Beginner Triathlete - Bike articles

author : FitWerx
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photoChoosing a groupset for your next bike? This article offers a detailed comparison of the differences between the Shimano 105 and Ultegra groupsets.
author : marmadaddy
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photoKelly Williamson, pro triathlete, reviews her Quintana Roo CD0.1 carbon bike.
author : sportfactory
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photoWhen shopping for triathlon bike aerobars, considerations range from adjustability, comfort, aerodynamics, weight, and of course, price.
author : marmadaddy
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photoShould you make the switch from your current aluminum framed bike to a carbon bike frame?
author : Coach AJ
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photoLooking to rent or try-before-you-buy race wheels for your next triathlon? Coach AJ checks out the service at RaceDay Wheels.
author : FitWerx
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photoThis video will go through everything you need to know to change your flat tire. See one being changed in about a minute - no reason to lose a lot of time on race day if you practiced.
author : Coach AJ
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photoCoach AJ reviews the Blue FS Carbon mountain bike. A lightweight bike perfect for racing XTERRA triathlons.
author : FitWerx
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photoA review of the Shimano 105 vesus SRAM Rival Time Trial component group differences.
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photoThe no-excuses guide to riding outdoors in snow, wind, ice and darkness. Bring it on!
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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.
author : FitWerx
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photoAre you a beginner triathlete? This video will compare triathlon bikes and road bikes to help you figure out what is best for you as you begin your triathlon training.
author : FitWerx
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photoThe correct cleat orientation and float for a rider is dependent on their individual foot, pedaling mechanics, and cleat position.
author : CobbCycling
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photoIn this article, we are going to explore air movements over and around the front end of a bike and rider. We will examine how air affects these frontal areas.
author : FitWerx
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photoA power meter is the single best training tool you can invest in. The power meter is to cycling today what the Heart Rate Monitor was in the 1990s. Read more for all of the advantages.
author : Ontherun
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photoOntherun reviews the basics of CO2 inflation systems along with a few of his favorite devices and how to use them including the XLAB NanoInflator and the SecondWind Road and MTB CO2 Inflators.
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