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The folks at Louis Garneau appeared very proud and confident about this new triathlon offering.
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The front end of the Gennix TR1.
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The integrated brakes are a Louis Garneau design.
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The bottom bracket area would also house the Di2 battery just below, but it was not installed on this bike.
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LG marketing director Pierre Perron talked about impressive aero numbers of this frame design with the bottles in place.
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Up close with the rear triangle of the Gennix TR1.
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The bike at the Interbike show was set up with a Shimano Pro Missile bar.
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The box behind the stem hides the cables going into the frame and right behind it is a mount for extra storage.
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A look at the bottom bracket area from the drive side.
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The fork of the Louis Garneau Gennix TR1.
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The very popular Ritchey one-bolt design saddle clamp also found a home here.
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The geometry chart of the Gennix TR1
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Through the Dream Factory program you can design your own paint scheme.