While training with power on the bike isn’t a new phenomenon, the affordability of power meters in recent years has led to more and more athletes watt-ing up. Here's everything you need to know about training with power and the best power meters for triathlon.
They're not just beginner tri bikes—we look at nine of the top tri-specific rigs in 2022 for under $4,000.
Not looking to spend as much on your smartwatch as you would on a laptop? The good news is that the Suunto 5 Peak and the Garmin Instinct 2 have everything a triathlete might need for under $400. But which watch wins?
Our advice on what can be the most overwhelming part of your first triathlon: the clothing.
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Quintana Roo’s HYDROsix2 ditches men’s and women’s sizings for 14 genderless options. Here's what works and what doesn’t.
In the last 15 years, the school of thought for bike tire pressure has basically been flipped on its head.
The new Garmin Instinct 2 line could also be pound-for-pound one of the best multisport watches released so far this year. Read why.