Thanks for the great question. This is a very important topic. Put simply, CEEPO's geometry is designed specifically with the triathlete in mind.
Of the more notable differences in the geometry is a "steeper" seat tube angle (C) which also leads to a shorter top tube. This design moves the pivot point of the hip closer to the center point of the crank, rather than behind it. The result is a wider hip angle position (D) while you ride. A wider hip angle allows you to still generate power and maintain speed on the bike, but also keeps your running-specific muscles fresher for more vigor out of T2.
Thanks again and best of luck,
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