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Felt's tri bikes for 2008

: Felt's tri bikes have always been a great value. The ride quality has been up and down, depending on the year. Is 2008 an up year, or a down one? Read and find out.

David Thompson's Litespeed

: David Thompson is known as one of the fastest cyclists in the sport of triathlon and we asked him a few question about his bike and setup. Enjoy part 4 of our "the bikes of the pros" series.

Trek's tri bikes split the geometric difference

: The equinox marks the halfway point between the Summer and Winter solstice. Trek's Equinox, aptly named, sits midway between two established geometric standards.

Cannondale's Slice for 2008

: The Slice is not your father's Cannondale. Nor even your older brother's. It's all new and (gasp!) it's all carbon.

Scott's Plasma for 2008

: Scott hit the ground running with tri bikes made for serious riders. Scott staked out its own territory with views on how its bikes should fit — views that differed from Cervelo, Felt, QR and the ...

Ain-Alar Juhanson's Scott Plasma

: We continue our series "the bikes of the pros" with Ain-Alar Juhanson's Scott Plasma. Find out what the big and powerful Estonian thinks about his ride.

TriSuit Shootout Part 3: 2XU

: In two shorts years, 2XU has moved from newbie to triathlon goliath. We take a look at their trisuits, including the new for 2008 Super Elite Endurance suit.

Timo Bracht's Cucuma/Walser

: For the new series "the bikes of the pros" we want to know more about the Cucuma/Walser of Timo Bracht (GER). He won Ironman Europe in 2007 and he talks candidly to Slowtwitch about his ride.

Torbjorn Sindballe's Argon 18 E-114

: As part of a new series called "the bikes of the pros" we will be looking a bit closer at the race machines of several pro athletes. We start the series here with the bike of Torbjorn Sindballe.

You asked for Quarq, we give you Quarq

: We have seen quite a bit of interest in Quarq and Quarq Technology on our forum and decided to ask Jim Meyer the man behind Quarq a few questions.

Blue Seventy's pointzero3 swim skin gets FINA approval.

: Blue Seventy announced yesterday that they got their pointzero3 swim skin approved by FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation). Will that then possibly mean that all swimming records may be ...

Are Speedskins a viable product category?

: Was anything in Kona hotter in Kona than the P3C? Yes, in fact — the PZ3. It's got the dubious distinction of being the most viable product in a potentially unviable category.

The bikes of the top ten pro women in Kona

: We have uploaded a gallery of images of the top 10 Pro women aboard their bikes.

The top ten pro men in Kona and their bikes

: Here is a closer look at the bikes on which the top 10 male Pros competed in Kona.

Trisuit Shootout Part 2: De Soto

: In Part 2 of our trisuit shootout, we take a look at DeSoto, the homegrown brand that is, 17 years later, still making clothes out of a factory in San Diego.

How Cervelo got itself another big finish

: Cervelo's owners have gotten used to seeing their athletes win unexpectedly. But this may have been the least likely victory.

Kona Bike Survey: groupkits and aero wheels

: What components and wheels did the Hawaiian Ironman athletes prefer?

The Kona count: aerobars and saddles

: Analysis of the Kona pier tally continues with our look at aerobars and saddles

Cervelo routs the field in Kona bike count

: The only question was just how badly Cervelo would put the hurt on the rest of the field. Pretty badly, in fact, but it could have been worse.

Trisuit Shootout Part 1: Kiwami

: In Part 1 of our trisuit shootout, we take a look at Kiwami, the best brand that you've probably never heard of.

Interbike 2007 Reviews: Part 1 - eSoles & Oval Concepts

: Part 1 of a series of product reviews from Interbike 2007. We cover eSoles, the custom orthotic maker, and Oval Concepts, a components manufacturer specializing in aerobars.

Companies that helped themselves

: The company is rare that pulls itself to the front of its competitive set. Several companies did that over the last year or so, and we'll credit them here.

Triathlon bikes at 2007 Interbike

: Multisport certainly has the attention of the bike industry, judging by the multitude of fabulous tri bikes on display.

A sneak peek at the fizik K1 tri saddle

: We were shown an early prototype of the fizik K1 Tri saddle at Interbike.

SRM goes wireless

: No more struggling to clean up the SRM wires on your frame as SRM is going wireless for 2008.

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