Matt Russell's Diamondback Andean

: A closer look at American Pro Triathlete Matt Russell's Diamondback Andean.

QR PR6: For Want of a Stem

: For want of a nail the shoe was lost. For want of a stem a superbike was, well, not lost exactly, but...

Superb IM 70.3 St. George images

: Upcoming talented shooter Talbot Cox captured great images during the stacked 2017 IRONMAN 70.3 St. George North American Championships, so come on in and enjoy.

Inside Ben Kanute's St. George Training Camp

: US Olympian Ben Kanute traveled to San Diego to train with his coach, Jim Vance, before the St. George 70.3 North American Championships. Here are some highlights of what happened at the camp and how ...

Don Park, Cobb Cycling's New Owner

: John Cobb sold Cobb Cycling to Don Park, who has earned his own palmarès earned in the world of business. John remains aboard.

Small-wheel Bikes: Let’s Get Down To It

: Riders shorter than 5'5" who have experience riding both wheel sizes are twice as likely to prefer road or tri bike wheels made 650c wheels.

The Secret Weapon of Superstar Fitters: HX

: I’m going to talk about the most important and underappreciated metric in bike fitting. It's the metric too many fitters ignore during a fit session.

Meet Don Davis of the SOS Triathlon

: Don Davis is the man behind the Survival of the Shawangunks Triathlon, a unique event with multiple swim and run transitions in a stunning area of NY state.

Cobb SHC. Minimalist Yet Functional.

: The Cobb SHC is a very narrow, low-profile saddle with a flat contour and a small but functional cutout.

The Saddles You Are Choosing

: What saddles do people prefer on their tri bikes, when given a real opportunity to try them, and then to choose?

A new sweet blue Canyon for Patrick Lange

: Patrick Lange recently got a brand new custom painted Canyon Speedmax CF SLX, but there is more to this fine super bike than just fresh paint.

On the podium despite the duct tape

: American Pro Jesse Thomas finished second at IRONMAN 70.3 Peru despite having to be duct taped into his race suit in T1. We had chat with him about this incident and much more.

The Nine Hour Per Week Ironman Training Experiment

: Inspired by former age group world champion Sami Inkinen's 12-hour per week Ironman training plan, one Slowtwitcher staffer experimented with less.

Dimond and Jordan Rapp in Public Feud

: Ruster Sports, LLC, has sued professional athlete Jordan Rapp for breaching his personal services contract.

Time To Get Dirty

: Jon Schafer explains why you really should be riding your mountain bike right now.

How My Bike Position Evolved

: Looking at photos of Gail Gottfried's bike position reminds one of the "Descent of Man" posters. Here are the pics and the story.

Brownlees Aboard Scott Thru 2020

: Both brothers signal they will ride Scott's Foil for OIympic-style racing and the Plasma for no-draft racing. Syncros also a part of the deal.

Having Fun with The Wurteles

: After reshuffling his early season plans, Eric Lagerstrom sells his beloved van, buys a motorhome and pitstops in St. George, Utah to visit Team Wurtele.

An independent aero super bike test

: Slowtwitch forum member Kiley Austin-Young crowd raised money to test various super bikes in the A2 Wind Tunnel with AeroCamp mavens Heath Dotson and Brian Stover.

Kienle opts for a SCOTT Foil in Cannes

: The 2014 IRONMAN World Champion Sebastian Kienle will race the Cannes International Triathlon this weekend and the fast German has opted to tackle the hilly 100km course on a SCOTT Foil.

A No Fluff Approach to Ironman Bike Training

: Crunched for time but still want to eek out performance gains on the bike? We've put TrainerRoad's low volume, high intensity Full Distance Triathlon program to the test.

The Bike Market's Gaping Blind Spot

: Equal prize money, equal Kona slots, equal access. But equality in technical access? Not even close, and both genders are to blame.
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