Fresh from a team win at Paris Roubaix with Team Ineos, triathlon’s most versatile pro athlete Cam Wurf will be riding this Pinarello Bolide TR+ at the Ironman World Championship. Wurf told us it’s the same frame he rode at Kona in 2019 with a few key upgrades.
Wurf is arguably one of the strongest riders on the Ironman circuit—and on Saturday he’ll be riding a bike he knows well. He rode this Pinarello Bolide TR+ at the last Ironman world champs. One of the main differences here is he’ll be riding a Princeton CarbonWorks Blur 633 rear disc wheel. Up front, he has the Princeton CarbonWorks 7580.
Wurf rides a Princeton CarbonWorks 7580 front wheel.
His cockpit, the Pinarello Most Talon TT cockpit, is a custom titanium 3D-printed one piece handlebar.
Continental GP 5000 tires (25mm front and rear) are Wurf’s go-to choice.
With a Shimano Dura-Ace 11-speed 58-46 chainring and 11-28 cassette, it’s highly likely Wurf is planning to put some major damage into the field on the key descents. He is one of five top pros running the new CeramicSpeed Aero OSPW derailleur cage, due to be released next month. He uses the Shimano Dura-Ace PD-R9100 pedals and power meter.
Wurf rides the Princeton CarbonWorks Blur 633 rear disc.
Wurf’s Dura-Ace 9100 11-28 cassette.
The brand new CeramicSpeed Aero OSPW derailleur cages are catching a lot of attention here in St. George. Other notable athletes riding them include Lionel Sanders and Anne Haug.
Wurf rides the Fizik K1 saddle with an Elite Leggero carbon rear cage.
Wurf runs a CeramicSpeed ITA bottom bracket and 170mm cranks.
Dura-Ace 9100 Hydraulic Calipers with 140mm rotors front and rear.
The custom titanium 3D-printed Most Talon TT cockpit is one of the most eye-catching parts of Wurf’s bike.