There and Back Again – A TriBike Tale – The Home Stretch Part 6

On day 14, I was getting homesick – it was the last sort and load day. Luckily it was just for three races, and the return trip was light. I was ready to hit my route and get home. But remember how I said nothing goes as planned? I had loaded quickly and pulled out […]

Behind the Scenes: IRONMAN® 70.3® Puerto Rico 2020

Some of you may already know that TriBike Transport began the 2020 season by shipping bikes to IRONMAN® 70.3® Puerto Rico, only to be turned around as soon as our team landed at the airport in Puerto Rico. We want to give you some insight into the process that led up to and followed the […]

There and Back Again – A TriBike Tale – Race Day in Augusta Part 5

Race day reached 96°F, and Augusta did not offer the most ideal physical layout for a race. Transition was nearly 2 miles from the finish line, and no one seemed to know how, when, or where shuttles were running. We were told to be ready to start receiving bikes at noon. Noon.  Heh.  The first […]

TBT Update Regarding COVID-19

Greetings athletes, As you undoubtedly know, the Covid-19 situation has evolved and will continue to change at an incredible pace over the next few weeks. We will continue to keep you informed on our response as we navigate through these unprecedented circumstances. First, we’d like to share some information about our business that will provide […]

There and Back Again – A TriBike Tale – IM Augusta Part 4

  After a good night’s sleep, Jordy and I headed to the event to begin getting set up. We were happy to see that we would be set up inside the convention center in the athlete village. It was going to be a hot weekend in Augusta, and to be able to spend the first […]