Great bike and a great value. Very happy with my decision.
This is the only suit that will withstand the chemicals and heat of my pool. Mine is finally dying after about 150 hours of use, and this is the only suit I will buy.
I've tried several different brands ~ always come back to Saucony.
love my new shoes,
This is my first road bike, and I admit I took a big leap forward with this purchase, but I think the bike is awesome. The frame is stiff and light and after my fitting (Trek of Estero) the bike is very comfortable. The bike handles great and feels fast (although I don't yet have the engine required to make this machine really perform).
Great training shoe, have done me quite well for the 3,000 miles I've been using this model. I also only run in Saucony pretty much exclusively.
Great first bike. I have 1 ride under my belt with it and it was a blast. can;t wait to get back on it in the spring and really work it.
An outstanding value, and a great addition to my kit. I train with these whenever it calls for fins.
One of the best race number belt designs I've seen.
I love this bike.
These are great shoes that come from a company that truly cares about its customers. The shoes fit like a glove yet feel as comfortable as a sock. I do not even where socks with the shoes. All around great Triathlon bike shoe!
After several bad performances where I just lost focus, and suffered through. I decided to do some research and find product(s) that works. I've found it with Hammer Nutrition. Great taste, good value and AWSOME results.
It took me 3 years to finally settle on the P2SL and by that time, the P2C came out. I deliberated over these 2 bikes, but only briefly. The P2C is flashier but make no mistake, the P2SL is by no means inferior to it in any way. And best of all, for 2008 the P2SL Ultegra model is a world class tribike that can be had for the entry level price of 1750CND.
This product is incredible! I've told more friends about this item then any other bike accessory I've purchased. Great value for the few dollars spent.
Very good bags.
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