Rolling resistance tests have proven clinchers to be comparable to their tubular relatives.
Will disc brakes be a momentous advancement for road and tri bikes or are they doomed for the dumpster?
Both of these new race-ready tri shoes are designed to help you hurry out of T1. We road tested them to help identify which one is best for you.
Specialized’s Roval wheel line is taking a jump ahead of some of its competitors.
Specialized’s new S-Works+McLaren TT helmet made its professional debut on Saturday in the Tour de France’s prologue.
Get the first look at all-new triathlon bar-end shifters and brake levers that bring Campy EPS to the transition area.
Jesse Thomas won the Wildflower Long Course Triathlon for the second year in a row. Get a look at his race-winning ride.
Angela Naeth came to the San Diego Low Speed Wind Tunnel with the Pearl Izumi Tri Team to have her position, apparel and equipment tested.
The young phenom recently made the trip to Boulder to be fit by the originator of Specialized’s Body Geometry fit philosophy.
The custom-painted helmet, provided by Alexander’s sponsor Road ID, sports several unique design details.
Linsey Corbin visited Boulder, Colo. with her new Trek Speed Concept to receive a bike fit from the Mat Steinmetz at Retul.
Cervélo teamed up with Magura to create a hydraulic rim brake specifically for the P5, and the brakes are compatible with any tri bike.
Inside Triathlon magazine offered four detailed bike reviews over the past year.
A detailed review of the 2011 Felt DA.
Not only are the Slice 5 ($2,149) and the Lucero ($2,650) similarly priced all-carbon tri bikes, but they also have nearly the same geometry. We performed a side-by-side analysis to find what differentiates these two similar-fitting rides.
A look at Chris Lieto's race bike for the 2011 Ironman World Championship.