According to Specialized the women’s specific Alias offers the best of both worlds
It’s an all-rounder which balances all-day comfort with triathlon performance. The geometry meets the aerodynamic demands of the bike leg while not forgetting the requirements to be comfortable during the hard months preparing for the big day.
Clip-on bars and a zero offset seatpost allow the rider to get into a powerful and air-cutting time trial position with the paired shallow-drop handlebars primed for training and negotiating more technical courses. Paired to a rounded seatpost and Specialized’s supplied BG women’s saddle, the Alias finds the middle ground between endurance training and race-day speed. Just in case you find yourself lost on an all-day escape you will at least have plenty of space for fuel with a provision for a bento box or direct mounted Specialized Remora storage box on the top tube. With five sizes and numerous models available, the Alias has got the race season covered.
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