Tri TT Reviews and News

Treks new Madone Speed – ready for all the aero

Treks new Madone Speed – from road ride to time trial in a matter of seconds Trek recently unveiled the all-new Madone SLR 6 Disc Speed —the first Madone with integrated, removable aero bars. The new bike is the ideal aero setup for part-time triathletes and anyone who trains and races on the same rig, […]

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Retro Ride: 1987 Kestrel 4000

The Kestrel 4000 all carbon monocoque bicycle frame was introduced for the 1987 season, and was truly a game changer, hearkening a “disruptive” evolution in how bikes were made and what material was used.

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Diamondback debuts wild Andean TT bike

Diamondback thumbed its nose at the UCI when it debuted the wild-looking, disc brake equipped Andean time trial bike, which is claimed to be the world’s fastest.

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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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Giant unveils new 2016 Trinity triathlon bike

Flagship Trinity Advanced Pro model, which is being raced at Kona by Ironman pro Tim Van Berkel, features Giant’s AeroSystem shaping technology and a number of innovative triathlon-specific features including the AeroVault integrated hydration and storage system.

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Industry looks primed to embrace SRAM 1x for road

The list of companies who’ve committed to spec’ing bikes with SRAM’s expanded 1x drivetrain is long, but only time will tell what sort of bikes we’ll see with the new single chainring system.

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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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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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Andrew Starykowicz Sets New World Record on Orbea Ordu

Orbea’s Ordu was riden by Andrew Starykowicz earlier this month to victory at Ironman Florida, where he not only won the race but set a world record for an Ironman bike split at 4:04:39.

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Orbea Announces New Ordu TT/Tri Bike

Developed slowly, to go fast is the moniker of Orbea’s new flagship time trial bike, the Ordu. How slowly you ask? Almost 4 years! According to Orbea, “The Ordu has been the most dominant bicycle in professional triathlon. It has been on the top step of the podium at nearly every major every worldwide, winning […]

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Fuji D-6 Special Edition Triathlon Frame Review

Fuji D-6 Special Edition Triathlon Frame Review – By Twain Mein MSRP: $2499 for this Special Edition C-10 high modulus frame in matte-black Also available fully built, the Fuji D-6 1.0 and 2.0 range from $5619 to $8119. The Fuji D-6 3.0 and 4.0 have a slightly heavier frame and retail from $2449 to $2799. […]

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