Check out Andy Salmon’s fit results: pretty nice! Read his blog about the fit here. Andy says, “We made some great modifications that resulted in increased power and comfort levels along with a major reduction of frontal area exposed to the wind.”
Chrissie runs past mile 1 in Kona 08. One thing you can see is that she is very economical. While she is generally loose and relaxed, she is very rigid on landing – there is almost no loss of energy…
Lisbeth loved AZ: “I don’t think I have enjoyed a race more than Sunday’s Ironman Arizona or experienced a better organized event. I went in pretty relaxed (for an Ironman, that is) expecting I would possibly have to walk the latter part of the marathon. Since I don’t have 27 IMs under my belt like […]
The Fuel Belt race team had a great day yesterday in Tempe: Lisbeth won 40-44 in 10:10, taking 3rd amateur overall in an effort she describes as conservative and feeling the effects of Kona on the run. She biked a 5:16 while holding back and remaining absolutely draft free – more than could be said […]
Fuji’s new D-6 slaps you in face with its bold, organic lines. It just doesn’t look like anything else out there, which is refreshing in today’s ever more convergent aero bike market. So right away you have to give Fuji credit for breaking some new ground.
This was shot near the top of Palani hill, just a few miles into the bike. The two leading swimmers, Sanson and Potts had already passed. The riders shown: Rhodesy, Macca, Llanos, Crowie, Vanhoenacker, Paul Amey, (?), Tim Marr, Mathias Hecht, Luke McKenzie, Stephen Bayliss, Chris Lieto, Faris Al-Sultan, Cam Brown, Timo Bracht, (?), TJ […]
Everyone knows 2007 Kona champ Macca DNF’d this year with a mechanical on the bike. The question is, did the mechanical really have to end his race? A picture of his front derailleur cable shows that the end is frayed and flattened.
Max Longree, winner of IM Lou 2008 shows fantastic run form at mile 1 in Kona
This video was recorded from the pier with my new Casio Exilim camera at 300 fps – it starts out normal speed then slows to super slo-mo
I had the good fortune of sharing some beers and nachos at Lulu’s with the Cervelo crew including co-founder Phil White. Phil is a great guy and put up with my lengthy line of bike-geek questions. I wanted to get to the bottom of the P4 design and how it stacks up versus the P3 […]