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Gallery: What’s the Difference Between Cam Wurf’s Tri and TT Setups?

One pro rider. Two very different bikes for racing against the clock.

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Triathletes may recognize Cam Wurf’s name as the Aussie who rides crazy hard and posts big finishes like a fifth place at the Ironman World Championship in 2019, a win at Ironman Copenhagen in 2021, and wins at Ironman Italy, Ironman Australia, and the Cannes Tri back in 2019. Wurf also owns a never-gonna-get-touched Ironman Hawaii bike course record of 4:09:06, set back in 2018. What some triathletes may not know is that Wurf is also an integral part of the Ineos Grenadiers WorldTour cycling team—the same group that helped Dylan van Baarle to victory at the 2022 Paris-Roubaix.

Even more recently, Wurf put his swim cap back on to finish 18th place at Ironman World Championship in St. George, Utah, last weekend, blasting a race-best 4:15:43 on the hilly bike course blessed (or cursed) with over 7,000ft. of climbing.

And he did it all aboard his specially designed Pinarello Bolide—a model similar to the one he used back in 2019 to score a top-five finish in Kona. While we posted a detailed gallery of Wurf’s IMWC St. George tri bike last week, read below for a rare side-by-side comparison from our friends at VeloNews that looks at the differences and similarities between Wurf’s tri rig and the time-trial setup he uses at road cycling events.