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Pro Bike: Andy Potts’ Kestrel 4000

American Andy Potts turned in a dominant 4:33:13 bike split to take his second-straight Ironman CDA title.

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Photos by John David Becker.
Captions by Geoffrey Nenninger.

American Andy Potts turned in a dominant 4:33:13 bike split as part of a blistering all-around effort that gave him his second-straight Ironman Coeur d’Alene title. Despite brutal conditions (temperatures reached the 100s), Potts bested his 2014 time by more than five minutes. Get a look at the Kestrel 4000 Potts used to take the victory.

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