Scicon Unveils Video Series with Alessandro Fabian
Scicon started producing the AeroComfort Triathlon bike bag in January 2014 and already it’s the number 1 choice for travelling triathletes everywhere. We currently sponsor over 130 professional triathletes including Frederick Van Lierde, Caroline Steffen and Pete Jacobs alongside UplaceBMC and Trek Factory Racing Triathlon teams.
But what exactly sets this bike bag apart from all the others? Well, for a start, the fact that it’s been designed around the whole geometry of TT bikes with special attention to seat post and aerobars, adding further comfort, functionality and protection. It’s also super lightweight in comparison to bike boxes yet still offers a high level of protection in all the right places.
Based on the award winning concept of the original AeroComfort bike bag with Antishock Bike Frame, we have created a product which complements a good bike fit (and lack of mechanical skills!) by allowing the original settings to remail fully intact, while providing top level protection.
Another Scicon sponsored athlete is Alessandro Fabian who is one of the top elite triathletes in the world having competed at the London Olympics in 2012 where he placed 10th. Ale, as he’s fondly known, is constantly travelling around the world from race to training camp to back home again understands the importance of having a decent bike bag. He tell us in an interview that:
The Scicon Aerocomfort Triathlon is an innovation because it’s super light. With Scicon, I know my bike will travel safely and that I won’t have any problems.
Over the course of the coming fortnight, we will be launching a series of videos featuring the Olympic triathlete including a how-to-pack tutorial, an interview and a training insight. Here’s a little teaser to give you an idea of what’s to come:
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