Riding inside can wreak havoc on your trusty steed. We look at the ways (and things) to keep it safe.
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.
The preseason should be all about getting in base miles, working on establishing training zones, and making sure you don’t overdo it too early. Find out the best heart-rate tools for each.
Learn more about the best workout headphones for smashing the indoor cone of silence this winter season.
With tons of new footwear tech being unveiled in 2023, the editors at Outside Run unearth the shoes and designs that'll shape next season.
Cycling indoors can be made much less horrifying by choosing the best fan for the job. Triathlete's complete guide to indoor cycling fans with our top picks.
You know the feeling: You’ve got X days until your race and you don’t have aerobars/a wetsuit/race wheels/new goggles. We’ll break down what’s worth freaking out about (and what’s not).
Your tires actually play a surprising role in how fast you ride, and what you think you know about rolling resistance is probably wrong.
Experienced triathletes know it’s a good idea to have a small quiver of different swim goggles for different situations. We break down what to wear and when.
There are more options than ever when it comes to keeping hydrated on the run. Don't stress about finding water on your route, carry it with you.
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.
Goggles are goggles, right? Nope. Our guide on what to look for in the best pair of triathlon swim goggles for you.
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.
As temperatures continue to climb and the black line at the bottom of the pool is starting to look a little too familiar, the open water is calling. We look at the best tested gear to do it safely.
You might feel like you need a chemistry degree to shop for safe sun protection, so we help break down what to look for in the best sunscreen for triathletes this summer.
Sleeveless wetsuits are cheaper, less restrictive, and cooler—but when should you wear one and why?
Astronautical engineer and author Jim Gourley looks at the aerodynamic consequences of choosing clip-on aerobars over a dedicated triathlon bike.
Triathletes carry a lot of stuff to a lot of places. Train and race in style with our top picks for the best cars, trucks, and SUVs for triathletes.
You don't have to be screaming in pain after your long wetsuit swim.
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.
Whether you're fueling up for a long run, or (gasp) a long ride, we break down the best hydration vests for 2022.
Just like anything, there are two ways to put on a triathlon wetsuit—the right way and the wrong way. Any pro will tell you that putting on a cheap wetsuit correctly is better than putting on an expensive one the wrong way.
For triathletes looking to maximize their bike training, a power meter is essential. We look at the best options.
We take a look at the newest, hottest gifts for all the tri-moms.
Ready to shave seconds off your transition? Time to consider running sockless in your race-day shoes—check out our list of favorite sockless shoes, updated for 2022.
While 99% of pool workouts are time/distance based, we look at a few alternative options and the gear you’ll need to help make you faster.
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.
Cold feet? Wet feet? We look at 13 of the best shoes in 2022 for getting in those chilly and soggy running miles this spring.
They're not just beginner tri bikes—we look at nine of the top tri-specific rigs in 2022 for under $4,000.
Swimming is hard. These training tools might not make you the best swimmer, but they’ll make you better.
Knowing what to wear, how to wear it, and when to make adjustments while spring running is more of a fine art than science. Fortunately years of getting it right (and wrong) will help us help you.
In the last 15 years, the school of thought for bike tire pressure has basically been flipped on its head.
Two shoe experts weigh in on this season's best trail shoes for this season's worst trails.
These six products pack plenty of dollar punch.
Just get the warmest everything, right? Nope.
All hope is not lost (yet) for getting a good multisport gift for the triathlete you love. We’re here to help.
As we get into the heart of the gift-giving season, we take a look at a handful of affordable gifts for the multisport person in your life.
As the days get shorter, we take a look at what every runner needs to stay safe and seen while trying to get in their fall and winter miles.
Even though winter is coming, it doesn't mean you should go inside. We look at the best wetsuits and accessories for swimming in chilly temps.
The answer is probably “now,” but we break down what to look for, how to keep track, and some good options for replacements this spring.
For a big DIY tri adventure, there are a few pieces of important gear you’ll need. We take a look at what works, what doesn’t, and why you might or might not need it.
It may never be super comfy, but with a few pointers you can achieve a natural, powerful aero stance on your tri bike.
You do the miles, they do the math. We take a look at the best run tracking apps for your smartphone.
We've got an extended review on the tech from Speedland that could eventually have a trickle-down effect into the future of super shoes.
Sure, we all like to brag about our grisly “pain caves” and fear-inducing “she sheds,” but as triathletes who (probably) train too much, sometimes we need a safe space to recover.
We’ve put together a list of summer tri essentials to make sure you’re safe, comfy, and fast as temperatures rise.
The outdoors calling louder than ever. Here are some fantastic options for the multisport athlete looking to do new things on two wheels.
You put in the miles, what should you put on your feet to keep them happy?
The tri season is back, and it's time to outfit dad with some of the coolest multisport gadgets out there.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and we’ve got the gear/advice to help upgrade that special person in your life.
As temperatures begin to thaw, the trails are calling. We look at the dirty bits of kit that’ll make your early spring offroad runs twice as fun.
We take a look at what makes good, basic neoprene and explore what makes the best beginner wetsuit for under $300.
We reviewed six traction devices for snowy trails.
As races slowly start to get the green light, your next race might look absolutely nothing like your last—here’s what you need to know (and have).
Our friends at Podium Runner break down a wide variety of the 15 best new fall running shoes for 2020 — from cushy to responsive and back again!
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.
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).
As we put in more running miles in 2020, it might be time to splurge on some new bottoms. Our experts check out spring 2020’s best men’s and women’s running shorts.
As we start to head outside to ride, there are more cycling safety devices than ever to help keep you safe.
As restrictions begin to lift and temperatures (finally) begin to rise, people will surely hit the roads and bike paths en masse. Avoid the crowds and point your toes off road with the best trail shoes to take you there in spring 2020.
As gyms slowly reopen, you may still not feel comfortable hitting the weight room—do one better and set up that dream gym in your home.
As restrictions begin to tighten around the world, our guide to the best products to help get you through it all—safely and injury-free.
Since you can only do so many hip-stabilizer workouts in a quarantined day, now’s a great time to crack open a good triathlon book.
For triathletes who can’t get to a pool, there are some great options for keeping your previously ripening swim fitness from withering on the vine.
Clean bike? Happy bike. We break down the best products to keep your steed sparkling.
With people thinking more than ever about how to keep clean, we take a look at the best soaps and shampoos to protect swimmers from harsh chemicals.
We look at this season's best lightweight running shoes for maximum response and road feel.
There’s a difference between simply working out inside to burn calories and actually training inside to get better. These indoor training essentials will help.
Warm, dry feet can mean the difference between a killer long run and a week of sickness. Don’t skimp—get the best winter run socks you can.
Unless you came from a swimming background, it’s hard to know which swimsuit is best for triathletes. We can help.
We break down the different types of the best indoor cycling trainers and list some picks.