- 1 What kind of bike should I get for a triathlon?
- 2 Do triathletes Pee on the bike?
- 3 Do I really need a triathlon bike?
- 4 Why are triathlon bikes so cheap?
- 5 What is the most expensive Trek bike?
- 6 Do you need a triathlon bike for Ironman?
- 7 Do cyclists poop themselves?
- 8 Are triathletes selfish?
- 9 Why you should never date a triathlete?
- 10 Does a tri bike really make a difference?
- 11 Why do triathletes use TT bikes?
What kind of bike should I get for a triathlon?
One of the more common questions we get from beginner triathletes is if they can use their mountain bike, commuter bike, or hybrid bike in the triathlon. The answer is yes, absolutely – especially if you are doing a sprint or perhaps even an Olympic distance.
Do triathletes Pee on the bike?
On to the matter at hand – yes, some triathletes do, in fact, pee on their bikes. If it’s not obvious, triathletes pee while riding their bike so they don’t have to stop – saving precious time for competitive races.
Do I really need a triathlon bike?
Yes, you will need a bike. No, it does not need to be expensive. We see people do triathlons on their old mountain bikes, hybrids, or other slower bikes — and especially with a couple simple modifications these bikes can do very well. If you can, try to use a road bike, even if you simply borrow one from a friend.
Why are triathlon bikes so cheap?
However, why triathlon bikes seem more expensive is because there is no viable low-end market for triathlon bikes. Actually, Tri-Bikes are not more (or not that much more) expensive than comparable road bikes.
What is the most expensive Trek bike?
The Butterfly Trek Madone currently holds the title of the most expensive bike sold in the world. The second most expensive bike ever sold was the Trek Yoshitomo Nara Speed Concept that was sold for $200,000.
Do you need a triathlon bike for Ironman?
You Don’t Need a Fancy Bike First off, it’s not about the bike. Seriously, you don’t need a snazzy triathlon bike to do well in one of these races. But the best bang-for-your-buck when it comes to Ironman racing isn’t necessarily buying the fastest bike.
Do cyclists poop themselves?
Today, elite athletes will just poop their pants and continue on. Keep in mind what’s happening when cyclists are forced to poop their pants.
Are triathletes selfish?
After all, we’re told triathlon is inherently selfish. It’s an individual sport that demands sacrifice from everyone in your life so you can be all about you. It’s not triathletes who are selfish, it’s triathlon.
Why you should never date a triathlete?
Split personality. You could always go on one of their trips with them, if you fancy spending all day on your own while they are out cycling. However it is particularly dangerous to accompany a triathlete to a race because you run the risk of seeing the “other side” of your paramour.
Does a tri bike really make a difference?
The most notable difference is the design, or geometry of the frame of each bike. Triathlon bikes have a steeper angle of the seat. The steeper angle allows the user to travel at a faster rate because you can bend your body down lower which reduces wind resistance.
Why do triathletes use TT bikes?
Triathlon’s are stand-out challenge’s that require proper training and sharp focus. Triathlon’s also require the proper bike to ride. From the geometry of the frame and its efficient aerodynamics, to the angles of the seat tube and aerodynamics, riding a triathlon bike will enhance your triathlon results.