Beginner Triathlete - Gear articles

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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photoHint: It's not a one-person job
author : JeffY
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photoJeffY reviews this rear water bottle carrier on a variety of saddles.
author : hoffsquared
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photoAfter three triathlon seasons, I finally decided that I wanted to actually see well during the swim portion. My vision is not so great. I had to find better goggles.
author : alicefoeller
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photoFirst in a series of three articles about the basics, the niceties and the luxuries
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 : Team BT
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photoKeeping your bike from being damaged on the trainer
author : GaryRM
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photoIs it worth paying the extra money for a pricier helmet? We review the Rudy Project Windmax helmet to answer just this question.
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 : FitWerx
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photoHow should I be shifting gears on the front chainring and the rear cogs to cope with hills?
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photoWhat would the uninitiated make of all of our gear?
author : GaryRM
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photoThe TYR Crossblade’s are a great set of fins for the swimmer who is looking for a training fin for longer duration sets.
author : b2run
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photoThis is an article with lots of great information about running in temperatures from 0 C to - 30 C.
author : Team BT
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photoYou're Ready...Is Your Bike? Common problems that ruin race day:
author : Team BT
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photoHow to keep your bike in good health
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