Motivation starting to take a hit? Get back on track—any track—with one of these creative (and fun!) goal-setting apps.
If you live in a place with chilly temps, unpredictable weather, snow, and/or ice, there are a few things that will make your winter miles more comfortable and more productive.
This simple 5–10-minute routine will help prime your muscles for your best swim workout yet.
Pro triathletes set to race in virtual race against top cyclists in an effort to live out the American Dream: make money without leaving your living room.
This week we talk to coach Jim Vance about smartwatches, running with power, how to set up your watch, and some of this year's best smartwatch models.
We look at a wide range of the best bike trainers from entry-level to deluxe, rate them, and then check out some new accessories to make the indoors feel more like outside.
Wire-haters rejoice as approved patents reveal wireless Shimano Dura-Ace 12-speed setups for both road and tri.
Whether you’re tackling some super technical runs with lots of vert or snow or bagging epic hikes, you need a good pair of poles.
Will this be the decade we see the French ITU squad take over as the most dominant men’s team in the sport?
Pro triathletes Eric Lagerstrom and Paula Findlay have made the most of a tough year.
The co-founder of ÖTILLÖ Swimrun has come up with unique solutions to new problems throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
This week we talk to bike shop owner and master fitter Jon Blyer about three new tri bikes, UCI rules, and what it's like owning a business during the pandemic.
What do you get when you mix mysterious wealthy Nazi sympathizers, an abandoned utopian nightmare, and some of the most expensive real estate in the country? A spooky story that could only exist in L.A.
We help break down the alphabet soup of helmet certifications.
With a ton of new smartwatches popping up this year, triathletes are able to get more for less. We break down what to get (and what to avoid) in training and lifestyle smartwatches.
The second week in October has traditionally been triathlon’s unofficial Interbike, but there’s more behind the missing gear than just an event cancellation.
The third episode of our new gear podcast takes us underwater for a look at some very clever swim tech and an inside peek at the mind of OnCourse goggles' inventor, Peter Monahan.
As racing slowly sputters back to a start this fall, pro triathletes are forming last-minute, ad hoc fields at small races like the Bear Lake Brawl—the first prize purse on U.S. soil since the beginning of the pandemic.
We pit two nearly pocket-sized percussive massagers against each other too see who vibes best.
Value reigns supreme—as always—with Canyon’s high-end race-ready carbon beast. The Speedmax CF SLX 8.0 SL might be a mouthful, but it’ll get you to T2 ready to run.
With one of the first major-branded multisport events taking place a couple of weeks ago at Ötillö’s Swimrun Engadin, we talk to Ötillö’s founder Michael Lemmel to get a glimpse into our pandemic triathlon future.
Not all long runs start and end the same—we look at the best running clothes and accessories for unpredictable summer adventures at any altitude.
We put in the miles and dig deep to see if Polar’s new Grit X is a good choice for triathletes.
The days of max cushioning socks for triathletes are gone, may the best ultralight sock win!
What the heck are tubeless tires anyway? We break down tubeless for triathletes A to Z and give a few of our tire and accessory picks.
It’s a brave new world, and as pools reopen and open water becomes a little less like a polar challenge, there are a few key pieces of gear you’ll need to help you get back in the water.
We take a look at some of the best running shirts for the summer when the heat and humidity start to rise.
Virtual racing is one of the best options for triathletes this year looking to compete against others or themselves. We give tips and break down the gear you need to succeed (virtually).
A spike in cases across Texas causes Ironman to pull the plug on this Sunday’s scheduled event at the last minute.
With safeguards in place, roughly 1,000 participants are registered to race on June 28—despite a sharp rise in COVID-19 cases in both Texas and locally in Lubbock.
More carbon for less cash in this battle between three budget aftermarket hoops. Where should you slap down your well-earned cash? We’ll tell you.
The Archer D1x Trail wireless shifting system is made for MTB, but adventurous triathletes could use it to upgrade their existing rear shifter for less.