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Races are won or lost by the smallest of margins, so better stack the odds in your favor with the Gennix A1. Through Computational Fluid Dynamic iterations, we’ve tweaked every square centimeter to counteract the most prevailing force foreseen on your ride: drag. Altogether, the system (rider, bike, bottles) has proven to be 4% faster than our Gennix R1 platform. That means 4% more energy to win those road sign sprints and Strava KOMs! The Gennix A1’s aggressive and responsive geometry, paired with premium stiffness, will bring your performance to the #nextlevel.
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TechGet all the advantages of a cutting-edge aerodynamic bike with classical mechanical components. Equipped with the Shimano Ultegra group, the Gennix A1 Elite is ready to race. It's designed to slice through the air and help you save all the energy required to finish off strong.
- Frame: RTCC2 carbon, NVM2 monocoque technology
- Fork: Gennix A, RTCC2 full carbon
- Shift levers: Shimano Ultegra 6800, dual control
- Front derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 6800, braze-on
- Rear derailleur: Shimano Ultegra 6800
- Crankset: Shimano Ultegra 6800, 52/36T
- Bottom bracket: FSA Press fit 386 EVO type, 24 mm reducer
- Cassette: Shimano Ultegra 6800, 11-25T, 11-speed
- Chain: Shimano HG700, 1/2x11/128''
- Front wheel: Shimano RS330, 30 mm aluminum
- Rear wheel: Shimano RS330, 30 mm aluminum
- Tires: Vittoria Rubino Pro, 700 x 25c
- Saddle: Fizik Antares R5
- Seat post: Garneau Multi Axis, carbon w/Ritchey WCS 1-bolt clamp
- Handlebar: 3T Ergonova, compact bend, 31.8 mm
- Grips: Garneau anti-slip
- Stem: 3T ARX II Team, -6°
- Headset: FSA Orbit IS138, 1 1/8" - 1 3/8" integrated type
- Brake levers: Shimano Ultegra 6800
- Brakes: Shimano Ultegra 6810 direct mount
- Accessories: Chain drop protector
- *2017 Model Year Bike Components Listed
Geometry : Gennix A1 - 2017 MEASUREMENT LEXICON XS S M L XL XXL A Seat tube length C/TOP 450 480 510 530 570 600 B Top tube length C/C 511 529 547 565 580 595 C Chainstay length C/C 405 405 405 407 407 407 D Head tube height 106* 129* 149* 170* 191* 208* E Seat tube angle 74.5° 74° 73.5° 73° 73° 73° F Head tube angle 71.5° 72.25° 73.25° 73.25° 73.35° 73.35° G Bottom bracket drop 74 74 71.5 71.5 69 69 H Fork rake 49 49 43 43 43 43 I Trail 61 57 57 57 56 56 J Stand over height 731 757 784 807 833 854 K Wheelbase 964 972 971 986 999 1011 L Stack 510 534 556 576 594 610 M Reach 368 375 382 389 396 403 Ergonomic Positioning Torso Angle: 35°
DescriptionRaces are won or lost by the smallest of margins, so better stack the odds in your favor with the Gennix A1. Through Computational Fluid Dynamic iterations, we’ve tweaked every square centimeter to counteract the most prevailing force foreseen on your ride: drag. Altogether, the system (rider, bike, bottles) has proven to be 4% faster than our Gennix R1 platform. That means 4% more energy to win those road sign sprints and Strava KOMs! The Gennix A1’s aggressive and responsive geometry, paired with premium stiffness, will bring your performance to the #nextlevel.
1 Customer Review(s)I'll admit, I was not looking to get one of these originally...I've always ridden handmade, European framesets and have long focused on getting something with an exotic, unpronounceable name to add to my bike stable. But, I had a chance to test ride one of these Gennix A1's and, after taking it for a mixed ride of great roads, hard efforts, and gentle spinning I was sold.
While billed to be an aero race bike, this thing is actually a bit more versatile. In the year that I've had it, I've taken in for the local industrial park crit series, on a gravel adventure, over some massive marathon distances, and for the all-out weekly training ride ("race") with some friends. All along, it's basically done everything. With a great geometry (I've always had fit issues but I was able to dial this in perfectly), ample tire clearance (you can get at least 25mm if not 27mm tires in there), and a stiff but not abusive road manner I just love the bike.
I have experienced no creaking or other funky noses from anywhere on the bike (which is a major pet-peeve of mine) and can only complain about a little bit of seatpost slippage on the first few rides before the post's clearcoat was roughed up enough to stay in place.
And, my only "warning" is that 50mm+ deep dish wheels in strong cross-winds can be a bit tough unless you are used to that or have some wheels that deal with it better (I used Shimano C50s).
So, if you think your bike needs some crazy Euro-exotic name or massive US brand caché, give this a second look. I've always loved Garneau kit and shoes and have no discovered their bikes. I'll be back for more.
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