Athlete Updates

Froome’s Journey to Y3llow to Feature at Festival

What does three-times Tour de France winner, an animation agency and a medical device all have in common? Five awards and screening at the ‘17th Annual Bicycle Film Festival’ in New York, it seems. Having recently emerged from receiving the Honouree Award at The Webby Awards – dubbed by New York Times as ‘the highest … Read more

Chris Froome Interview – Using Turbine Breathing

Q: Why do you use Turbine?Chris Froome: Where I’ve found the Turbine to be really useful is, especially for my warm ups and cool downs, after a hard stage. Just for me to really focus on my breathing, get the maximum amount of airflow possible, and really just to calm my nerves. Q: How does … Read more

Why Chris Froome Uses Turbine

“When you’re up around threshold, or really, sort of, intense effort. You want the maximum amount of air you can basically get. And if that’s through your mouth and your nose, that’s going to be the absolute best. If you’ve ever ridden with a cold, you’ll know what it’s like to try and do an … Read more

2015 Was a Year To Smile About

Annabel Luxford Training Ride

By Annabel Luxford. There is a moment in every race that comes to mind first when recollecting the day. Running down Palani Drive, with less than a kilometer to the finish line of the Ironman World Championships in Kona, is that moment for me. I was on my way to completing the most challenging race … Read more

2016 Tour de France Route Announced

2016 Tour de France Poster

The route for the 103rd edition of the Tour de France has been announced and Turbine athlete, and defending champion, Chris Froome is confident, saying “It suits me better than this year’s tour”. The forthcoming Tour will start up north in the Manche region of France and will eventually visit Spain, Andorra and Switzerland. The 21 stages … Read more

Sun, Sand, Surf… well training, eat, sleep

By Luke Bell.   With a quick stop off in Melbourne (quick, as temps were 2 degrees C/35F ) to see the family, and for Lucy to spend some time at home with Matilda, I was off to the Gold Coast to finish off those long hard miles that everyone posts about leading into Kona. … Read more

Luke Bell Season Review

Luke Bell wearing Turbine

By Luke Bell. With the month ticking over from June to July it is time to get the second half of the year underway. June was mainly spent with “head down bum up” training, being consistent and ticking boxes so it all can be drawn upon later in the year. As I mentioned June was … Read more

Calvin Watson Season Review

Calvin Watson holding Turbine

By Calvin Watson. Checking in after a short mid season break. It was time to recharge the body and mind after a crazy first half of the year that saw me start my season at Tour Down Under and finish at Criterium de Dauphine, where I managed to clock up a leg zapping 60 days … Read more