SCOTT TRI BIKES - SCHWINN 222 RECUMBENT EXERCISE BIKE - WOMEN'S ROAD BIKE SHOES.
Scott Tri Bikes
- (Tri bike) Bicycle specifically designed for triathlons, characterized by steep seat tube angle, 650c wheels, and a very "forward" position, all geared toward improving the rider's aerodynamics and efficiency
- English explorer who reached the South Pole just a month after Amundsen; he and his party died on the return journey (1868-1912)
- Dred (c. 1795–1858), US slave. He brought suit for his freedom based on the fact that he had lived in free territories for five years, but the US Supreme Court ruled against him in 1857 in a case that became the focus of much heated political controversy. Scott was emancipated later that year and worked as a hotel porter in St. Louis
- award-winning United States film actor (1928-1999)
- United States general who was a hero of the War of 1812 and who defeated Santa Anna in the Mexican War (1786-1866)
scott tri bikes - ORBEA OPAL
ORBEA OPAL 2008 XS Tri Bike Frame Set Full Carbon 48cm with fork
AVAILABLE FRAME MEASUREMENTS:
seat tube: 50cm (top to bb center)
seat tube: 43cm (top center to bb center)
head tube: 100mm
dropout to bb: 41cm (c to c)
top tube: 50cm (c to c)
down tube: 61cm (c to c)
model: ORBEA carbon
steerer tube: 1 1/8"
steerer tube length: 30cmweight: 456g approx
material, blades: carbon fiber
material, steerer: carbon fiber model year: 2008
FSA carbon/alloy headset
ORBEA carbon fork
ORBEA lifetime warranty
Lynne Branchflower Race Category: whatever the beginner’s one is … Residence: Los Angeles, CA Petite Resume: Moved to San Diego in 2003, bought my first bike in Feb. 2004 and did my first triathlon in May, placing 30th or something like that. Did some more races and finally took a podium spot (2nd) in October at the Mission Bay Tri. I bought a road bike in July 2006 just before I moved up L.A. with the hopes of doing some time trial-ing and crits that summer but it didn’t happen, graduate school was/is more intense than I expected! It will happen, though … Goals: Try some cycling races like crits or time trials. Get first place in a triathlon (short distance, of course) and maybe at some point do an Ironman but that’s a big maybe. Velo(s) I Ride: my first bike: Guru Chrono Tri Bike with the stars & stripes paint job. My new road bike is a Scott with a pretty plain black and grey design … I just found out they came out with a “girl’s” version with blue and red … if only I had waited another 2 months! How I support by Bike Habit: Right now, I’m not … back in school to get my MBA which should hopefully lead to something to support my habit in the future. Best Time on the Bike: Not sure … does that mean I’m not serious enough about this stuff?!? Worst Time on the Bike: That would have to be Ralph’s Half Ironman in 2005 … it was pouring rain, and I’m talking massive down pour … I couldn’t see 2 inches ahead of me! But again, I don’t know the actual numbers. My Motto: only play if it’s fun Favorite Post-Ride Food: it depends … but usually something that comes in mass quantities. Favorite Web Site: my own … wait, it’s not done yet. Grab Bag: Not too many heart wrenching stories on my end … just looking for ways to keep myself entertained. Got inspired to try the sport from different people but it was my boyfriend who actually helped me with my first major purchases … bike & wetsuit. Since then, I’ve met many other endurance athletes and have learned and grown through them. I also started giving back by becoming the Beginner’s Race Director for the Triathlon Club of San Diego. It always feels good to volunteer … I recommend it to everyone!
Hand built in Nattick Mass., it's a monocoque frame, built with Fibreglass and Kevlar (polyester resin). It has a serial number less than 100 (86, I think). 72 degree seat post angle, Full Campy Chorus Groupo, Look pedals, Scott Tri-bar, Specialized Tri-spoke, Tange fusion aluminum forks, Trimble Water Bottle carrier, Avenir cyclometer, Continental tubular tires, and bladed spokes on the front wheel... Acording to computer models, after about 20kph there was no difference between a normal front triangle and this one. The theory was that the force of the air moving around a normal frame created a "wall" that acted the same as the solid front triangle.
scott tri bikes
The ultimate triathlon shoe, the T2 Pro is light, fast, and efficient thanks to the Ergologic Ride Midsole and the mild rocker geometry. The innovative quick entry system makes the T2 Pro the fastest transition shoe ever.
Fit: Wide toe box and smooth interior is ideal for average to wider feet and for running without socks.
A Perfect, Non-Stretch Fit Every Time
The Fastest Transition System
Drainage Ports to Keep the Shoes Light and Comfortable
Ergologic Ride for the Fastest Running Platform
Customizable Non-Stretch Lacing
Quick-Entry System in Heel for Faster Transitions
Triple Midsole Drainage Channels
Light-Weight, Highly Breathable Upper