Chris nabs one of the frames we’ve seen under Alberto and Lance – the Speed-Concept with the Kamm airfoil tubes. Recall that the trailing edges are square, yet the wind is “tricked” into “thinking” the tubes have tapered trailing edges. This potentially a good solution to the UCI’s 3:1 cross-section limitation rules. Note that both […]
Monthly Archives: September 2009
We worked on Jarrod’s fit with his coach Tim Crowley last Winter and Spring, and today he won ITU Duathlon World Championships after having a great season on the ITU triathlon World Cup circuit. Awesome Sprint Finish – Congrats to Jarrod!!
After I flatted on Sunday at the FirmMan 70.3, I decided to start the run anyway, and maybe complete it. Motivation after losing at least 45 mins on the bike was low, but what the heh. I was running ok for the first 6 miles – not great, just ok, but with my limited training […]
After recently writing about tubulars vs clinchers, and how in 17 years of racing I’ve never flatted a tubular, I had the opportunity to experience first hand how tubulars perform flat yesterday. My rear tire (a fairly new Vittoria Corsa Evo CX) did a pop-psst-psst-psst-psst at mile 10 of the FrimMan 70.3 . I was […]
This is top secret. I can’t talk about it at all. So I’ll write about it! I was contacted this Spring, out of the blue, by the Directeur Sportif of a major European Pro Tour Team. Seems his star athlete was having some major TT fit issues, and he hoped I could help them. Of […]