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Happy Birthday John Cobb, thanks for your support, for being a mentor to me in the bicycle world and most important a friend. Have a good day. 
Photo: Happy Birthday John Cobb, thanks for your support, for being a mentor to me in the bicycle world and most important a friend. Have a good day.
Proud to be a Dealer of Cobb Cycling! Thanks!
Dealers of the month for March! Thanks and a big congrats to:

Athletes Lounge
Precision Bikes

Kyle’s Bikes

Inside-Out Sports – Cary
Cycologic
Bike Doctor – Maryland

The JOF55 Cobb test sadle has just arrived at the shop. Come check it out! 
We are pleased to announce the official launch of The Cobb Mobb!
After it’s much anticipated and slightly delayed release, the time has arrived for the application process to open up!
It will remain open until December 14th but do not delay as we will start going through the apps as they come in and may have our team basically filled before then.

What is needed to apply? 

An internet connection and a desire! 
All other details and the application is listed here:

Questions? 

Email: team@cobbcycling.com

Good luck and we are looking forward to the announcement of our team in late Dec!!

Coming soon……
Photo: Coming soon.


John Cobb, the aerodynamics guru and designer of the new Rudy Project Wing 57 aero helmet, 
sits down with Kevin Taddonio of This Week in Triathlon.

Many thanks to John Cobb from Cobb Cycling for making this happen!

Photo: Precision Bikes loves Cobb Cycling new Women's specific tri shorts! Come by and try them out!   Cobb Cycling has just released the first women's product in their new clothing lineup, the Rapido Women's triathlon short. As a logical extension to the Cobb saddle line, designing a triathlon short to work specifically with the bike seat shapes required all new thinking about triathlon shorts.    • 10 panel design  • 2 convenient rear pockets  • Ergonomically placed seams  • Advanced No-Rise leg grippers  • Seamless Synthetic moleskin fast-dry chamois  The Rapido Women's triathlon short is designed for hot weather racing and training conditions. The new, innovative chamois will keep the rider dry without bunching in the leg seams, this special chamois material will eliminate "sticktion", the main cause of saddle chaffing. As with all Cobb products, full aero testing and temperature management testing was done to ensure the highest levels of performance. - See more at: http://www.cobbcycling.com/shop/apparel/womens-apparel/womens-black-rapido-tri-shorts#sthash.DlUfxHpL.dpufPrecision Bikes loves Cobb Cycling new Women’s specific tri shorts! Come by and try them out!

Cobb Cycling has just released the first women’s product in their new clothing lineup, the Rapido Women’s triathlon short. As a logical extension to the Cobb saddle line, designing a triathlon short to work specifically with the bike seat shapes required all new thinking about triathlon shorts.

• 10 panel design
• 2 convenient rear pockets
• Ergonomically placed seams
• Advanced No-Rise leg grippers
• Seamless Synthetic moleskin fast-dry chamois
The Rapido Women’s triathlon short is designed for hot weather racing and training conditions. The new, innovative chamois will keep the rider dry without bunching in the leg seams, this special chamois material will eliminate “sticktion”, the main cause of saddle chaffing. As with all Cobb products, full aero testing and temperature management testing was done to ensure the highest levels of performance.


Check it out!

We review this stunning triathlon saddle from Cobb Cycling.


Cobb V-Flow Max Saddle ReviewCobb Cycling V-Flow Max saddle
£119.99/$179.99
www.cobbcycling.com; www.bike-science.com
For those athletes who have struggled to find a comfy position on regular saddles during triathlon, the Cobb V-Flow Max could well be the answer to your prayers. With a deep cutaway and lowered nose section for pressure relief, we haven’t experienced a single episode of numbness after hundreds of miles on the saddle. The padding of this relatively narrow perch is firm but extremely comfy whether in an aero tuck or sat up, while the low nose allows rotation of the pelvis to increase that all-important hip angle. Getting off the bike and running was a pleasure with no pins and needles or other discomfort to compromise race day performance. The rails are extra long to allow plenty of fore-aft adjustment and while it’s not super light at 270g, its practicality overcomes the weight penalty. Considering the incredible comfort and circulation-saving design, it’s also worth every penny.

Verdict

Pressure-free, comfy and adjustable; the best triathlon saddle we’ve ever tested

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