04/23/14 - McNeice Claims Second Back-to-Back Win


McNeice Claims Second Back-to-Back Win Straight off a 2013 of high-profile wins at Challenge Taiwan and Challenge Wanaka, SpeedTeam/TwentyFour pro Dylan McNeice continues to make a name for himself. This past weekend, McNeice, back in Taiwan to defend his 2013 title, claimed the win over a fast field determined to catch the race favorite. Taiwan completed a drive for two back-to-back wins for McNeice, who also took the repeat win at Challenge Wanaka earlier this year. Last year’s Challenge Wanaka was the first full iron-distance event for McNeice. His repeat win made him the first male athlete to successfully defend his title in the event’s 7-year history. “My first long distance race was always going to be Wanaka,” McNeice told Australian Triathlete last year. “Actually Wanaka was going to be my first and my last! Before Wanaka, I’d decided that my time was up.” This weekend’s Challenge Taiwan continued the unexpected hot streak for the New Zealander, making it his fourth lead-from-the-start iron-distance win. Roll-over Dylan's bike below for a tour of what Profile Design equipment Dylan selected to propel him to the top of Sunday's Challenge Taiwan podium:   



McNeice Claims Second Back-to-Back Win


Straight off a 2013 of high-profile wins at Challenge Taiwan and Challenge Wanaka, SpeedTeam/TwentyFour pro Dylan McNeice continues to make a name for himself. This past weekend, McNeice, back in Taiwan to defend his 2013 title, claimed the win over a fast field determined to catch the race favorite. Taiwan completed a drive for two back-to-back wins for McNeice, who also took the repeat win at Challenge Wanaka earlier this year. Last year’s Challenge Wanaka was the first full iron-distance event for McNeice. His repeat win made him the first male athlete to successfully defend his title in the event’s 7-year history. “My first long distance race was always going to be Wanaka,” McNeice told Australian Triathlete last year. “Actually Wanaka was going to be my first and my last! Before Wanaka, I’d decided that my time was up.” This weekend’s Challenge Taiwan continued the unexpected hot streak for the New Zealander, making it his fourth lead-from-the-start iron-distance win. Roll-over Dylan's bike below for a tour of what Profile Design equipment Dylan selected to propel him to the top of Sunday's Challenge Taiwan podium: 



04/17/14 - Tom Davison Heads to the Commonwealth Games


Tom Davison Heads to the Commonwealth Games The triathlon team to compete at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games was named yesterday by the New Zealand Olympic Committee at the Tri NZ High Performance Centre in Cambridge. Profile Design SpeedTeam/TwentyFour member Tom Davison was one of the 3 selections to the team.  After almost leaving the sport for a “real job”, Tom has been producing powerful performances throughout the last year on TwentyFour Series wheels. At the beginning of April, Davison powered the train at ITU World Triathlon Auckland, averaging 400watts over the 40K draft-legal bike course on a 38/TwentyFour wheelset. His impressive performance catapulted fellow teammates into top 10 spots.   "It’s a huge honour to represent your country in any race; to do it at the Commonwealth Games is unreal. A lot of work has gone into making the team,” said Davison. "My parents are my biggest supporters so they were obviously over the moon. To make this team for them is my biggest motivator as they have supported me through thick and thin. Dad’s response summed it up, he just shouted ‘you have made my year, you bloody beauty’, that was a great moment, but for me now the hard work is just beginning." Fellow Speed Team/TwentyFour pro Nicky Samuels of Wanaka was also named to the team as a reserve for the Mixed Team Relay.



Tom Davison Heads to the Commonwealth Games


The triathlon team to compete at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games was named yesterday by the New Zealand Olympic Committee at the Tri NZ High Performance Centre in Cambridge. Profile Design SpeedTeam/TwentyFour member Tom Davison was one of the 3 selections to the team.  After almost leaving the sport for a “real job”, Tom has been producing powerful performances throughout the last year on TwentyFour Series wheels. At the beginning of April, Davison powered the train at ITU World Triathlon Auckland, averaging 400watts over the 40K draft-legal bike course on a 38/TwentyFour wheelset. His impressive performance catapulted fellow teammates into top 10 spots.   "It’s a huge honour to represent your country in any race; to do it at the Commonwealth Games is unreal. A lot of work has gone into making the team,” said Davison. "My parents are my biggest supporters so they were obviously over the moon. To make this team for them is my biggest motivator as they have supported me through thick and thin. Dad’s response summed it up, he just shouted ‘you have made my year, you bloody beauty’, that was a great moment, but for me now the hard work is just beginning." Fellow Speed Team/TwentyFour pro Nicky Samuels of Wanaka was also named to the team as a reserve for the Mixed Team Relay.



04/10/14 - Sneak Peek Video: More Than Just a Wheel


Sneak Peek Video: More Than Just a Wheel It has been said that "the most valuable real estate in Southern California is the one meter behind Charon "GB" Smith." He's got something to say about the TwentyFour Series, which he's been known to call "magic wheels" - check out a sneak peek of our interview with one of California's top sprinters: