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Tony Kanaan: from F1 to T1
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Aug 7, 2010  hits 48,879

Armchair critics beware: Tony is no slouch.  He can ride a bike ...
Armchair critics beware: Tony is no slouch. He can ride a bike ...

Tony Kanaan, superstar Indy Car racer, is also an avid triathlete. We caught up with him when he flew up to Boulder, CO for a bike fit with Retul fit studios. Tony wanted to get dialed in on his brand new Trek Speed Concept, and wanted to get the very best.


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  • Tony Kanaan is an Indy car superstar, but has an abiding love for triathlon.
  • Armchair critics beware: Tony is no slouch.  He can ride a bike ...
  • ... and he's got the legs to prove it.
  • Tony is riding a tricked out Trek Speed Concept 9.9.
  • This view just never gets old.
  • And Kanaan is serious about his riding.  He uses a Dura-Ace SRM to track his power output.
  • Brazilian Kanaan flies his flag using the same vcgraphix stickers that many pros use.
  • Tony's original position was high and slack...
  • ...but Retul's Mat Steinmetz got him dialed into a much more aggressive tuck.
  • Steinmetz explains where he plans to take Tony's fit coordinates.
  • Tony shoots the breeze between runs with Retul founder Franko Vatterott.
  • Tony is super friendly.  And he's all smiles ...
  • ... until he gets down to business.

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