The Ironman series has been around for about a decade now, and it has always been a unique event.

Every year, thousands of athletes from all over the world gather at the famous course for a race that pits them against each other in an epic battle of endurance.

But for this year’s Ironman, competitors are now competing against each others’ bare bones bikes, rather than the most expensive bikes.

The competition has become a bit more demanding than it used to be, and the bikes used in the event are now heavier, faster, and with less padding.

For this year, the competition is in a bit of a different environment, and this year there are no bike stands.

Instead, there is a separate bar where the Ironman athletes will race in front of each other, and their bikes will be strapped to the bars of the bar.

The bar itself is actually very similar to the ones used at the Ironmans, and unlike at the previous Ironmans in 2010 and 2011, there will be no bars.

Instead of riding a standard Ironman bar, athletes will be competing against an all-new design of bar that is meant to be more resistant to the elements.

These bars will be made of titanium, and will be able to withstand temperatures as low as -20 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 70 degrees Celsius).

Ironman says they’ve built these bars specifically for the event, and they are the first of their kind in the world.

“We’ve been developing this new bar for the Ironmen event for over two years now, we are incredibly proud of what we’ve created,” Ironman CEO John Wigley told Fox Sports.

“For us, this is about the best of the best, and I think it is the most innovative bar ever created.”

The new bars will come in four different sizes, and Ironman has said that the most popular will be the X-Size bar.

If you’ve ever wondered how a titanium bar will compare to a normal bar, you’ll be glad to know that they will not.

Ironman bars are lighter than regular bars because they have a higher percentage of titanium.

In fact, titanium bars are the heaviest bar in the entire Ironman competition, weighing in at 621 grams (1.45 pounds).

“The new bars, which are titanium, are more than five times heavier than the previous bars, weighing about 653 grams,” Ironmen CEO John Tovar said.

“The titanium bars weigh approximately two pounds more than the conventional steel bars, and weigh almost a pound less than the aluminum bars.”

The reason for the increased weight is because titanium is more dense than steel, so it can resist impact and be stronger than the regular steel bars.

Ironmans have already had success with titanium bars.

In 2012, the team won the Ironathlon at the London Olympics by defeating the world champion Team GB, and that same year, they also won the World Cup at the Sydney Olympics.

The new bar is still being tested at Ironman’s facilities, but it will be available to the public soon.

The Ironmans will be running from May 29 through June 7 in the New York City Marathon.

For more information on Ironman events, check out the Ironmarch site.