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Top 7 Bike Maintenance Hacks | Cycling Tips For Triathletes

– Triathlon requires a lot of care and with that it means a lot of maintenance and that’s before we even start on ourselves. But over the years I’ve learned a number of ways to make that maintenance just a little bit quicker, easier, and sometimes cheaper. So here are my top seven maintenance hacks. […]

10 Ways To Avoid A Sore Ass When Cycling | Cycling Tips For Triathletes

– Saddle sores. Oh, I reckon a few of you might have squirmed just hearing those words. But, if you’ve never experienced one, you might be slightly baffled as to the complaints you hear from tri-athletes and cyclists. – Yeah, unfortunately I’ve actually experienced a couple over the years. And, I can vouge for their […]

Clipless Vs. Flat Pedals | Which Is Faster For Your Next Triathlon?

– For anyone starting out in cycling or triathlon, one of the first things you’re advised to buy for your bike is a pair of clipless pedals like these, and some cycling shoes. – Yeah so that you’re more powerful, you’re more comfortable and more efficient when you’re using pedals that you’re clipped into, as […]

Coolest Age-Group Bike Tech From Ironman 70.3 World Championships 2019!

– With over 5000 bikes getting racked here and setup for transition over the two days for both the women and the men, racing at Ironman 70.3 World Championships. It would be rude if I didn’t go and take a closer look, because every bike is unique. Everyone’s got their own setup, their own little […]

7 Aero Hacks To Cycle Faster | Smash Your Next Triathlon Bike Leg

– [Narrator] Resistance is our biggest boundary when riding a bike so to make it so fast. We basically want cheat the wind and that’s where aerodynamics comes in. But to make ourselves more air on the surface that’s what’s in the bike. It doesn’t necessarily need to cost us anoma like he can do […]

Weird & Wonderful Triathlon Pro Bike Tech From The ITU Grand Final

– I’m here at rather wet and windy. ITU Grand Final in Rotterdam. And behind me I have the Elite bikes. Ready to go into T1. So, I’m going to have a walk around and see if there’s any weird and wonderful tech. (upbeat music) (computer loading noises) I’m beside Richard Murray’s new, Specialised Tarmac […]

Disc Vs. Rim Brakes | Are Disc Brakes Faster?

– The humble rim brake calliper has been with us for generations. But as bike designs change, and rules change within triathlon and cycling, we’re seeing an emergence of disc brake road and triathlon bikes. And we’re told time and time again that disc brakes are more powerful, they’re better in the wet, and their […]