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Bioracer's Speedwear Concept is the cornerstone of their collection and it is the representation of their corporate DNA. It is designed to make you faster. Lots of triathletes have discovered the potential of Bioracer's Speedwear Concept and are using it during triathlon races, even though this capsule collection is initially designed for road racing and time trial.
That’s why Bioracer came up with the Speedwear Concept Tri Suit. A translation of all the aerodynamic qualities of Speedwear Concept to the needs of triathletes. The majority of the suit is made of Speedsilk. The Speedsilk fabric has undergone a hot press treatment, so the surface gets very smooth and silk like, hence the name. This fabric technology improves the aerodynamics of regular Lycra. Speedsilk reduces drag and is used on the front torso, the side panels and the legs. Airstripe is a form of Lycra with a pinstripe woven into the surface. This fabric creates a golfball effect. On places where this fabric is used, the air is able to remain attached to the surface much longer and creates a narrower low-pressure wake and less pressure drag. Bioracer uses this fabric on the sleeves and the back torso.
The integrated Tri pad provides support during the bike leg, whilst still being flexible enough so you don’t notice it while swimming or running. The leg cuffs are finished with a wide elastic Powerband, to keep everything in place.
Air Stripe Ever since Bioracer started the speedsuit revolution, their well-known Airstripe fabric has been a part of it. Now in its fourth generation, this elastic, breathable fabric with the characteristic pinstripe has been used on aerodynamically strategic spots of Bioracer's jerseys and suits. If placed correctly, the stripe weaving enhances aerodynamic efficiency by creating a boundary layer effect.
Speed Silk Speedsilk is not a fabric. It’s not even a coating. Speedsilk is the technology Bioracer uses to improve aerodynamic properties of certain fabrics. By mechanically influencing the weaving of the fabric, the weaving gets tighter and the surface becomes smoother. The fabric becomes faster but keeps its moisture wicking properties.