours as the Dulce but has slightly lower spec wheels in the Alex 220’s.

Quintana Roo ladies range has exploded in popularity over the last few years due to more women competing in triathlons around the world. This is a select range of bike for anyone who is serious in getting into this sport.

Quintana Roo CD0.1 Ultegra 2011 Review

Quintana Roo Dulce 2011 Review

Quintana Roo Chicqilo 2011 Review