By Dave Iltis On a gorgeous summer morning, 117 triathletes lined up to compete in the 10th Annual DinoTri on June 25, 2016 – one of the region’s most beautiful triathlons. The course featured an open water swim in the Red Fleet Reservoir of .9 miles for Sprint competitors and 1.8 for Olympic racers. This […]
Cycling Utah’s May 2013 Issue is now available as a PDF (12 mb download), Pick up a copy at your favorite bike shop in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Nevada, N. AZ, or W. CO or other location!
But Ali Black, a 37-year-old mother of four, is trying something new – she’s a professional triathlete and her first race as a pro was at Ironman Oceanside on March 30.
By Tom Jow When I worked as a team mechanic, wheel selection was easy. Everyone used light wheels for mountain stages, regular wheels for flat and rolling stages, and disc wheels for time trials. If you wanted to win a big time trial event, you had to use front and rear disc wheels, period. We […]
By Cari Junge My gift to you this Holiday Season is a ‘simple’ formula designed specifically to create your own 12-month training plan for 2013! Why do you need a Training Plan? Today’s triathlete tends to be driven by the thrill-of or gains-from competition, and the first rule for performing at your best is planning. […]
June 2011 – An early season start, a brutally rugged course and nasty reputation for being the toughest event in the series didn’t scare off nearly 1,700 triathletes who signed up for Ironman St. George.