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Many readers have asked us about the compatibility of our Alpha X bars with the Felt IA bike. Yes, it fits like a glove, for both the new IAx and original IA frames!
Disc covers are a nice alternative for athletes who don't want to buy a dedicated wheel. Here's our review of Catalyst's offering.
The Specialized S-Works TT is a new version of the McLaren TT helmet they announced in 2012. The S-Works TT is easier to purchase, Snell / CPSC certified allowing it to be used in more competitions, and offers several new features. In our review, we discuss this helmet in depth, and share our opinion of it.
The new 25mm flat-walled disc from Dash clocks in at a scant 810, providing superlative aerodynamics at an ultra-low weight.
As always, we've got a monster gallery of images from the Ironman World Championships, chock full of cutting edge gear to gawk at.
The Concept Speedmax is easily Canyon's slickest tri bike to date, and it's definitely a head-turner. Here's our take on the new rig, ridden by race favorite Jan Frodeno.
As we head into race day, here are some of the sights and scenes we encountered around the Ironman Village expo at the 2015 Ironman Hawaii World Championships.
Completely revamped from a year ago, the new Legend prototype is a no-chainstay, disc-enabled frame which Culprit aims to launch via a Kickstarter campaign.
With polarizing aesthetics and a very interesting aero story, the new Ventum One is certainly turning heads. Here's our complete rundown of the new machine.
We caught up with Rinny out on the Queen K and took a quick look at her custom Felt IA. It's similar to last year's rig, with a couple important changes.
Last year's 2nd place finisher gives us his perspective on this year's race, and a close look at his snazzy race rig.
The new and long awaited for is ultra wide, hides cables, and cleans up the front end, at a $1200 upgrade cost. Here are all the details.
The new LOOK 796 Monoblade is a seriously narrow bike, sure to put up amazing low-yaw drag numbers in the wind tunnel. Here's our first impression.
We've been conducting a long-term review of the Quarq Elsa R and the Power2Max Type S. Here's our report.
The new Argon18 E119 is perhaps the most exciting new bike to come out this year. Here are all the ins and outs of the new machine.
As always, a plethora of new gear awaited us at Interbike 2015. Here's our take of interesting gear from the showroom floor.
Pinarello had Sir Bradley's record-setting Pinarello Bolide on display, and we think the ultra-custom bike is worthy of some individual attention.
Dynovelo is a small new startup that has been developing their spindle-based power meter, under the radar, for the last eight years. And now they're ready to launch.
Possibly my favorite thing from Interbike was an incredibly smart and innovative new saddle - and I almost walked right past it.