A heart-rate-based power calculator, a 1,250-gram wheelset with a power meter and a power-comparison website are among the upcoming offerings from Saris, the company behind the popular PowerTap and CycleOps brands.
In today's Ask Aaron, Aaron answers questions about keeping proper bike fit after traveling, the importance of incorporating sports drinks into training and the benefits of bilateral breathing on the swim.
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This week in "Ask Aaron", Aaron answers triathlon gear questions about affordable aerodynamic upgrades, the proper bike fit for the most power and how to choose a GPS device.
Lesley Paterson joined Team Trek/K-Swiss literally days ago. She is spending part of the training camp getting acquainted with her new bike, the Trek Speed Concept 9.9.
Keeping these items nearby will help keep your mileage up and your bike repair expenses down.
Although Specialized’s next-gen tri bike, the Shiv, has stolen some of the Transition’s spotlight, the latter remains a staple in the world of triathlon for good reason.
Team Movistar will be rolling with Campagnolo's prototype electric drivetrain in 2011. VeloNews' Lennard Zinn takes a look.
How does carbon make for a more advanced race wheel? Chrisopher Kautz explores this topic.
Triathlete magazine senior editor Aaron Hersh tested 9 different value-oriented bikes for the November issue. These three carbon triathlon bikes—Felt B14, Orbea Ordu SLT, Cervelo P2—were put through the paces.
Look through the images of some of the top pros' bikes and then tell us, what pro bike do you most envy?
Some pundits say Chrissie Wellington is unbeatable. She has started nine Ironmans and won all nine. There is no doubt that the three-time defending champ is the favorite, but Mirinda Carfrae may be poised to offer the first credible threat to Wellington’s dominance since Chrissie won Kona for the first time in 2007.
As recently as last June, Yvonne Van Vlerken was thought to be the biggest threat to Chrissie Wellington. The Dutch triathlete held the Ironman world record (8:45) and a lethal bike/run combination from her days as a world champion duathlete. YVV wasn’t able to seriously threaten Wellington that year, but her horsepower makes her a serious threat this weekend.
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We caught up with Trek/K-Swiss team member Fraser Cartmell of Scotland as he took on the Queen K in a training ride preparing for Saturday's Ironman World Championship.
The team from QR unveiled its project bike, Project Illicito, at this week's Interbike trade show in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Bike manufacturer Quintana Roo unveiled its Project Illicito frameset this week at Interbike. One of QR’s five current projects in development, Illicito showcased some innovative new features, such as only one seat stay.
Rolf Prima is expanding its wheel offering for triathletes with the new TT85s. We talked to Rolf Prima's Brooke Bauer about the unique paired spoke lacing pattern of the wheels, which will be available in November of this year.
We caught up with Guru’s Industrial Design Specialist Michael McGinn to learn about the all-new Guru CR 501. The CR 501 offers the consumers the opportunity to purchase a fully customizable triathlon bike at a lower price point.