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We have a winner - Pep is going to #TakeParcoursToKona

Back at the start of the year, we asked triathletes out there if they had what it took to #TakeParcoursToKona.  Several stepped up to try and now we have one who made it. Pep van Overeem clocked an impressive 10:04 (including a very strong 5:33 bike split) at Ironman UK to book his ticket to the Big Island in October.  Pep was riding on a Parcours Passista/Disc setup for what is known as one of the most challenging bike courses out there. Qualification was the culmination of 4 years of hard work for Jersey-based Pep, who only completed his first...

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Our newest Parcours athlete - Kimberley Morrison, multiple Ironman 70.3 champion

We're absolutely thrilled to announce that, professional triathlete and multiple Ironman 70.3 champion, Kimberley Morrison will now be riding on Parcours wheels.  Over the past couple of seasons, Kimberley has established herself as arguably the leading rider on the professional 70.3 circuit and we can't wait to see where her racing will go from here. Kimberley has had an incredible start to the season, winning Ironman 70.3 Texas and coming in second at Ironman 70.3 Buenos Aires, as well as destroying the bike course record at Ironman 70.3 Dubai.  We will be joining her for the European leg of the season,...

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Welcome to the Parcours team Dan Stein - pro triathlete

Today we're welcoming pro triathlete Dan Stein to the Parcours team.  For the past couple of years Dan has been really making waves on the Australian middle distance scene, including a recent stunning 2nd place at the Australian Elite Long Course Championships in Queensland. We join Dan mid-season, with some impressive Ironman 70.3 results already in the bag.  As the race calendar continues, Dan will be looking to seal qualification for the Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga later this year. Dan will be riding and racing on a Parcours Chrono and Disc combination to maximise his impressive bike leg speed.  You...

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What we learned in the wind tunnel

We recently spent some time testing our entire wheel range in the A2 Wind Tunnel, where we learned some really interesting things.  After the amount of interest we saw in our Instagram Aero Lessons series, here are the main things to take away: 1. Increasing rim depth reduces drag The benefits of a deeper rim actually come as the wind yaw angle increases.  On our drag chart, you'll see the deeper Passista and Chrono rims start to really differentiate themselves around the 7.5-10 degree mark. One point to consider is that the deeper the rim, the more sideforce generated as...

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#TakeParcoursToKona

Triathletes, do you have what it takes to reach the Big Island this year?  Parcours wants to help you get there.  Not just by offering out and out speed on the bike, but also financially.  So we are offering to pay the race entry fee for the first athlete to qualify for Kona 2017 riding on a set of Parcours wheels.  Simple as that, no catch. So get your order in for a set of wind tunnel-proven wheels to help you reach your goals this season.  Take a look at our Aerodynamics page to see how you can benefit. A couple...

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Introducing Caroline Livesey - pro triathlete and Parcours athlete

We’re delighted to announce our partnership with Caroline Livesey, one of Britain’s top professional triathletes.  After a stunning Age Group racing career, which included a trip to the podium in Kona in 2014, Caroline turned pro in 2015.  Since then, she has become a regular feature at the front of major races around the world. Credit: FinisherPix We join Caroline as she aims for the ultimate goal in long-distance triathlon - pro qualification for the 2017 Ironman World Championships in Kona.  To reach the pinnacle of the sport will require a string of good results over the coming months and...

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Tour de Parcours

From the very outset we wanted Parcours to make aerodynamics accessible.  As part of this, we want to get as many people as possible out riding on our wheels and seeing for themselves what it feels like.  So to do this, we're off on a road trip! The Tour de Parcours will be taking place in early 2017.  We are looking for cycling clubs, tri clubs, organised ride groups or just a collection of friends who love their bikes to test ride our wheels.  We'll come to you, wherever you are in the UK, fit some test wheels to your...

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RMNC x Parcours

Romance are an independent London based Cycling Brand, making an impact to the scene with their second collection of kits having just landed.  For the 2016/17 season, Romance have launched a road race team and we are pleased to announce that the team will be riding on Parcours Passista wheelsets. The Romance race team will be proving the Passista's worth in the highly competitive London Race scene, with Crit races and Road races demanding fast, hard accelerations, dependable braking and fast cornering in tight group racing.    The team have kicked off with podiums and top 10 placings aboard their Passista's with plenty of high praise...

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What a weekend!

We may have spent far too many hours on our feet, but it was all worthwhile down at the London Triathlon Expo. So good to meet so many people, whether racing or supporting.  The word is out about the new kids on the block who are determined to make aero accessible to all

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Launch weekend

Parcours was created to make aerodynamics more accessible to all.  We'll be offering a range of wheels, each suited to different terrain and ride types.  So whether you're just getting started on your bike, or you're an experienced road warrior, we hope to have something for you. It's been a long time in the making, so it's incredibly exciting to be launching Parcours this weekend (6th/7th August) at the London Triathlon Expo at ExCel.  Find out all about the Expo and the world's largest triathlon here.  Whether you're down to race or just to support someone else, make sure to...

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