We don’t usually cover races but when you have an Ironman branded event in your backyard and a former 70.3 and 140.6 World Champion racing we had quite the excuse to stop by. We spent Saturday afternoon checking out the bikes in Transition and Sunday morning on the bike course (check back later today for those photos as well). Unfortunately many of the pros hadn’t yet racked when we were walking around, but that didn’t stop us from seeing some incredible racing machines. Check out our gallery below and let us know what some of your favorites are.
The AeroGeeks are in Miami!
Lots of new Speed Concepts in Transition
The P4 was the Cervelo’s flagship until the P5 showed up
The winning ride of Helle Frederiksen complete with a SpeedFil Z4
Closeup of the Z4
Another new Speed Concept
A Softride beam bike in transition.
We always love finding Wilier twinforks in transition. We actually saw two in Team Lampre colors
Flo 60s front and back – http://aerogeeks.com/2013/03/08/flo-cycling-flo-60-final-thoughts/
Another Flo Cycling wheel set – complete with matching rubber
Nice custom paint job on this P5
A few bikes were sporting the Specialized Fuelcell
Nice custom painted disc
Love the paint scheme on this BMC – obviously they wanted to show off their love of the AeroGeeks
A Nathan Sports AP Pro – first time we saw one in person. Good news is that ours is already in the mail.
Hawk Racing was all over transition as well
Someone obviously read our Affordable Aero awards – http://aerogeeks.com/affordable-aero/
This Blue was sporing a TriRig Omega (http://aerogeeks.com/2013/08/28/tririg-omega-final-thoughts/) and a new XLAB Torpedo system
The Pros receiving their final briefing
It wouldn’t be Miami without a Ferrari as the official vehicle