Profile T2+ Aero Bar Review

author : Ontherun
comments : 3
photoA brief history on aero bar evolution with a review on the bars that I own and love.

Aero Wheel Advantage for Age Group Triathletes

author : B-One
comments : 8
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.

Gear Review: Lake Cycling Shoes - Walk On Water With Lake

author : Writebrained
comments : 0
photoBoth the Lake Triathlon Shoe CX210TRI and the Lake Road Shoe CX225 offer distinct advantages. I tested both shoes and found them to be extremely comfortable, good looking and durable.

Gear Review: Limar 907 Helmet - One Great Coconut Cover

author : Writebrained
comments : 0
photoVirtually weightless and vented to the hilt, the Limar 907 is almost transparent to the wearer. Additionally, the Limar 907 just looks cool.

Dura-Ace vs Ultegra vs 105: A Comparison

comments : 1
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.

Gear Review: Counterpoint to 'A More Comfortable Race-ISM?'

author : marmadaddy
comments : 0
photoAfter a while on my first longish ride, I noticed that I was getting numb. It’s scary. “Will feeling return?” is the first thing that comes to mind.

Tubulars versus Clinchers: What is the Difference? Benefits?

comments : 2
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.

Gear Review: A More Comfortable Race-ISM?

author : Writebrained
comments : 0
photoThe ISM Adamo Racing Saddle is difficult to define. It doesn’t look like a bicycle saddle. It doesn’t mount like a bicycle saddle. And yet, it does feel like a bicycle saddle.

Gear Review: Profile Design AeroDrink

author : DominiqueL
comments : 12
photoWhen people think of hydration in the aero position, the first name that comes to mind is the Aerodrink from Profile Design. I was expecting a pretty quick and breezy review of this water bottle.

Triathlon Bike or Road Bike?

comments : 8
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.

Mini-Gear Review: Dimpled Water Bottle

author : DominiqueL
comments : 1
photoRocket Science Sports has applied its hyper-technical approach to designing a water bottle. The result is a water bottle with dimples similar to those on a golf ball.

Choosing the Trek Pilot 5.2: LBS's, expectations, test rides and money.

author : Ontherun
comments : 0
photoA few months back I wrote an article about buying your next bike. Well now I have done it and wish to share my experience and choice with you.

Gear Review: Pierce the Wind on a Javelin Narni

author : Writebrained
comments : 0
photoImagine gliding on a fresh stick of butter just placed on a hot frying pan. Now imagine sliding along an isolated country road almost effortlessly. You’ve just imagined yourself on a Javelin Narni.

Gear Review: CYCLO-CORE Off-Season Conditioning Program

author : Iron MaYden
comments : 0
photoThe goal of this program is simple – for the cyclist to have IMPROVED performance when the next season rolls around, not merely to maintain last season’s fitness.

The Right Bike for the Beginning Big Triathlete

author : browncd
comments : 1
photoTrials on getting a bike that fits while also being reliable
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