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Bike Fitting Services

"I’ve been doing Half Ironman and Ironman races since 1998 and had 4-5 ‘professionals’ set me up, but still struggled off the bike until David helped me out, best Ironman run time of 3:20."

- Scott, Triathlete

Coaching

"I have worked with David in a coaching capacity for close to five years now. He understands each person he coaches is an individual and tailors his coaching to suit the athlete and their individual needs. He always ensures that the athlete is happy and ready to do the work."

- Teresa, Ironman & National TT Champion

Consulting

"I was blown away with how smoothly every event went, everything was so meticulously planned.  I’ve no doubt Nicky would have got her daily 10,000 steps in at the Fondo prize giving.  Brilliant job Nicky you were sensational."

- RIDE Festival

IM NZ 2021 Forecast

The weather for IMNZ on Saturday is looking promising, if not necessarily super fast. I suspect the limited daylight hours will cause more consternation than the environmental conditions.Read more

Proportional Crank Length

With FSA releasing cranks shorter than 165mm we finally have one of the large manufacturers paying attention to the requests from bike fitters for a better range of options. Which is great news forRead more

Speed Theory Athlete About To Suffer Again

"We're all too used to comfort, it's boring." Hayden is no stranger to spending days on end on a bike, having completed his first ultracycling event amidst the COVID ridden 2020 where he placedRead more

Tauranga Half Analysis

Several records were set this year so it was clearly a fast edition of the race. There were a number of factors at play, which I shall delve into (of course). Lets start by looking at the average splRead more

New Tauranga Half Course

The Tauranga Half offers a new course this year - taking advantage of the new motorway to lessen the amount of time we spend annoying local residents. There has been discussion of whether the newRead more

Everesting Preparation

If we ignore all the less pleasant things that have happened and focus on cycling, one might say that 2020 has been the year of Everesting. The first half of the year saw a number of professional andRead more

Taupo Half 2013 Results Analysis

Graham O’Grady and Candice Hammond dominated the 2013 edition of the Taupo Half with times close to the best ever achieved on the course. From a statistical viewpoint it’s what happened behindRead more

Fuji Track Elite

Fuji is one of the few brands in recent years to have committed to developing a new carbon track frame – the Fuji Track Elite. It’s a very nice addition to the market – sizing, features &Read more

Ironman Kona 2013 Preliminary Analysis

As most who follow Long Distance Triathlon will realise – the Hawaiian Ironman was raced yesterday. The conditions were unusually mild and the racing was particularly fierce, which led to someRead more

Profile 78/TwentyFour Wheels

Profile Design have been beavering away developing new race wheels for the last couple of years. I was fortunate enough to receive one of the first production sets in February prior to the GlobalRead more

Tour de France: Observations from Stages 4 & 5

You would think that there would be some minutiae of equipment choice from the TTT that I could have picked to pieces. But I couldn’t see anything that would form a compelling argument for aRead more

Tour de France Stage 3 Equipment Effect

Stage 3 of the 2013 Tour de France was another exciting finish (does anyone else feel their heart rate jump watching the final kilometre?). Once again there are small and perhaps crucial differencesRead more

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