How To Adapt Your Road Bike To A Triathlon Bike | Ride Faster In Your Next Triathlon

Published on March 16th 2018

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Do you wish you had an aerodynamic triathlon bike to have alongside your regular road bike? In this video, Heather delves into the aerodynamic adaptions that you can easily make to your road bike to turn it into a triathlon bike and help you go faster in your next event. Subscribe to GTN: http://gtn.io/SubscribetoGTN Check out the GTN Shop: http://gtn.io/84 In association with Profile Design. Having both a triathlon bike alongside a regular road bike, is a luxury that many of us can’t afford. However, there is so much you can do to your road bike to get similar benefits you’d experience with a triathlon specific bike. Thanks to our partners at Profile Design, we’re going to be delving into those aerodynamic alterations that you can easily make to your road bike to help you go faster in your next triathlon. The adaptions that you can make to your road bike include: - Adding clip on aerobars - Adjusting you handlebar height - Adjusting your saddle position - Adding a front hydration - Adding a top tube bag - Thinking about where you have your bottle cages These are a few simple changes, all of which add up and together can end up making a significant difference to your aerodynamics on race day! Play around with the set up until you find what works for you. And don’t forget, there’s no point in being aero if you can only hold that position for a few minutes so make sure you are still comfortable. If you enjoyed this video, make sure to give it a thumbs up and share it with your triathlon friends 👍 If you'd like to contribute captions and video info in your language, here's the link - http://gtn.io/83 Watch more on GTN... 📹 Clip On Aero Bars Vs Drops - http://gtn.io/AeroBarsVsDrops 📹 Time Trial Bike Vs Road Bike: What's The Best Triathlon Bike For Descending? - http://gtn.io/TTvsRdDescending Music: Epidemic Sound Dollar Needles - Splasher! Made By Man 2 - Anders Bothén Rue Saint-Antoine - Tomas Skyldeberg Photos: © Triathlon / Getty Images