Beginner Triathlete - Bike Tech articles

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photoTriathletes need to maintain their steed for consistent training
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photoHint: It's not a one-person job
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photoShifting on hills can be challenging. Here's some advice.
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photoYour bike costs a lot to replace. Don't let it get rusty.
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photoHow to Prevent (and Change) Flat Tires
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photoYou're Ready...Is Your Bike? Common problems that ruin race day:
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photoEven if you can't change a flat, carry these items:
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photoHow to keep your bike in good health
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photoBike maintenance chores to do daily, weekly, monthly and annually
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photoKeeping your bike from being damaged on the trainer
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photoWould it be a simple and advisable to swap back and forth between the road seat post with no aero bars and the tri seat post with aero bars?
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photo How is it that fitters who use the same systems come up with different fits for the same person? I want to be comfortable first, faster second, and more aero third.
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photoDoes a degree or two difference between two frames(head and/or seat tube) really make that much of a difference when it comes to fit?
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photoWe are often asked the question, "What size frame should I buy" and the answer is “it depends”. I know that’s not the answer you want to hear, but hopefully the following will shed some more light.
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photoI'm not sure if one of these models is better, both are from 2009 aluminum/carbon combinations. I realize this is a difficult question but any thoughts as which bike is better for a woman?
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