Has any Tri bike had more success in 2015 than the E-118 Next? Leon Griffin, Terenzo Bozzone, Ivan Rana, and Magali Tisseyre all kickin' ass!
—Jeff Symonds, Professional Triathlete and Argonaut, April 2015
The iconic Argon 18 Triathlon / TT bike E-118 Next has had a terrific start of the season, with 6 wins and many podium finishes so far. In a few months only, results keep pouring in, be it in prestigious triathlon events or in time-trial races. A spectacular 2015 overture for this flamboyant bike.
An alliance forged with elite athletes
Without exception, all professional triathletes and cyclists who ride an E-118 Next won honours on the international level. This is particularly the case with five-time world triathlon champion Terenzo Bozzone, who won two titles in less than a week in March.
Moreover, BORA - ARGON 18 professional cycling team, who will participate in the 2015 Tour de France, has beaten the powerful SKY Team at Giro del Trentino to win the team time-trial event. High hopes are allowed for this energetic and victory-thirsty team in the Tour de France in July.
Terenzo Bozzone ©Stephen Pond
Here is a summary of the highlights of our professional athletes on the E-118 Next in 2015:
|BORA - ARGON 18||Jan Barta
Driedaagse Van West- Vlaaderen (Prologue) – 3rd
|Cesare Bennedeti, Emanuel Buchmann, Bartosz Huzarski, Patrick Konrad, Jose Mendes, Dominik Nerz, Cristiano Salerno et Paul Voss
Giro del Trentino (TTT) – 1st
||Challenge Dubai – 1st
Challenge Taiwan – 1st
|IM Nouvelle-Zélande – 2nd
|JEFF SYMONDS||Ironman Asia Pacific Championship – 1st
||Ironman 70.3 Monterrey – 1st
||St-Anthony’s Triathlon – 2nd|
||Challenge Melbourne – 1st
||Ironman 70.3 Aukland – 2nd
|IVAN RANA||Ironman African Championship – 2nd|
The bike for undisputed champions
The E-118 Next is designed for athletes whose dedication to win knows no bounds, the best ally to cut off valuable seconds on the clock. Its front end is integrated, rigid and lightweight, and thanks to the ONEness 3.0 concept and the reversible carbon AHB7500 handlebar, the positioning of riders is more aerodynamic than ever.