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Very few brands sell pro-level apparel to the public. One is Louis Garneau; their Course lineup is very impressive, and we're reviewing their Course Skin and Course Tri suits.
Birzman's innovative "Snap-it" connector makes their innovative floor and frame pumps a step ahead of the competitors. Here's our in-depth review.
Three years after the release of the original suspension-based trainer, Kinetic has completely revamped and reintroduced their flagship indoor ride.
As if the new Speed Concept wasn't cool enough on its own, Trek has developed additional parts that provide some really nice customization options.
These little rubber grommets can seal up your unused bottle bosses, and save weight versus standard bolts.
Adding to their hugely successful initial product, Fix It Sticks is adding a replaceable-bit edition, made of stainless steel.
Enjoy this short and sweet review of two lovely pairs of shades from an industry fixture.
The number of legitimate hydration options for triathletes has exploded in the last 2 years or so, so much that it's become ripe for a real survey-type article. This is our 2014 BTA Hydration Shootout.
Tim Don is one of the most decorated athletes in the sport of triathlon. Here's his Specialized Shiv, finished up with a little love from TriRig.
Transitions are sometimes called the fourth sport of triathlon, and like anything else, perfecting them just takes a little practice and, of course, the careful application of the right gear.
Perhaps the biggest surprise of the past year was Trek's launch of a completely new, insanely-improved Speed Concept. Here's our in-depth review of the baddest superbike in town.
Jet Black's Z1 is a high-end fluid trainer that attempts to be quieter than anything else on the market. How does it work? Check out our full review.