Episode 35: Nick Salazar (@tririg) from TriRig.com on WTF is up with the Mercury Pedal and more…

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TriRig Mercury PedalNick Salazar (@TriRig) started TriRig.com initially to do product reviews. His product reviews are detailed and have some great photography even today. What Nick noticed in his research while doing the reviews is that there were some gaps in the marketplace that needed to be filled. It was then that he took things into his own hands and started to develop products to fill those gaps. Nick shares this unique story and discusses gear, bikes, and aerodynamic innovation. Give it a listen and let us know what you think at Octane-Athletics.com, at Facebook.com/OctaneAthletics, or on Twitter at @OctaneUSA.

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