Super Road Bikes For 2014



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Diamondback Century Line

The Century line is designed for riders who want a comfortable position on long rides. The line includes both aluminum and carbon models, with prices starting at $700 for a Shimano Sora-equipped aluminum frame. The top-of-the-line Century 5 Carbon Di2 costs $4,000 with the electronic Ultegra group.


Felt AR

The new AR bikes have revised shapes that the company says lets them incur even less aerodynamic drag. The updated models also come with a new reversible seatpost design that lets riders easily convert their bike for a triathlon or time trial with clip-on aero bars. This accessible version, the AR 5, costs $2,500. The high-end AR FRD Di2 comes complete with Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 components and Zipp 404 wheels, and costs $12,500.



 Pinarello Dogma K Hydro

The Dogma K is built for riders who want the speed of the Tour de France-winning Dogma, but prefer a slightly more comfortable position and some additional damping. For 2014, the platform is available in a disc-brake version for added stopping power that will let you get the most out of your favorite descents. The bike will be sold only as a frameset in the United States and will cost $5,300.


Wilier Cento 1 Air
This new aero road model from Italian builder Wilier is designed to let you slip through the wind.  A frame module that includes a fork, seatpost, headset, and bottom bracket costs $4,000. Spend $5,000, and you get a complete bike with either Shimano Ultegra Di2 or a mix of Dura-Ace and Ultegra mechanical components.


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