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The Colting SR02 Swimrun wetsuit

: In addition to regular triathlon and open water wetsuits the Colting brand also offers Swimrun specific suits and related gear. Markus Rössel recently had the chance to examine the company’s ...

361° Running Sensation 2

: It's like the Asics GT2000. But more cushioned, more springy, and much more flexible in the forefoot.

The Orange Crush of Timo Bracht

: Timo Bracht closed out his professional triathlon career with a 4th place finish at DATEV Challenge Roth and here is a closer look at his "Orange Crush" Quintana Roo PRsix race bike.

A new ride for Andi Böcherer

: German Andi Böcherer is one of the favorites for the IRONMAN European Championships in Frankfurt and he will be blitzing the bike course on a new Cube C-68.

The Scott Plasma of Swedish TT champion Lisa Norden

: Lisa Norden recently won the Swedish National TT Championships aboard a Scott Plasma Premium and we have detailed pics and the TrainingPeaks file from this professional triathlete who stepped outside ...

Zipp's new Vuka Clip

: "Comfort, yes, comfort My people!' says your God." So writes the prophet Isaiah. I concur.

Earplugs for Swimming?

: In 36 years of adult-onset pool training, I was never a user of earplugs, either in the open water or in the pool. Until this year.

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!

Brain Doping with Halo Sport

: After 3 months of testing, here is the question I pledged to answer at the beginning: Does it work?

MET Drone Wide Body

: Updated for 2017 and new magnetic visor. The MET Drone Widebody was not on my radar of "interesting helmets" until it showed up - without decals - on the head of Jan Frodeno at IM Frankfurt in 2015. ...

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.

In icy waters with the blueseventy Thermal Helix

: The cold waters of Sweden in April were the perfect testing ground for the blueseventy Thermal Helix and Markus Roessel put the suit and various accessories to the test.

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...

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?

The New Look Newton

: Is Newton Running back on its heels? Or in the starting blocks for another run for the tape?

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.

First look at the EMFIT QS

: Is there value in tracking biometrics with the goal of identifying overtraining? Here's a device on the cutting edge of that discussion.

Saucony Freedom ISO

: Saucony built, probably unintentionally, a near-perfect triathlon shoe for neutral runners. Add heel and and tongue loops and you’re there.

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.

Giant: Big Value! But under-appreciated

: The Trinity Advanced Pro is an under-appreciated tri bikes: its poll radio button isn't clicked nearly as much as it deserves to be.

Gennix Tri: the Rodney Dangerfield of Bikes

: Lionel Sanders' bike is the Louis Garneau Gennix Tri Elite. Do you know what's special about it?

Hands on the ELEMNT BOLT

: Lionel Sanders and I have two things in common: we're Canadian; and we each spent a month with the BOLT. Here are my thoughts, and his.

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