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Triathlon's premier boutique saddle maker is shaking things up big time, introducing versions of their insanely-cool products that clock in at $299, their lowest price ever.
Although we usually don't delve into recovery implements, the high-tech gadgetry of NormaTec was too cool to resist. Here's our review of the NormaTec MVP system.
Too many athletes settle for sub-par pump performance. Today, we delve deep into this oft-ignored subject, comparing the best pump heads.
Just in time for Ironman Arizona, we tricked out the Blue Triad SL belonging to Paul Matthews - check out all the details inside.
Andrew takes a close look at some of Specialized's newer aero accessories.
This is the best saddle ISM has ever made, and probably the best first-stop on anyone's personal quest for a comfortable tri seat.
The Falco V is one of the most radical new offerings on the market. The beam is back!
The biggest race of the year went off with a bang. Here's our HUGE gallery of race day bike photos.
One last rig to feature before race day -- the Aussie champ known as Barny is looking lean, mean, and ready to race. Check out the video interview and gallery.
The big dance is about to begin! Here are some more shots from the Ironman Village expo.
Double Dimonds! Following our look at Miak Twelsiek's bike, we look at the machine from the man who founded the company, Ironman champion TJ Tollakson.
Maik Twelsiek, Ironman champ and former Scott athlete, is now riding on the radical Dimond beam bike. Here's a close-up look at his rig.
Diamondback is brand new to the tri scene, but their first offering is pretty interesting. Here's our in-depth look.
As usual, there's plenty of interesting gear to go around the IM expo, including a couple VERY cool new bits of kit we saw on the island.
The 2015 Cannondale Slice aims to revitalize the brand's triathlon segment, but seems to miss the mark in some pretty important ways.
2012 World Champion Leanda Cave is back and ready for action on her new custom-painted Canyon bike.
We caught up with Ironman champions Marino Vanhoenacker and Jodie Swallow, as well as Plasma 5 designer Simon Smart, for interviews about this new bike.
We get up close and personal with the defending World Champion's chosen rig.
T.O. is one of America's best triathlon talents, and his rig is similarly top-notch. Here's our look at his custom-painted Speed Concept.
Although Kona is not a desert, you can still see a mirage on occasion. We spotted several athletes on the Queen K who made us do a double-take.