Our perfect triathlon geometry allows you to get fast and comfortable position while also providing superb handling and high-speed stability. All features are aimed at producing fast bike splits plus keeping fresh legs for the run. Katana’s non-UCI design is 100% dedicated to your triathlon life. Limited sizes remaining.
Truncated aero foil tubes:
Stiffer, lighter, aero tubes
For improved high speed stability and better overall aerodynamic
Front: Direct mount + Traditional center hole
Rear: Direct mount
Reversible seat post:
For a wide range of saddle adjustability
Bento box bosses:
Top tube located bosses that allow direct mount bento box
Fork rotation is limited to avoid top tube damages from being hit by handlebar
Internal Di2 battery adaptor:
Accessible battery location in lower section of downtube
Size: 210mm x 40mm x 57mm (245cm3)
CO2 cartridge holder
Head Set 1-1/8” – 1-1/4”
Frame High-modulus carbon frame 1,080g (M size)
BB Type BB EVO386
Many of our pro triathletes ride the CP KATANA. The 15 time Ironman distance champion and a member of Australian Ironman Hall of Fame, Belinda Granger, has this to say about this bike:
“Once completely built, the first thing I noticed about the Katana was the weight or should I say ‘lack of weight’. This is the lightest TT/Triathlon Bike I have ever had the pleasure of owning. The lighter bike added to the thrill factor of my first ride. I love it because it fits me like a glove and there are not too many top of the line TT bikes out there that are made for shorter athletes like myself.
It is super responsive and incredibly stiff yet still exceptionally comfortable. I can stay down on my aero bars for entire 5hr+ rides. The acceleration is amazing and you just know that the power driven into the crank gives an instant return of speed.
Position-wise I had no trouble finding my favored low position at the front and forward seated position, and the little icons etched onto the frames made measuring a breeze. Overall I love the new Katana – a must if you want to go fast this coming Triathlon season.”