Lightweight, breathable, bombproof socks for the trail, road, and everything in between. Darn Tough is back with a stellar new lineup in 2021.
Ironman 70.3 California draws athletes of all ability levels from across the country, and triathlon product makers use the opportunity to show off their new gear.
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.
Triathlete magazine Senior Tech Editor Aaron Hersh has worked with the top professionals in the sport, and now he’s putting his knowledge to work for you with his new, exclusive to Triathlete.com, “Ask Aaron” column.
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.
Let’s be honest: there’s no shortage of flowery, girly triathlon apparel out there. Even if you typically prefer to blend in with the guys (this editor included), your acceptable opportunity to go pink overboard is Valentine’s Day. Go girl it up with one of these products.
Triathlete gear editor Aaron Hersh spent the day roaming the Endurance LIVE Consumer Show floor to find the latest and greatest gear of 2011. Here are his top 11 picks, in no particular order, for best gear offerings of 2011.
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.
Just getting to the starting line of a triathlon is costly. The entry fees, gym membership, bike gear, running shoes and even the basic supplies are expensive while top-of-the-line gear can cost as much as a car. But there are ways to save time on the race course without maxing out the credit card.
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.
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.
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