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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.
Aftermarket skewers are a hugely popular upgrade among the weight weenie crowd. But what many triathletes don't realize is that they can be a great aero upgrade as well.
It's time to have a serious talk about pedals. We're going to review a wide variety of pedal types, as well as talk at length about fixed vs float.
TriRig's full, in-depth review of Zipp's entire tri lineup, including the 303, 404, and 808 Firecrest wheels, + the Super-9 disc. Athletes can now choose their weapon with unprecedented precision.
What happens when the top offerings from BMC, Specialized, Blue, Trek, and Felt go head-to-head? Let's find out.
There's plenty of talk about which extension is the best one. But that question doesn't have a simple answer. Here's our detailed take on the matter.
There have been a lot of newcomers to the fast/stretchy laces game. We looked at three of them in a no-holds-barred shootout.
John Cobb has combined great saddle design with an awesome business model to let you try them all to find the right one for you.
Oakley has a lot of great options for tri. We took a close look at four models to see how they stack up.
Oakley offers a wide variety of different lens tints. Which one should you get?