The official sponsor and bike shop of IRONMAN® 70.3® Waco presents the 2018 Tri Sale and Expo in Waco, Thursday, October 25th - Sunday, October 28th.
Come shop the sales and talk to reps from some of the biggest brands in triathlon. We are pulling out all the stops and bringing in triathlon bikes, road bikes, accessories and gear that range all levels.
Come see us and let's ride!more
That was a blast! If you’ve signed up for the Ironman Waco 70.3 in October, you are in for a treat. At the Bicycle World training camp this weekend, more than 60 athletes from across Texas and the BW Racing Team sampled the bike course, the run course and the amazingly supportive community in Waco. We’ll talk more about it below, after we catch up on the latest BW Racing Team results, so keep reading! And get...more
So much racing! Short and long courses, local and far away, the Bicycle World Racing Team’s season is still in full swing. Here’s an update on the latest results and a look ahead at what’s coming.
This weekend at the Boulder Ironman 70.3, Quincy Arey and Carly Conrad had an absolutely spectacular day on the course. Quincy finished third in her age group with a time of 4:57:17. Carly snagged...more
It’s been a big few weeks for the BW Austin Racing Team, so let’s get caught up.
On Sunday, Pro Triathlete and Team Coach Paul ‘Barny’ Matthews took third at the Ironman 70.3 Ecuador. Two weeks earlier, BW colors were out in force in Texas and Idaho. Fellow Pro and Team Manager Natasha Van Der Merwe came in 12th at Ironman 70.3 Couer D’Alene. Haley Koop took the women’s overall win at...more
"Make sure your bike is tuned up for race day. Take your bike into your local bike store the week prior to the race and have them do a race day tuneup, along with checking that the tires and brakes are in good order. A clean, tuned up bike is a fast bike!"more
"If you've never swum in open water, try to do so before race day to overcome swim anxiety. If you have friends to swim with, practice race starts so you can get used to swimming with many people all around you."more
"Come up with a race day mantra. When things get tough, mentally prepare yourself to get through those times by reminding yourself why you are out there racing, be it a mantra, thinking of your reasons as to why you're racing, or something as simple as recalling your best training workouts."
Have you registered yet? TriWaco.org...more
Another big race weekend is coming up for the Bicycle World Racing Team. Five of us are heading out to West Texas to test ourselves in the hills and heat of the Buffalo Springs Lake Triathlon in Lubbock: Haley Koop, Padre Mora, Todd Sapio, Aaron Shapley and me. And two of our teammates, Natasha Van der Merwe and Christopher Reynolds, are traveling further west and north to Couer d’Alene, Ida., where the weather may be cooler, but the hills...more
"Make sure you know how to grab water bottles off your bike frame so that you can drink during the race while cycling. It's going to be a HOT day, which means you really need to stay on top of hydration in order to feel good and have a great race."
What's been your favorite part of training so far? Y'all ready to take on #TriWaco???
PS -- you still have time...more
"For a lot of people, the hardest part about a triathlon is getting off the bike portion and then running. That's why it's important to add brick sessions (a bike ride immediately followed by a short run) to your training plan so that your legs know what to do come race day."
What's been the toughest part of training for YOU so far? Let us know in the comments.more