Time Trial Reviews and News

Cipollini NK1K Disc, MCM2 and NKTT

Cipollini has a new U.S. distributor based in Florida and they are bringing several new models stateside for 2017. Here’s the rundown.

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BMC launches revamped Timemachine TT bike

With the Ironman World Championships set for this weekend in Hawaii, BMC has launched a new version of its Timemachine time trial bike that is tailor-made for triathletes.

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Cervélo, Zipp, Shimano dominate Kona bike and gear count

While actual racing is the No. 1 story at the annual Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii, the bike and gear count is arguably more interesting for many casual multi-sport fans. Each year on the eve of the race numbers are tabulated for bikes, wheels, drivetrains, pedals, power meters, helmets and more.

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Orbea Ordu time trial bike debuts at Tour de France

With a host of new features such as seat tube storage, a BB386 bottom bracket, and an aero-enhancing oval seat post that includes two clamps that vary setback by 23mm and 49mm, the new Orbea Ordu time trial bike looks to compete with the fastest wind cheating machines being ridden at the Tour de France.

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Photo Gallery: Mattias Brändle’s Scott Plasma 5 TT bike

Austrian dethrones German Jens Voigt as cycling’s world hour record holder, averaging 32.22mph for 60 minutes.

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Launched: Diamondback Serios time trial bike

Just in time for the Ironman World Championship, Diamondback has rolled out a new time trial bike it claims is 33 percent faster than key competitors at +15 degree yaw angle.

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Felt 2015 Preview: AR FRD Di2, F3 and IA2 – aero, race, tt

Check out some highlights from Felt Bicycles 2015 lineup. Featured here are the AR FRD Di2 aero road bike, the F3 workhorse racer and the IA2 time trial weapon.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 20 Photo Gallery

After nearly three weeks of racing, race photog Graham Watson is still churning out amazing imagery of the world’s greatest rolling spectacle–including these from today’s stage 20 time trial.

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Tour de France 2014: Jaguar unveils Team Sky TT concept car

Video: Team Sky won’t win their third consecutive Tour de France title, but their new Jaguar F-Type TT concept car might already be on the top step of the podium. Check out this sweet custom build from the UK carmaker here.

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New Smart ENVE System Aero Bar Ready For Primetime

First debuted at PressCamp back in June, ENVE’s New $1,365 Smart System Aero Bar is finally ready to ship. Here’s a look at all the details of these highly adjustable wind cheaters.

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Fabian Cancellara’s Trek Speed Concept Time Trial Bike

On September 22, Fabian Cancellara and the rest of the world’s top time trialists will be on the hunt for rainbow stripes when they take on the 56.8km world championships course in Italy from Montecatini Terme to Florence. Here’s a look at the bike the Swiss speedster will be piloting.

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British Invasion: Boardman Bikes Coming To USA

Chris Boardman: Olympic gold medal winner, world hour record holder, multi-time wearer of the Tour de France yellow jersey – and now exporter of high-end road and TT bikes to North America.

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Review: Hed Jet 5 Express Aero Wheelset

While a little on the heavy side, these budget-friendly wheels offer excellent aerodynamics, solid braking performance, a smooth ride, and stability in the wind. Find out why.

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Video: Bradley Wiggins New Pinarello Bolide TT Bike

With the Giro d’Italia’s critical 58.8km stage 8 time trial on tap for Saturday, here’s a tip-to-tail look at GC favorite Bradley Wiggins’ brand new Pinarello Bolide TT bike. It’s one stealth looking speed machine.

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First Look Gallery: Fuji Norcom TT Bikes

Philadelphia-based bike maker Fuji launches its new Norcom Straight time trial bikes, which it claims set a new standard for fit, speed, and performance.

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Interview: Cervélo’s Phil White Details The New P3

The founder and chairman of Cervélo gives RoadBikeReview a personal tour of the company’s new TT machine, and drops some hints about what might come next from the famed road bike maker. Hint: It could be very at home on gravel roads.

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Prototype TT Bike Has Hydraulic Disc Brakes But No Seatstays

Taiwan-based Culprit Bicycles was at Sea Otter showing off an out-of-left-field triathlon bike that Culprit claims is the first with hydraulic disc brakes — and no seatstays with an adjustable seatpost. We’re not sure if it will ever leave the prototype phase, but we do have photos.

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Pedal Force TT2 Time Trial Frame Pro Review

Pedal Force TT2 Time Trial Frame Pro Review – By Steve Cooper Targeting budget minded cyclists, Pedal Force has dominated the performance/value segment with frames that handle on par with bikes costing many times more. Their TT2 Triathlon/Time Trial frame, list priced at $900, is no exception. In performance terms the TT2 surrenders nothing to […]

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