At 38 years of age, Brent McMahon is an Olympian (Athens and London), ITU World Cup and Xterra champion, and has won multiple 70.3 and Ironman races. In his Ironman debut – Ironman Arizona 2014 – he won the overall race, set a course record and went sub-eight-hours (7:55:48) – the fastest time ever by a rookie. Since then, McMahon has gone under eight hours a total of five times, including one of the fastest Ironman times in history – 7:46 at Ironman Brazil 2016. In 2018, McMahon won Ironman Canada (Whistler, BC).
To start 2019, McMahon won Ironman 70.3 Monterrey in May. On June 9th, the Canuck will try to qualify for the World Championship at Ironman Boulder. Here’s a closer look at his Quintana Roo PRsix Disc for the race in Boulder and the 2019 season.
Bike: Quintana Roo PRsix Disc
Wheels: Easton EC90 Aero85
Groupset: Shimano Di2 groupset
Power meter: Easton cinch power meter
Bike Computer: Polar M460