Pride TRI

Pride TRI

Aerodynamics and ergonomics were central to the development of the PRIDE TRI. Elaborate flow simulations and intensive wind tunnel tests shaped the frame and parts supporting the rider with minimal air resistance. In crosswinds, the excellent sailing effect generates additional propulsive power. The cockpit was developed in cooperation with FSA and offers a wide range of customisation and retrofitting options – ideal for the very individual needs of each rider.

€ 7,399.00
CHF 7,399.00
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Invincible! Aerodynamic perfection, customisable cockpit.
Weight assembled bike
from 8,0 kg
Frame weight
1210 g (M)
Frame material
    Pride TRI
    Aerodynamics meets comfort

    During the development process, special attention was paid to ergonomics. The cockpit, in particular, allows for a sitting position perfectly suited to triathletes. 

    Power for bloody long tours

    The optional retrofittable hydration system by FSA ensures sufficient hydration.

    Smart Front

    The carbon frame and all add-on parts were optimised based on air-flow simulations and wind tunnel tests. All cables are routed internally through the frame.

    Optimum braking performance

    The PRIDE TRI is brought to a standstill by means of disc brakes (160/140 mm).

    Noticeable forward momentum

    Thanks to wind tunnel-optimised components that create minimum air resistance and maximum propulsion, you can optimally benefit from the so-called “sailing effect”.

    Lightweight and comfortable

    The frame including the carbon fork is designed for tyres with a width of up to 30 mm.


    The bike’s ergonomic cockpit can be individually adapted and expanded thanks to numerous adjustment options from the FSA modular system. Disc brakes ensure optimum braking performance in all weather conditions. The PRIDE TRI by SIMPLON is an absolute must-have for triathletes who want to get the most out of their bike. The optionally retrofittable hydration system by FSA is especially convenient. It ensures sufficient fluid supply during races. Thanks to the bike’s smart trainer compatibility, you can continue your training indoors during the winter months – on the rollers, a turbo trainer or direct drive. Ready for the next triathlon challenge?


    Adjustable seatpost

    The aero seatpost is available in two basic positions – for maximum flexibility: 1.0 mm offset and 2.17 mm offset.


    The geometry table will help you find the perfect frame size. If you are unsure, our experts will be happy to help you with a free online consultation.

    sr.Table Scrollable
    Pride TRI 46 49 52 55 58 61
    A Seat tube length 452 465 492 512 532 550
    B Top tube length 530 543 558 568 584 595
    C Head tube angle 71,25° 71,25° 73,0° 73,0° 73,0° 73,0°
    D Seat tube angle 73,5° 73,5° 73,5° 73,5° 73,5° 73,5°
    E Head tube length 95 110 117 138 160 180
    F Chainstay length 403 403 403 403 403 403
    G Wheelbase 976 990 990 1000 1011 1028
    H Bottom bracket drop 75 75 75 75 75 75
    I Fork length 370 370 370 370 370 370
    K Fork offset (rake) 45 45 45 45 45 45
    M Stand over height 730 744 764 783 801 820
    S-REAL** 500 517 530 550 568 588
    R-REAL** 381 390 400 405 410 417
    S-VIRT** 505 522 535 555 573 593
    R-VIRT** 378 387 397 402 407 414
    STR-REAL** 1,31 1,33 1,33 1,36 1,39 1,41
    STR-VIRT** 1,34 1,35 1,35 1,38 1,41 1,43

    All lengths in mm
    *STR: The higher the number, the more upright is the seating postion.

    These stack and reach values are the real measured values of the frame. Due to the special stem geometry and the stem design of the PRIDE TRI compared to road bikes with conventional stems, these values are not comparable with mentioned road bikes.

    These stack and reach values are calculated values, which allow a comparability to road bikes with conventional stems. These take into account the special stem geometry and design compared to the geometry of conventional road bike stems and headset caps.

    Due to the integrated seatpost clamping without the otherwise usual "seat tube stub", the dimension "A" is shorter than the corresponding frame height.
    On the KIARO DISC, KIARO PMAX and PRIDE TRI models, the top tube is sloping, which results in a difference between the frame size and the "A" dimension.