Louis Garneau has dabbled in bikes before and now they are back in the game with designs of their own. At Interbike in Las Vegas we looked closer at the Gennix TR1 offering.
This new triathlon bike comes in 4 sizes and is available in several paint configurations in their Dream Factory custom paint program.
The folks at Louis Garneau appeared very proud and confident about this new triathlon offering.
The front end of the Gennix TR1.
The integrated brakes are a Louis Garneau design.
The bottom bracket area would also house the Di2 battery just below, but it was not installed on this bike.
LG marketing director Pierre Perron talked about impressive aero numbers of this frame design with the bottles in place.
Up close with the rear triangle of the Gennix TR1.
The bike at the Interbike show was set up with a Shimano Pro Missile bar.
The box behind the stem hides the cables going into the frame and right behind it is a mount for extra storage.
A look at the bottom bracket area from the drive side.
The fork of the Louis Garneau Gennix TR1.
The very popular Ritchey one-bolt design saddle clamp also found a home here.
The geometry chart of the Gennix TR1
Through the Dream Factory program you can design your own paint scheme.
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