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Out of towners knew they had arrived to the right place!
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Body work treatment awaited riders returning from one of the shop's morning group rides. Here Raul Cardenas prepares for a full day to be spent on his feet inside the store.
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Others hopped right inside, skipping the body work lines, to get first pass at the breakfast table.
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Throughout the day, seminars were held inside Tri Shop's dedicated "Performance Center". Here Richard Garza, Master's swimming coach at Texas Ford Aquatics, leads attendees through a series of stretches.
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After stretching, Garza put Tri Shop's Endless Pool to good use and showcased bad habits swimmers should look to avoid in the water.
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A constant stream of cyclists wheeled bikes in throughout the day for fits and service.
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There were a seemingly endless supply of go-getter employees at Tri Shop willing to lend a helping hand.
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Cobb Cycling's Rachel Olson kicked off the day of seminars with a talk designed to better prepare and educate women on what to look for in a bike saddle.
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Following her presentation, the fleet-footed Olson, who is a top amateur triathlete with aspirations in the sport, met one of the sport's legends, Michellie Jones, who was in town to share her triathlon experiences.
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During her talk, Jones' Olympic silver medal, was passed around for attendees to inspect and admire. Thanks to Martha for showcasing it here.
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In a studio separate from the Performance Studio bike fits took place throughout the day. Slowman himself presided over many of these.
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Various tables were set up throughout the store offering samples, including Generation UCAN's shown here.
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George and Barrett from Allied Cycle Works showed off their Alfa. Allied was the creation of former Orbea USA's head honcho Tony Karklins and is a bicycle company made and based out of Little Rock, Arkansas.
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A family cheers on Dad as he mashes his way over 600 watts in a Zwift demo station set up in the shop.
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It wasn't all about the bike though.
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Outside the shop ProShift had a demo showcasing their automatic gear shifting unit that works with Shimano DI2, SRAM ETAP and Campagnolo EPS systems.
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A closer look at the ProShift head unit.
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Back inside there were plenty of door prizes on offer to be won.
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A common staple of Slowtwitch Road Shows are local pizza and beer offerings.