Interbike Coverage 2009 - Part 2

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More Interbike 2009 coverage by Coach AJ.  In this second part, AJ features more new (and upgraded) items for 2010.

 

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Descente’s new C6 Tri Top features ColdBlack material, which will cool the body by up to 5 degrees.

 


 

A front mounted hydration system from Vision Tech hold up to 1.5 liters of water in 2 separate chambers. It also has room to stash gels or other essentials.

 

 

Pearl Izumi stepped up their tri line of clothing for 2010. With ColdBlack fabric to keep you cool, it also features the same dimple pattern that is used on the Garmin-Slipstream time trial suits.

 

 

 

Saris debuted the new Joule 2.0 computer. Now with more fields to view while riding it’s a lot of information in a small package.


CamelBack took their VeloVest and made it into a full jersey. This jersey-reservoir combo holds 70 ounces, is insulated to stay cool and is fully washable.
 
 

From BlueSeventy comes a wetsuit designed specifically for poor swimmers. The Axis features buoyancy materials through the backside and thighs and is supposed to help balance a swimmer’s buoyancy.

 

The Blue Triad has 3 models. The Triad SL, Triad and Triad SP. They all feature the same geometry, just some construction and specs change. A great value bike from the official bike of U.S.A.T.

 

GU released their holiday flavor, Vanilla Gingerbread, as well as a new Roctane flavor, Pineapple. 

 

Quarq powermeters are now compatible with more crank options. One of the least expensive options, the Quarq allows you to run the wheels you want and is accurate within 2%.

 

The Missle from Shimano’s PRO line will get you as aero as possible. The length of the extensions and pad height are adjustable for that perfect fit.

 
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date: September 27, 2009

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"My coaching philosophy can be summed up in two words: listening and balance. By combining these two elements I feel I can help each athlete achieve their full potential."

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