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Looking for a step-by-step guide to packing your bike for a flight? We've got just the ticket with this comprehensive guide from a well-traveled pro.
Got a little voice in your head wondering just how far you can ride your bike? Listen to it. Triathlete-turned-adventure cyclist Erick Cedeño shares his tales from the road.
This Utah mountain town is a popular winter getaway spot, but a dream triathlon destination year-round.
These southwest desert destinations mix optimal training grounds with plenty of cushy amenities for post-workout pampering.
Break out of your tri bubble with the first-ever age-group mixed relay world championships, hosted in a beautiful Bermudan beach setting.
Registered for a 2021 destination race? Being a well-informed traveler matters now more than ever.
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In which we elucidate multisport terms that might boggle Google Translate.
Central and South America are calling with pristine beaches, epic rides, and cultural experiences that will leave you fitter and smarter than when you left—all without breaking the bank.
A tri-focused trip to a vineyard during harvest season is the late-season treat your body needs.
How to safely travel with medications so you land at your race destination—not in jail.
Take your love of open-water swimming to the next level with a guided swim adventure.
Destination racing just became more affordable.
Scoring an airline upgrade—be it through credit card points, status, or cold hard cash—may mean arriving rested and ready at your goal race.
Fly stress-free, knowing your bike is stowed safely below.
Idyllic locales? Check. Drool-worthy meals? Check. Elevate your swim-bike-run experience with the perfect pairing of sweat and satiety.
Train, race, and maintain your sanity with our tips on how to keep fit and focused (while having family fun) on the road.
Keep your nutrition on track when racing away from home.
With a wealth of alternative lodging options, today’s travelers are only limited by their imagination (and tolerance for adventure).
This writer has traveled to more than 30 countries to compete in triathlons, marathons, ultra-distance trail races, and adventure races.
Epic landscapes? Check. Killer terrain? Check. Way too cold to tri in the winter? Yep.
Up the fun factor of your next traincation by combining history, sightseeing, and the core-blasting workout that is belly laughing.
There are some extraordinary places where you can lay down a brick workout in the shadow of a gorgeous pile of Gothic bricks.
Check these five key components to ensure your ride is fully race ready.
It was on the tiny island of Bermuda that Flora Duffy first learned to swim, bike, and run.
Here’s why, how and where you should pitch a tent for your next triathlon outing.
Consider a different kind of “pain train”—rally your training buddies and pedal to a destination station, then ride the rails back home.
Ditch the overpriced hotel chains.
Gotta fly or drive after your race? You can do more than throw on compression socks and hope for the best.