Ironman - Canada

Rear: Sub-9 Front: 808 Despite Ironman Canada’s extended climbs, a full aero setup is still the way to go. The Sub-9 disc weighs just a hair over 1000g and is designed for a comfortable ride to keep you fresh after 112 miles. The 808 front wheel is a versatile aero choice.

Rear: 1080 Front: 404 The climb to Yellow Lake is the highest of any Ironman course in North America, making the 1080/404 combo a good one for riders who want to place a little bit more emphasis on weight over aerodynamics.

Rear: 1080 Front: 404 On a windy day, the 1080/404’s benefits on the climbs turn into advantages throughout the course due to this wheelset’s low side force properties. It still offers plenty in terms of aerodynamics though.

Rear: 808 Front: 303 We talk a lot about the 808/303’s benefits in terms of this setup’s climbing weight and crosswind control, but it’s still quite aerodynamic and a versatile choice for unpredictable conditions in Canada.