We look at six bike positions from six of the fastest triathletes in the world—Jan Frodeno, Lionel Sanders, Lucy Charles-Barclay, Taylor Knibb, and more—to understand why pros often have such different setups.
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Tomorrow, they race. But today, we ooh-la-la over their bikes. Très bien!
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The flying Dane will look to capitalize on a record-breaking season by attacking the IMWC Nice bike course. We look at his weight-and-aero optimized setup.
Hard-charging Joe Skipper is looking to make an impact at the Nice Ironman World Championships with his super-aero, very customized rig.
Former Ironman World Champion Patrick Lange and his team have paid attention to every single detail on his IMWC 2023 Nice race rig—including rebuilt power meter internals, special prototype tires, and more.
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Fresh off a top-10 finish at Hawaii Ironman and a victory at IM South Africa, Frenchman Leon Chevalier will use his strength as a cyclist to push a massive 58-tooth 1x setup. Check out the rest of his ride.
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Tomorrow, they race. But today, we ooh and ahh over their bikes.
Germany's Patrick Lange has some unfinished business out on the Queen K this year, after a disappointing DNF in 2019. We take a look at the setup and spec he'll be using in Kona this week.
Cam Wurf is best known for his blazing-fast bike splits and the way he can affect a pro Ironman field. We dig into the Pinarello Bolide that he'll be racing this week in Kona.
Gustav Iden is making his debut at Ironman World Championships this week—we look at his unique ride, dotted with custom flourishes.
Feast upon the bike count data behind the frames, components, aerobars, wheels, and saddles that the 2022 Hawaii Ironman World Championship day one racers are using in Kona this year.
We found the brightest, blingiest, and most meaningful-looking bikes from the best long-course age-group women in the world. (And yes, there's a fat tire bike with aerobars and a basket.)
Kristian Blummenfelt's bike of choice may be unconventional, but it does the job. Pictured with his disc-wheel training setup, find detailed pics and specs on his Kona race-day rig in our gallery.
A recent victory at the World Triathlon Long Course World Championships proves that Lucy Charles-Barclay is ready to race, and we'll take a close look at the prototype Cube Aerium C:68X that'll help send her through the lava fields of the Queen K.
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With a win at IM Des Moines in June and a top-15 finish at this year’s IMWC in St. George, Matt Hanson looks to pilot his QR to a big result on the Big Island. We look at the minute details on his setup.
After three wins this year, Germany’s Laura Philipp is aiming her sleek Canyon toward the Queen K. We take a look at her setup.
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