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.
This is far more than your standard foam roller—for better and worse.
Boasting an entire virtual training environment, Wahoo’s new SYSTM may be the new Sufferfest, but can it be everything to everyone?
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.
Imagine the equivalent of a smartphone or even a computer screen in front of your eyes as you swim. But is it all it’s cracked up to be?
Four years since its original introduction, Wahoo’s Elemnt Bolt gets updated with many of the key features riders sought after in the more expensive Elemnt Roam. We test and review (and stumble with) the new device.
The indoor trainer and cycling computer brand that has been a longtime favorite of triathletes is branching out with its first smartwatch, but does it stand up in a crowded market?
Indoor aficionados rejoice! Italian brand Magnetic Days has a trainer that is as quiet as it is extremely expensive.
This do-it-all system is not only versatile, but well-thought out and works with plenty of setups. Here, we dig into Profile’s front-mount system.
We review these popular compression boots to see if they really do make all the difference to your recovery.
Being able to analyze your real-time blood glucose as you eat and train could have huge implications on your diet—all you have to do is inject a filament into your arm every two weeks.
We look at a very low-key, fashion-forward backpack with some sneaky workout features that stealthy triathletes will love.
Want to include a healthier stocking stuffer this year? Here's our pick.
A close-up look at one of our favorite bottles—an ideal gift for the holidays.
Whether you’re tackling some super technical runs with lots of vert or snow or bagging epic hikes, you need a good pair of poles.
Safety comes first with this kit from Sweden’s POC.
Always wanted to try a Wyn Republic kit but haven't pulled the trigger? We give it a thorough review.
We look at a hot-weather slaying kit that requires a lot of special care.
These subtle kits are produced in California.
We look at a kit for women from Canadian company 7Mesh.
This brand makes cycling kits for women only.
We look at the latest kit from high-end European brand Assos.
These kits are among the most affordable we tested—how do they stack up?
We check out a snug-fitting kit that works well for long days in the saddle.
We look at a budget-conscious kit that’ll save you a few bucks before you upgrade and a killer take on pocketed bibs.
We dig into an excellent summer kit from a well-trusted brand.