Bike

Gearing Up: How to Set Up Your Triathlon Bike for Optimal Success

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Gearing Up: How to Set Up Your Triathlon Bike for Optimal Success As you move into the Race Preparation part of your Season, one of the most important things you can do is prepare your body and your equipment to race. While both areas require attention and discipline, the Return On Investment for each aren’t…

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How to Zwift to Endurance Success – EN Edition

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How to Zwift to Endurance Success (Buckle up, this is a long resource) Maybe you’ve seen it online. Maybe you’ve seen it in your Strava feed… Your friends training on a remote island somewhere in the Pacific. You’ve seen new records and new challenges. And you can’t help noticing that your friends are biking a…

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Six Ways to Make Your Indoor Bike Workouts 10x More Effective

1024 755 Patrick McCrann

  The days of riding indoors on a spin bike on long gone. Triathletes now have countless options for training indoors, and many choose to train indoors on the bike year-round. For some it’s about safety, but for most of you it’s simply about effectiveness: you can’t beat a workout with no stoplights, exact pacing,…

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Four Keys of Long Course Triathlon Bike Execution

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While the Ironman World Championships in Kona are in just a few days, there’s still a lot of long course racing left on the calendar. These are our Four Keys of Long Course Triathlon Bike Execution, to help you get your mind right about how to ride the long course bike> The Delta Isn’t as…

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Ventum One

Review: Ventum One

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The Endurance Nation team is busy building a “Ventum Army” as the fever has caught on with Ventum One. Myself and the recent teammates have joined the movement and are coming to Ventum from a variety of triathlon bikes: Trek Speed Concept, Cervelo P5’s, Dimond, Felt, Specialized and others. This review is based on my and their…

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Free / Cheap Cycling Speed Opportunities for Long Course Triathletes

800 532 Rich Strauss

  We know you’ve done tons and tons of work to build a bigger engine, YOU, to power your bicycle. But did you know there are many small tweaks and changes you can make to your setup that will yield free speed on the bike? Well, it’s free in the sense that you don’t have…

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#ENTriChat "Aerodynamics and the Triathlon Bike"

Coach P

  Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month at 8pm EST ENDURANCE NATION hosts #ENTriChat Every chat has a different topic, sponsor and give-a-way! Enjoy the recap below on aerodynamics.     [View the story “#ENTriChat “Aerodynamics and the Triathlon Bike” ” on Storify]

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Racing a Windy Long Course Triathlon Bike Course

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We’ve talked quite a bit on our race execution posts on this blog about how to ride hills in a long course triathlon, but we have done relatively little on how to execute on a windy day. And I recently returned from Ironman® Coeur d’Alene, where strong winds on the out and back section of highway…

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Mont Tremblant Breakdown – Biking 112 Miles on Race Day

Coach P

The Mont Tremblant Bike Mount Line As we prepare for another year of racing Ironman® events across North America, one of the hallmarks of the Team Endurance Nation approach is improvement from learning. Given we have more than 1,000 Ironman® finishers every year, we are able to gather incredible insights about each race course. Every…

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