Tubeless tires are undoubtedly the future. They have the least rolling resistance and the ability to repair them self when getting punctures. And now I am giving them up. Tubular tires have been my preference since I started triathlon in 2009. From a performance perspective, they may still be the fastest solution and pros in … Fortsett å lese Giving up tubeless tires
I am a Quintana Roo ambassador and sponsored by their Norwegian retailer JBS Sport. For the Norwegians looking for a new triathlon bike and find QR interesting send a message to Jonas (at) jbssport.no or send JBS Sport a message on Facebook. Extra good prices will be given to those ordering their 2019 bike now. The … Fortsett å lese Meet my new love – The Quintana Roo PRsix Disc
I am a Quintana Roo ambassador and sponsored by their Norwegian retailer JBS Sport. For the Norwegians looking for a new triathlon bike and find QR interesting send a message to Jonas (at) jbssport.no or send JBS Sport a message on Facebook. Extra good prices will be given to those ordering their 2019 bike now. After … Fortsett å lese Meet the Quintana Roo PRThree – a triathletes workhorse
Det er med stor glede og stolthet å kunne annonsere at jeg er blitt en ambassadør for triatlonsykkelmerket QuintanaRoo. Det amerikanske triatlonsykkelmerket har laget triatlonspesifikke sykler siden 1989 og vært en pionér innen dette nisjesegmentet siden. Når jeg skulle velge ny sykkel så hadde jeg et mål, å skaffe den beste sykkelen for meg som … Fortsett å lese Norges råeste triatlonsykkel?
Å være med på en triatlon krever ikke mye utstyr. En badebukse, svømmebriller, sykkel, sykkelhjelm og et par joggesko er det du må ha. De fleste ender naturligvis opp med å ha en del mer enn det, og spørsmålet om sykkel kommer raskt på banen for noen som er bitt av triatlonbasillen. Listen over utstyr … Fortsett å lese Tempo VS Racer – Det store spørsmålet
The much welcomed explosion of triathlon competitions have made it possible for the majority of triathletes to participate in a race without travelling far. Still, as you want to expand your triathlon race repertoire travelling by plane often becomes a necessity. Starting from T1 on a rented road bike (or tribike for that matter), is … Fortsett å lese The traveling triathlete – part 1 – bicycle suitcase
I try hard to optimize my aerodynamics and have a blog series about it. Read part 1 of my fight against the wind in the link. Challenge Almere was not the best race I have ever done, and far from the potential I know my body can do. Despite that, the swimming was the fastest … Fortsett å lese 180 km in 4:16? My fight against the wind part 2
38,8 km/h of average speed on a 10 km back and forth segment is what I performed the other day. Yes, it was a relatively flat segment with 25 meters up and down with neutral wind conditions. Not impressed? It was done with average watts of 218. The weight of the rider, bike and equipment … Fortsett å lese 38,8 km/h – fight against the wind – part 1 – Position