Mike Mendoza, the Patriot Racer, broke the Guinness World Record for completing the most IRONMAN 70.3 races in one year – all while riding his Quintana Roo USA edition PRsix. Read More
Bikes are a little bit like wine. Making wine is no longer just a hobby or a craft, but a big industry, and is very tech driven. Still, is the wine itself better than it was, say, 50 or 100 years ago? It's certainly more uniform; more predictable. Read More
Triathletes are making the switch to our new disc-brake PRsix and PRfive triathlon bikes. Learn the benefits of disc brakes and if there are any disadvantages - plus read reviews from QR professional athletes who've switched to disc-brake PRseries bikes.
Not only are Quintana Roo bikes hand-painted in house, they are all decaled, clear-coated, and then assembled in our Chattanooga, Tennessee facility as well. Read More
A historic day in The Woodlands, TX as perfect conditions and competitive fields led to a speedy day for many of our Quintana Roo athletes. We're extremely proud of our Quintana Roo Professional Triathlete, Matt Hanson, who won IRONMAN Texas North American Championship and set a new IRONMAN World Record time of 07:39:24!
My name is Jennifer Middlebrook. I am a 48-year-old triathlete who rides a Quintana Roo PRsix tri bike, and I was diagnosed with focal dystonia in my legs and feet when I was in the 7th grade. Read More
When it comes to triathlons, triathletes must gain every inch of advantage in order to win the race - One of those advantages includes efficient gear. Check out how the key differences between triathlon bikes and rode bicycles provide vital competitive edges. Read More
When things get mentally hard, what brings you back to focus? Read More
After having the opportunity to race my first Ironman here in Texas last year I was pretty psyched at the chance to return and try and improve upon my 2016 result. Read More
A wind tunnel visit is certainly the pinnacle of tri geekiness. You bust out all the aero equipment and start to look for these small marginal gains. For the great majority of riders though, those marginal gains can really add up. Read More