NeilPryde’s wealth of knowledge of carbon fiber manufacturing comes from multiple decades of innovation in the watersports industry. Formed in 1970 as a sail manufacturer for European yachts, they quickly made a transition into producing masts as well. After several years, NeilPryde would begin to design and produce wind surfing vessels, giving them an insight into fine tuning carbon fiber into wind cheating shapes. Using their in depth knowledge of carbon fiber manufacturing, and a partnership with BMW’s DesignworksUSA, NeilPryde is able to produce some unique frame designs that are easily able to compete against the best on the market.
The Bayamo is NeilPryde’s well executed, comfortable triathlon frameset. Designed in tandem with DesignworksUSA using their own fluid dynamics simulations, as well as extensive time in the wind tunnel, the Bayamo is a wind cheating and time destroying machine. Unlike many other triathlon frames with traditional airfoils, the Bayamo uses specially designed Kamm-tails throughout the bike that are constructed to deal with wind at a variety of yaw angles, reflecting a more accurate picture of what will be experienced in real world races. Other than aerodynamics, the tubing profiles used by NeilPryde on the Bayamo greatly increase torsional rigidity up 60%, resulting in an improved direct power transfer, which is key for powerful riders.
Available in 5 sizes ranging from 48cm to 57.8cm, NeilPryde makes tuning your personal fit as simple as possible, without any compromises in performance or comfort.