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JEFF SYMONDS CROWNED IRONMAN ASIA-PACIFIC CHAMPION

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Canadian triathlete and Argonaut Jeff Symonds was the first to cross the finish line at the Ironman Asia-Pacific triathlon this weekend, while proudly carrying the maple leaf flag. A proven runner, Symonds has earned one of the most important titles in his career with a blistering marathon. 

Held in Melbourne, Australia, the Asia-Pacific triathlon greeted more than 2,500 competitors. In a new twist, this year’s winner earns an automatic entry into Kona’s IRONMAN World Championship, to be held in October 2015.

Cycling comeback and marathon dominance

Argon 18 E118 Next winning Challenge Dubai

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Argon 18 Pro Argonaut Terenzo Bozzone having the BEST bike split - FIRST off the bike - and winning the inaugural Challenge Dubai last February 27, 2015.  Kudos to Terenzo & looking forward for more victories onboard the Argon 18 E118 Next.

IcaMax reigns supreme on the Monterrazas Bike Challenge

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Congratulations to Team MaXimo powered by YKKbikes.com rider - Ana Patricia Maximo (IcaMaX) winning 2nd Place for the Women's Open on the Monterazzas MTB Challenge & winning 1st Place for the Women's Open on the Monterazzas Road Bike Challenge.  

QR leaps to 5th place in Kona Bike Count

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After the 2014 Kona Ironman World Championships Bike Count - Quintana Roo moved up a notch from sixth place to fifth place for 76 bikes surpassing Scott, Cannondale, Giant & BMC bikes.  Quintana Roo is the pioneer of the triathlon sport specific bikes that was unveiled on 1989 when Dan Empfield filled the gap with QR's first ever tri-specific bikes.  Fast forward to 2014, QR has launched the new 2015 PR-6 super bikes which is the lightest tri/TT frameset on the market today - aerodynamic + lighweight.

About QR -

2015 Quintana Roo PR-6 SuperBike

SMART + STREET SMART: QR is proud to introduce the QR PR6, a bicycle alone in approach and backed by a trusted heritage of innovation in triathlon. Light, agile, and responsive in a way largely considered impossible for the superbike category, the PR6 reinvents the expectation of overall ride handling and power-to-pedal efficiency.


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Technology behind the Tour Champion - Campagnolo

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2014 Tour de France Champion - Vicenzo Nibali of Astana Pro Cycling Team won the 21 day stage race using the new Campagnolo Super Record RS. 

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