Triathlon Bikes

Motobecane Nemesis

  • Average price:$1,068.55
  • Average user rating:
    (4.5)
  • Would buy again from this company: 7 (100%)
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date: March 30, 2014
review by: Mtnwesttri
(3.8)

Love them or hate them, Bikes Direct has a great value entry level tri bike with the 2013 Motobecane Nemesis at only $799 with free shipping. I only have four rides on this thing, 2x of about 17 miles, and 2x at about 44 miles each. My speed is improved over each ride as I dial in the shifting, fine tune the fit, and enjoy the feeling of controlled speed, (38.5mph top speed to date, downhill of course :) )!

I would have no hesitations over buying another one of these great bikes.

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date: February 25, 2009
review by: steveseer
(4.7)

Great bike for the price. Dura Ace components on a tri bike for $1000 is hard to beat. I searched and searched for the best deal out there, and I think I found it in this bike.

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date: November 8, 2008
review by: cndce
(4.5)

A good bike overall and I would purchase it again. It is a good first 'real' triathlon bike because it is not just a road bike with clip on aerobars like some bikes marketed as triathlon bikes are. It has a somewhat steeper seat tube angle at 76 degrees to help conserve your hamstrings for the run and bar end shifters so you can stay aero while shifting gears.

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date: November 28, 2007
review by: jason45
(4.7)

A good bike at a great price. A very good entry point into triathlon. For anyone who is on the fence, you won't regret it.

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date: November 27, 2007
review by: bellarex
(4.7)

Great bike to get started. Will be fun to tweak and upgrade as experience and needs arise.

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date: August 15, 2007
review by: CBarnes
(4.6)

Searching for a TRI bike can be a time consuming ordeal some of us may have the means to go to the Local bike Shop and simply say I want the best bike you have for the following goals… Get the bike get fitted and walk it to the truck others of us like myself it is a journey with many questions and a fixed budget to stay within. For me the magic dollar mount was $1200. I visited 3 shops and found $1200 did not buy much so I turned to the Internet and e-bay. Having purchased my Daughter an entry level road bike from Bikesdirect.com that was my first stop and found the Motobecane Nemesis Pro.
After careful research I determined that this bike was the same frame and equipment set up as the Fuji Aloha 1.0 I tried to locate a Aloha to buy but the local bike shop has discontinued carrying the Fuji line. I contacted Fuji and got a lead on a shop about 80 miles away that could get me an Aloha 2.0 for around $1400 I declined. My local shop made a good effort to grab my business with a great offer for a 07 Trek Equinox 7 but the 650 wheels made me shy away so I turned to Sprtymama a e-bay seller my questions were answered very promptly the purchase was made and delivery was in 2 days. The sales price including shipping was $1185. The bike arrived exactly as advertised packaging was great the bike was well protected and parts were sealed in bags ready for assembly. As you can see I am very happy with this bike and I recommend it to anyone looking for a high quality but low price TRI bike and is not afraid of some assembly work. It is not a carbon frame and not as high tech as the top of the line bikes but it is a better bike than I am a rider it fit my budget and it fits me.

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  • 13 people use
  • 528 workouts logged
  • 10866.94 miles / 624.25 hours logged