Australian pro cyclist and triathlete Cam Wurf typically has one of the fastest bike splits on the road—we take a close-up look at his setup.
Wurf is using a Pinarello Bolide TTR F for this week’s Hawaii Ironman.
His drivetrain consists of Shimano Di2 Dura-Ace 12 speed.
Boasting a huge, unidentified chainring up front, Wurf is expecting to push lots of watts—even downhill.
Like many TT bikes, Wurf’s Bolide has a downtube storage unit for accessories and to help with aerodynamics.
Up front, Wurf will likely be using a Princeton CarbonWorks wheel.
A 3D-printed Most cockpit sits on the front of Wurf’s ride.
Though Wurf’s cockpit may lack deep cups like most pros, the setup makes up for it in weight savings.
The top view of Wurf’s titanium and 3D-printed cockpit
A deep basebar and thin aerobars highlight Wurf’s cockpit.
Shimano shifters sit at the end of his aero extensions.
Wurf will use a carbon Most water bottle cage to help with hydration.
On the Bolide’s top tube sits a decent amount of nutrition storage.
Wurf’s favorite saddle graces the top of all of his Hawaii IMWC bikes.