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Product reviews

Our experiences and opinions after testing the newest triathlon products out there.

Brooks Levitate

This is a high mileage shoe that is eager to run any distance!  The Levitate’s technology provides excellent cushion, and quickly returns energy for the next stride.The interior of the shoe feels like a custom fit. The 3D Fit Print and FitKnit upper comfortably accommodates your foot as it moves and expands. The Arrow Point sole is designed for flexibility, durability and traction. Who is it for: Perfect for serious runners that like training and racing in a...

  • RP Recovery System by Recovery Pump®

    , , April 8, 2015

    What runner, cyclist or triathlete doesn’t like a post race leg massage? The massage often produces immediate pain relief but more importantly, it reduces longer term muscle stiffness and fatigue which will allow the athlete to resume intense exercise... (read more)
  • Koala Bottle System & GelBot

    May 3, 2013

    I’m not picky when it comes to water bottles, give me a 24 oz wide mouth bottle and I’m happy. All that I ask is that I can easily squeeze liquid out without the top popping off and dousing... (read more)
  • Specialized & Blackburn Air Pumps

    , November 5, 2012

    Specialized Air Tool Sport Floor Pump Blackburn Air Tower 3 Floor Pump Practically every household that includes a cyclist or triathlete has a floor pump sitting in the garage.  As we all know, air leaks out slowly from bike... (read more)
  • XTENX Shoe Laces

    , November 5, 2012

    The first thing you’ll notice about the XTENEX laces are the distinctive bumps or knots that run the entire length of each lace.  These knots are what hold the lace in your preferred tension or tightness, prevents lace unwanted... (read more)
  • HED Lollipop

    , December 17, 2009

    Fifteen years ago, long before aero water bottles and behind-the-saddle carbon cage mounts were prevalent; there were handlebar mounted water bottle cages. These were simple alloy supports that allowed us to place a conventional water bottle vertically in front... (read more)
  • HED Black Dog Aerobars

    , December 17, 2009

    A common misconception about handlebar/aerobar combinations for TT and Triathlons is that integrated ones are always lighter. That is not the case. Most integrated systems on the market, including some popular and high priced ones, weigh about the same... (read more)
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