UPDATE: Rocket Science Sports RJ Bag Review

author : hoffsquared
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photoI was pretty excited to test out a triathlon-specific gear bag. I'm on the lookout for something functional, comfortable, and maybe even a bit stylish.

A Light-Hearted Look at Next Year's New Triathlon Gear

author : gplitt
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photoA satire on magazines advertising expensive gear we can't afford and certainly don't need.

REVIEW: The Polar RCX5 Multisport Watch

author : NewClydesdale
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photoThe Polar RCX5 is a robust multi-sport watch with a sleek, comfortable profile. With the right accessories the RCX5 can provide you with heartrate, speed, cadence and GPS data.

Review: 2012 Rudy Project Hypermask Sunglasses

author : ironultrared
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photoWhen they first came in, and I opened them up, I had my doubts. So, I made sure to really put them to the test. Well, Rudy, you've made a believer out of me.

A Place for Hydration

author : ahohl
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photoWhat is the best way to carry fluid on your bike in a triathlon?

My Endurance Athlete Stuff

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photoWhat would the uninitiated make of all of our gear?

What a triathlon beginner needs to get started: The Swim

author : ahohl
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photoFirst in a series of three articles about the basics, the niceties and the luxuries

What to Wear for a Triathlon

author : Amy Kuitse
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photoDo you have your first triathlon coming up? This article will give you a few tips on what to wear for your triathlon.

VIDEO: Garmin 405 vs Suunto T6C

author : Coach AJ
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photoIn this review, we put the Garmin Forerunner 405 and the Suunto T6C heart-rate and GPS watches through the wringers.

Interbike Coverage 2009 - Part 3

author : Coach AJ
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photoNew products from Athlete 3, Fuji, Garmin, Kestrel, LiveStrong, Reynolds, Scott, Specialized, Shimano and Vision Tech

Interbike Coverage 2009 - Part 2

author : Coach AJ
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photoNew products from Descente, Vision Tech, Pearl Izumi, Saris, CamelBack, BlueSeventy, Blue, GU, Quarq and Shimano.

Interbike Coverage 2009 - Part 1

author : Coach AJ
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photoNew products from Prologo, Lake, Avia, Orbea, Ceepo, Jamis, Zipp, Profile, Scott and Specialized.

Winter Wear: Part 1 - Your Legs

author : Coach AJ
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photoCoach AJ discusses the essential clothing used to keep your legs and feet warm while cycling or running in the cold weather.

VIDEO REVIEW: Skins Compression Wear

author : Coach AJ
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photoDoes compression clothing really work? Coach AJ was able to try out a line of compression wear by Skins during the 2008 Annual Hawaii Ironman Triathlon.

VIDEO: RoadID and eSportID Comparison

author : Ontherun
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photoIt is of the utmost importance to wear some sort of personal identification along with you during training. We review RoadID and eSportID to compare what's good and bad about them.
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