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Ain Alar Juhanson Signs With Argon 18

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One of tri world’s best cyclist chooses the E-114 from Argon 18.

Argon 18 is glad to announce a new collaborative agreement with another world class triathlete. Estonia’s Ain-Alar Juhanson has chosen the E-114 to meet his objectives on the road.

With the best bike split in Kona in 2008 and two victories at the Ironman Lazarote –which features the toughest bike course of any Ironman- Ain-Alar Juhanson is seen as one of the most powerful man in triathlon. This new collaboration will cover the next three seasons and his weapon of choice will be the spectacular E-114, a frameset renown for its stiffness and for its high level of integration thanks to the ONEness concept, an Argon 18 exclusive.

About Argon 18

Established in Montreal, Quebec since its inception in 1989, Argon18 has built itself a strong reputation in the cycling world. All Argon 18 bicycles are designed by former Olympian Gervais Rioux and stand out for their unique designs that combine proven traditional knowledge and cutting-edge technological developments. Available in 35 countries, these bikes embody the optimal balance between comfort, light weight and rigidity. Argon 18’s original and innovative design work was rewarded in 2008 with a Eurobike Design Award for its E-114 model.

Argon 18 bikes have been ridden to three triathlon World Champion titles. The company’s roster of sponsored athletes now includes respected names such as Luke Bell, Samatha McGlone, Bree Wee, Mikel Elguezabal and Bart Aernouts. Argon18 is also the official bike of the pro Team Planet Energy (UCI America Tour), managed by Steve Bauer and featuring riders Martin Gilbert, Keven Lacombe, Andrew Randell and François Parisien in its roster.

Press Release provided by Argon 18.