Beginner Triathlete - Bike articles

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photoIt depends on your preference and what's important to you. I'll list some of the beliefs that are out there and comment on a few.
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photoThe triathlon bike vs. road bike quandary. Before you even ask the road bike vs. tri bike question, you should have a couple sprint triathlons or duathlons under your belt.
author : FitWerx
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photoChoosing a groupset for your next bike? This article offers a detailed comparison of the differences between the Shimano 105 and Ultegra groupsets.
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photoWhich component group is right for you? Here are some differences on weight, performance and price between the Dura-Ace, Ultegra and 105 component groups.
author : FitWerx
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photoWhat should I consider when adding aero bars? What are good brands? Are there pitfalls to be aware of? How can I adjust them to fit me?
author : FitWerx
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photoHow much time savings can you expect over the course of a triathlon by using an aero helmet?
author : FitWerx
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photoAre you a beginner triathlete? This video will compare triathlon bikes and road bikes to help you figure out what is best for you as you begin your triathlon training.
author : B-One
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photoThis article estimates how much time can be saved in sprint races by converting from stock aero wheels found on most tri bikes to more aero disk and composite spoked wheels.
author : hoffsquared
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photoThese shoes would be good for athletes looking to upgrade from a shoe with a nylon/plastic composite sole to a good carbon composite sole.
author : Machiavelo
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photoDo you have a bicycle and do not know where to begin to find one if you do not? How should go about choosing a bicycle that will be best suited for your needs?
author : GaryRM
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photoWith the recent move to mounting a water bottle onto your aero bars to save on drag I decided to look at a similar setup. Here are the results of my testing of this hydration setup.
author : BGTwinDad
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photoWe will take a peek into the lowly saddlebag to see what needs to be in there in case of emergency. Much of this may be common sense, some might surprise you, and some are simply just my opinion.
author : FitWerx
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photoDean from Fitwerx answers a BT member question about what kind of bike should be the "next bike."
author : sportfactory
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photoWhen shopping for triathlon bike aerobars, considerations range from adjustability, comfort, aerodynamics, weight, and of course, price.
author : Ron
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photoDon't know how to take that rear wheel off of your bike? Is the chain making things difficult? Learn how to remove your rear wheel if you have to change your bike tire or fix a flat.
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