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PD J5/F40tt: Bicycle Companies, are you listening?

: Profile Design has just come out with new, and industry leading, front-end products for tri. This is important!

Kanute's Alcatraz Winning Bike and Run Power Files

: Ben Kanute blitzed the hilly Alcatraz bike and run courses on Sunday to win one of triathlon's classic races, contested without a swim leg.

Another doper caught in the net

: Brazilian pro triathlete Ariane Monticeli tested positive for EPO a day before the IRONMAN 70.3 Buenos Aires on March 12, 2017. Monticeli admitted that she used EPO for that race, but insists that it ...

BWR, AllRoad, and the Next Big Thing

: Strip away the hype, the marketing, even the competitive element. Does the Thing (that you’re hoping is Big) solve a problem?

Viking Life Tour of St. George

: The latest episode of Viking Life finds Eric Lagerstrom trading in his touring van for a motorhome.

There is a new Kona bike sheriff named Boris

: German Boris Stein recorded the fastest bike split at the 2016 IRONMAN World Championships in Kona, Hawaii and we had a chat with this man who ended up in 7th place on that day.

When tragedy strikes more than once

: German professional triathlete Julia Viellehner died yesterday after she was hit by a truck during a training ride a week earlier. But this is sadly not the first devastating news for this active ...

Mid-Season Tune for Heather Jackson

: Loved the new position... comfortable all day... able to hold and or exceed target power... [a] bit higher cadence... [will] move to 165mm.

Cobb Fifty-Five. Finding Comfort Just Off The Front.

: The Cobb Fifty-Five was the first of Cobb JOF (Just Off the Front) line of saddles and also his first noseless saddle under the Cobb name, building on his thought process during his previous tenure ...

Dr. Dash. Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love My Saddle.

: I thought the Dash would be an interesting saddle, but I didn't expect to love it. It turned out to be overall the most comfortable saddle I've ever used.

Matt Russell's Diamondback Andean

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

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.

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...

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.

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.

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?

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.
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