Default Tri-Fit Methodology:
F.I.S.T. Tri Fit Bikes:
Other Motion-Capture Systems:
Dartfish Cost of Fit: $200
General Information: 1.Athlete: Been involved in Competitive Cycling, Triathlon, and multi-sport since 1983.
2.Iron Man: Completed 6 Iron Distance events between 1995 and 2008.
3.Cyclist: 1985-2001 raced to Cat 2 really like criteriums!
4.Wheelie FunMulti-Sport: Founded and ran from 1999 to 2009.
5.Patent Holder: for integrated armrest aerobar (profile sonic stryke, profile sonic csx).
6.Veritas Fit System: Inventor / owner.
7.Veritas Custom Cycles Founder / owner: Highlights include 1 national masters rod race champion, 1 national time trial bronze medal, fastest bike split Chicago triathlon 2008, fastest bike split Memphis in May 2008, First bike to T2 70.3 world championship 2008, course record holder male and female Heart of the South 200, 3 IM world championship qualifiers.
8.Bike Fit: Performed over 9,000 road and triathlon fittings. Highlights include Clearwater 70.3 World Championship bike course record, 6 national triathlon age group champions, 1 national road race champion, 2 Ironman age group champions, 1 Ironman age group world champion, Fastest Female age group bike split IM Wisconsin 2009 (5:22:30),70.3 world championship bike split record holder (1:58:49).
9.Coaching: Bob Duncan Racing, Veritas endurance. Highlights include 1 fourth ITU long course world championship (my beloved wife Lisa), 4 IM World Championship qualifiers (6 total finishes), 3 age group USAT long course champions, 1 Chicago triathlon age group champion, 3 age group winners Muncie Endurathon, Current bike coach of Eric Limkeman (2007 USAT rookie of the year), Current coach Andrew Starykowicz (http://astarykowicz.blogspot.com )
10.Huge Fan of Ricky Bobby, “I want to go fast!” Directions: From Cincinnati:
71 North to St Rd. 48 North, left on to Cook Rd, right on to Deerfield, at 3-way stop bear left and store on right.
South on St Rd 48, follow 48 to left in downtown Lebanon, right on East, at 3rd stop sign turn right and store on right
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