Triathlon Gear Reviews

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date: January 2, 2008
review by: Z-dog
(4.6)

Inexpensive and great item for people who can't stop running outside when it gets cold!

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date: January 1, 2008
review by: swiss tri
(4.8)

Well made, winter bibs.

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date: January 1, 2008
review by: sundevil87
(4.7)

I went back to Brooks after a bad experience with the wrong type of Asics shoe that caused heel bursitis in both of my feet. I've always had good results with the Brooks shoes I've used (Adrenaline and now the Dyad).

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date: December 31, 2007
review by: J_Cow
(4.6)

Great shoe that fits very well. Very comfortable on the foot, even in the longer runs. No problems with any blisters or slipping.

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date: December 31, 2007
review by: IronBrew78
(4.9)

Overall, this is an excellent product. I highly recomment it to anyone searching for a aero drink system.

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date: December 31, 2007
review by: Shred Bear
(5)

Totally recommend it to everyone!

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date: December 31, 2007
review by: el bu'ho
(4.5)

excellent purchase, very pleased

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date: December 30, 2007
review by: nxm165
(4.8)

Saying that I have this bike 1 month is kind of a stretch. This is my first road bike, and I am reviewing on the strength of its maiden post-test ride voyage. The fit is perfect, and the Shimano Ultegra/105 hardware is excellent. I also test road an '06 Fuji Team road bike, which for all intents and purposes, had the same specs and price as the F5c, but there was a problem with the Fuji, and I ultimately disengaged the chain on the test ride. The Felt F5c is smooth and fast. The response is excellent. I replaced the original seat with the Specialized Alias 130. My goal was to find an all-carbon bike with Shimano hardware at the best price possible. While price point is a major consideration, Felt will now get first shot if/when I purchase another bike.

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date: December 30, 2007
review by: josh800auk
(4.7)

i just got the bike for christmas. i enjoy riding it a lot. before i was riding a mountain bike to train on and race. i have already seen a huge difference in speed and comfort from this bike. i added areo bars to the bike which makes it more comfortable to ride. i recommend this bike to anyone that is looking for a good first bike.

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date: December 29, 2007
review by: DennisB
(4.1)

This will be a valuable training tool and made a wonderful gift for a gadget geek like me.

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date: December 29, 2007
review by: evad
(4.5)

I like the shoe, despite the blister, and am hoping that the extra cushioning will mean less tired feet at the end of my long runs. Wishful thinking? Probably. But since I had a coupon, and this shoe at the discounted price wasn't that much more than what I would have spent on the 2130s, I thought it was worth a try.

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date: December 29, 2007
review by: kenaxford
(4.7)

great value, great bike

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date: December 28, 2007
review by: trophytaker
(5)

I think it really will help me, I can't wait to race with it and see how everything works out with it!

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date: December 28, 2007
review by: trophytaker
(4.7)

so far I have had nothing but good things to say about the mach 3. I am sure the more I get used to the forward seating position, I will have even more good things to say!

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date: December 28, 2007
review by: tvwatters
(4)

This is a very good serious entry level road bike. It was made even better by the fact that I picked it up as a demo bike for under $500.

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date: December 27, 2007
review by: matt3liv
(4.6)

From Amazon.com : Wear the Flex-Tex low-profile stretch gaiters from Outdoor Research for trail running, hiking, cross country skiing, or eating Tex-Mex. Made from durable Stretch Cordura, these tasty gaiters feature a 1in-wide hook-and-loop front closure with bottom and top snaps for added security. Bootlace hooks and nylon instep laces hold the gaiters down and snug to lock out all the rice-and-beans type debris that doesn't make it to your mouth.

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