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The metrics-heavy Elite Justo won't be on the market in the USA until 2023, but we got our hands (er, bike) on this much-hyped trainer for an in-depth review.
We've tested a wide range of the newest and best bike trainers from entry-level to deluxe and rate them on a nine point system that includes everything from value to calibration to build quality and measured loudness.
Physics rules the highly-specialized tri bikes, from the seatpost and frame to the way a rider sits on it.
We take a look at the bikes ridden by the five fastest cyclists in the women's and men's pro races at the 70.3 World Championships in St. George.
With a bike split of 6:57:22 and an overall finishing time of 13:19:38, Audrey Maheu accomplished what she set out to do in Kona: prove that it’s possible to be fast and have fun.
We take a look at the bikes ridden by the top ten fastest pro cyclists at this year’s world championships.
A few surprises highlight the combined Hawaii Ironman World Championship 2022 Kona bike count data from days one and two, as well as pro men's bike count data—including frames, wheels, saddles, components, and more. UPDATED: Hydration.
Tomorrow, they race. But today, we ooh and ahh over their bikes.
Germany's Patrick Lange has some unfinished business out on the Queen K this year, after a disappointing DNF in 2019. We take a look at the setup and spec he'll be using in Kona this week.
Cam Wurf is best known for his blazing-fast bike splits and the way he can affect a pro Ironman field. We dig into the Pinarello Bolide that he'll be racing this week in Kona.
Gustav Iden is making his debut at Ironman World Championships this week—we look at his unique ride, dotted with custom flourishes.
Feast upon the bike count data behind the frames, components, aerobars, wheels, and saddles that the 2022 Hawaii Ironman World Championship day one racers are using in Kona this year.
We found the brightest, blingiest, and most meaningful-looking bikes from the best long-course age-group women in the world. (And yes, there's a fat tire bike with aerobars and a basket.)
Kristian Blummenfelt's bike of choice may be unconventional, but it does the job. Pictured with his disc-wheel training setup, find detailed pics and specs on his Kona race-day rig in our gallery.
A recent victory at the World Triathlon Long Course World Championships proves that Lucy Charles-Barclay is ready to race, and we'll take a close look at the prototype Cube Aerium C:68X that'll help send her through the lava fields of the Queen K.
Parcours' latest disc wheel is optimized for wide, 28mm tires, and comes in well under $1,600 for the pair. But how does it perform?
With a win at IM Des Moines in June and a top-15 finish at this year’s IMWC in St. George, Matt Hanson looks to pilot his QR to a big result on the Big Island. We look at the minute details on his setup.
After three wins this year, Germany’s Laura Philipp is aiming her sleek Canyon toward the Queen K. We take a look at her setup.
Your tires actually play a surprising role in how fast you ride, and what you think you know about rolling resistance is probably wrong.
Beefiness is the name of the game when it comes to the latest wide rim offering from Hunt.
We review the newest carbon triathlon wheels and compare them with an exhaustive five-point rating system along with specs, takeaways, and our hand-on testing notes.
You like free watts and saving money, right? What if there was a magic way to do both at the same time? There is; we’ll show you how and what to get to do it right.
Zwift releases their first piece of indoor training hardware with the new Hub smart trainer. We take an early look at their budget direct-drive offering.
Announcers picked up on a strange new piece of headwear from Specialized, but what is the mysterious head sock, and what does it do?
We break down the when, where, and why you should be using a particular wheel—because it’s not as simple as you’d think.
It’s a not-so-well-hidden secret that bike mechanics head for the break room when triathletes come into the shop. But why? And what can you do about it?
While QR doesn’t exactly change the rulebook with their new affordably priced, X-PR, they do bring a high-end design and cool customization to the masses.
Astronautical engineer and author Jim Gourley looks at the aerodynamic consequences of choosing clip-on aerobars over a dedicated triathlon bike.
For Shimano lovers, electronic shifting used to mean a pretty substantial investment. Today Shimano announces a budget, semi-wireless 12-speed Di2 system. But will it work for triathletes?
Ever wanted to have eyes on the back of your head while riding? TriEye cycling sunglasses offer just that—and we're surprised with how well it works.
Why is the top tube missing? Why is the seatstay shaped that way? What is happening with the fork? Does it weigh a ton?
We break down the different types of tires, what you should look for in a training or race-day tire, and give a quick list of some choice picks.
Colnago's first time trial bike with disc brakes is complete with a bayonet-style fork, integrated base bars, and some super-slick Euro lines.
The popular cycling rear-detection radar system from Garmin gets a big upgrade with video.
For triathletes looking to maximize their bike training, a power meter is essential. We look at the best options.
A deep look at the differences (and similarities) between Cam Wurf's triathlon and WorldTour time trial setups.
Braden Currie's sleek new Felt IA 2.0 has plenty of customization on an already fully integrated frameset.
We take a deep look at the recent Paris-Roubaix finisher's setup for Ironman World Championships this weekend.
Bike check-in served as the final task before athletes headed home and got one more nervous night of sleep before race morning.
Lionel Sanders is well known for doing damage on the bike. We take a closer look at the machine he'll be hoping to crush 112 miles on tomorrow.
Moench's stunning purple-and-blue pearlescent-painted Trek is one of the most attention grabbing bikes in the pro field. Take a look at what makes the Ironman Chattanooga champion ride so fast.
We take a close look at the Giant Trinity that Norwegian superstar Gustav Iden hopes to ride to victory this weekend.
The young American is renowned for his bike power and prowess. We check out the machine he'll be looking to ride to world championship glory.
Gravel cycling has never been more trendy and the rise of gravel tri means there's plenty for us multisporters to learn. We put two tri-friendly gravel machines to the test.
In only two years, Mathieu Bigaud has made a name for himself by creating custom helmet designs for some of the biggest names in triathlon. You've seen his work—you just didn't know it. Now learn the stories behind some of his favorite designs.
Including the secret to getting your bike to stand up on its own in photos.
Working on your bike is hard. Having the wrong tool makes it worse. We look at the best bike tools that every triathlete should own.
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.
A new $300 add-on to the Tacx Neo ecosystem promises better ride feel on the trainer, but is it enough? Check out our first impressions.
They're not just beginner tri bikes—we look at nine of the top tri-specific rigs in 2022 for under $4,000.
In the last 15 years, the school of thought for bike tire pressure has basically been flipped on its head.
Five ways to buy a bike from Specialized begin on Tuesday, including buying online and having an assembled bike delivered to your door.
In our first in-person installment of the Critique My Fit series, our expert fitter rolls out the red carpet to give one regular triathlete a dream fit for a dream ride.