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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 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.

With Zwift to a Paris-Roubaix title

: Australian Mathew Hayman of Team ORICA-SCOTT grabbed the win at the 2016 Paris-Roubaix despite breaking his arm 5 weeks earlier during Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Thanks in part to Zwift.

The Brave Athlete

: Lesley Paterson was a good, then a retired, then a resurgent athlete. Here's this World Champ's book (with her husband) on the psychology of tri.

Wahoo ELEMNT Long Term Review

: The ELEMNT is the most complete bike computer on the market for triathletes. Only the Garmin 520 is its price-per-feature equal.

Orange is the new Black

: The 2017 Specialized Shiv of Tim Don may not be completely orange, but it is a bright beacon in a sea of black carbon race bikes. But it is not just about looks here.

Don’t Give Up on Your Computrainer!

: There may be life in the old girl yet. Computrainer is set to announce a very compelling variation on the extended warranty.


: The case is lower (small b), but the quality is high. blueseventy is one of the top 3 or 4 wetsuit brands that matter most in triathlon.

Halo Neuropriming

: Halo Sport claims to improve performance through the use of neuroprogramming, using energy pulses to stimulate the brain.

ROKA's Maverick Wetsuits

: A number of wetsuit makers rediscovered the art of glue & blindstitch patternmaking, and went further in neck and back design. ROKA is a case in point.

TYR Wetsuits for 2017

: TYR makes great wetsuits! But it's had a horrible return policy. Happily the return policy is changing, making this wetsuit purchase-worthy.

Does Conti Deserve the Love? No. Yes.

: There is market share. And then there is an abject stranglehold on a market segment. Does Continential deserve a 71 percent brand preference?

De Soto T1 for 2017

: Why does this wetsuit have a cult following? Why has that following slipped? Is it due for a resurgence? Should you buy this wetsuit?

Wetsuits: Consumer Direct or In-Store?

: A wetsuit seller needs to check these boxes before that seller, regardless of sales channel, can rightly claim it deserves your business.

Wetsuits: Consumer Direct or In-Store?

: A wetsuit seller needs to check these boxes before that seller, regardless of sales channel, can rightly claim it deserves your business.

Buying a Wetsuit in 2017?

: Today begins our look at wetsuits for 2017, designed to inoculate you from making an ill-informed choice!

1x Best Practices

: SRAM repurposed a pair of shelved technologies, brilliantly displayed their relevancy, and transformed the landscape of cycling. Here's how best to use this tech.

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