The German triathlete Sebastian Kienle, winner in Kona in 2014 and 3rd in 2019, has carried out a Test coupled to his bike to collect aerodynamic data, sweat, etc. that serve to improve the points that he has not worked in this confinement.
In the end, Kienle completed the 100 kilometers in 2:18, which means rolling an average of 43,4 km / h.
«When you miss your racing suit and your aerodynamic helmet so much 😂
I did a 100k TT with my partner 2PEAK and also used it to collect some aerodynamic and sweat data.
Riding a bike is always fun, especially when you're race ready and all set to go fast.»
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When you miss your race suit and aero helmet that much 😂 Did a 100k TT with my partner @ 2peak_finduroptimum I used it to collect some data, stay tuned for a new YouTube vid. Always amazes me how fast you can go with a relatively small amount of power, when you're in your full race setup (and on a really fast course…) 43,4 kph avg at the end. 📷: @ pushinglimits.de #timetrial #triathlon #hepsportsteam #keepthepassion #fortheloveofsport