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The HOKA Mach 4 Does Not Live Down to its Expectations

: The facepalming Mach series got a major facelift. This shoe is... wow.

Sam Appleton's Giant Trinity Advanced Pro

: Giant might've had the best bang for athlete buck at Challenge Daytona with a 1st and 6th in the men's race. Here's one of the bikes.

Giro Helios Spherical

: Apparently, I've got a head problem. This translates into a helmet problem: finding helmets that work.

Cervelo Caledonia Long Term Review

: Here is what I like and don't like about this bike. Spoiler alert: take a hard look at the most affordable bikes in the series.

The Modern Wheel System

: We wrote a lot about the idea of CADEX wheels. And their ability to hold pressure without leakdown. But do they ride well?

Zipp QuickView (It’s About Time)

: Yes it’s about time, but also about distance, power, vision, safety, data.

Tri Bike Brands You Like

: Here are the 7 tri bike brands you'll buy next, along with why we think you chose as you did.

QR's PRfive Disc: Easy to Buy, and Easy to Live With

: Quintana Roo makes the case that, once you know your fit numbers, direct-to-consumer is a great purchasing option.

It's a Buyer's Market. For Now.

: This assumes what Canyon, The Pro's Closet, QR, Cervelo (via MyBikeShop) are closing out is what you're interesting in buying.

9 Watts!!

: Canyon introduced, and is now shipping, the much anticipated Speedmax CF SLX Disc and CFR Disc, and the more affordable CF Disc.

Wahoo ELEMNT RIVAL: The Watch That Will Change the Race

: Wahoo introduces its full-distance multisport watch, and it is a breath of fresh air.

Your Tires May Not Work on Today's New Fast Wheels

: If you buy the best wheels just coming out today, you may need to rethink your tire choices.

Review: ENVE SES Road Tires

: Our Tech Editor reviews ENVE’s big entry in to the tubeless tire market. It promises aero performance and low rolling resistance – does it deliver?

Saucony Endorphin Shift: a Bondi Alternative?

: I chose the Shift, rather than the lighter Pro and Speed, as my first Saucony Endorphin to test. Could it be a compliment to my beloved Bondis?

Run Shoe Preferences for Training

: You race in Nike almost as often as you race in HOKA. Training? Not quite so much.

Is CADEX the Most Obvious ETRTO Success?

: My slow-motion brain has been warming up to the implications of the new ETRTO specs for wheels, and how CADEX embraced this.

A Lace in Point

: Sometimes we have to micro-adjust macro-produced products.

What's the Secret Behind No-leakdown Tubeless?

: CADEX road tubless wheels/tires do not leak down, period, even with no sealant? Why? I determined to find out.

FSA K-Wing AGX: Evolving Bars for Gravel

: FSA continues to expand into gravel, with an ever-expanding line. We look at the carbon K-Wing AGX drop bar.

Orbea's All-New Ordu

: Like Trek and Cervelo before it, Orbea reimagined a tri bike through the prism of the user, and designed with that in mind. Seems logical.

ROKA x Machines for Freedom Capsule Collection

: This collaboration between ROKA and Machines – two top-quality brands dedicated to style as well as substance— has created an outstanding product.

CADEX Intros a Tire for Paris Roubaix, and for Ironman

: Triathletes and Pro Tour Classics riders share similar needs. CADEX, of the Giant Group, just made a tire that may pique your interest.

Future of TT Cranks and Chainrings?

: We peer into the past and future of TT cranks and rings - and ponder if this niche product can gain a larger foothold in the market.

Profile Design DRV/GMR, Another Peek at the Future

: Like gravel bars made by Zipp, ENVE and 3T, this design motif will inform drop bar design, for gravel and road.

DT Swiss ARC 1100 DICUT 80 Impressions

: We share our impressions after spending time with the latest aero, tubeless, disc brake wheels from DT Swiss.

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