Conor McGregor has been using road cycling as part of his training regime ahead of his UFC 229 Mixed Martial Arts fight on Sunday 7 October.
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The Irish fighter, with an estimated net worth of $85 million, has been training on a custom carbon FiftyOne bike and wearing a custom jersey from Australian clothing brand Attaquer.
McGregor was introduced to road cycling in 2017, ahead of boxing Floyd Mayweather, by a member of his medical team, who is a former national road race champion of Ireland. The sport is now a key part of McGregor’s training program.
McGregor’s bike is a custom-painted, custom carbon frameset from Irish brand FiftyOne Bikes and is equipped with a SRAM Red eTap groupset and Zipp wheels.
It is understood the Irishman rides with flat pedals due to existing knee injuries causing issues with clipless pedals.
See more of the bike in our previous article here.