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Though it's often passed over, the Quintana Roo PRSix is a solid bike worthy of our rapt attention. Here's our in-depth review.
We recently did some custom work for pro triathlete Pat Evoe - enjoy the gallery of his custom front-end cleanup.
There are quite a few new top-end aero helmets on the market. Here's my take on Scott's new lid.
Scott pulled out all the stops with the Plasma 5, the superbike that carried Sebastian Kienle to a World Championship in Kona. Here's our complete review.
Glen Alden continues his string of unique carbon fiber products with a bento box that stores your gels and hide your cables too!
At TriRig, we can't seem to get enough of the sweet looks of the Dimond superbike. So when reader Mark Reith showed us his, we couldn't help but to share it.
A review of the newest tri saddle from Cobb Cycling
Here's an updated look at the Birzman lineup, including the trick new Snap-It Apogee, several wrench sets, and more.
We take a trio of Louis Garneau's latest triathlon products and put them to the test. Included are the new M2 Tri Suit, TRI-400 shoes, and Course aero road helmet.
After years of prototyping and development, the boulder boutique Dash Cycles has finally released their own rims + complete wheels. Unsurprisingly, they're incredible.
In the last few years, direct-mount storage on the top tube has become a de-facto standard, but not all bikes have top tube bosses. Here's how you can add them yourself.
Here is our complete survey of hydration options for triathletes, updated and revised for 2015. Strap in, this is as thorough a guide as you'll find anywhere.
We've featured a lot of Shiv builds on TriRig - this one belongs to our own Andrew Strauss, who details how he appointed it to successfully complete his first full-distance Ironman.
TorHans, makers of the VR Bottle and AeroBento that I love so much, have just come out with a brand new BTA hydration system with some very smart features. We snagged an early prototype for review.
The world famous BOA company makes products that serve athletes around the globe. Andrew Strauss headed over to their Denver headquarters for a tour.
Here's an overview of some of XLAB's current storage solutions, including the Mini and Mezzo Cage Pods, the Stealth Pocket 300 and 500, and the Delta Sonic.
Lots of readers have asked us about so-called open mold frames. Here's the scoop on one of these "no name" bikes.
Triathlon's premier boutique saddle maker is shaking things up big time, introducing versions of their insanely-cool products that clock in at $299, their lowest price ever.
Although we usually don't delve into recovery implements, the high-tech gadgetry of NormaTec was too cool to resist. Here's our review of the NormaTec MVP system.
Too many athletes settle for sub-par pump performance. Today, we delve deep into this oft-ignored subject, comparing the best pump heads.