Interbike Coverage 2009 - Part 3

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

 

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Athlete 3 brings fun into the tri lifestyle with shirts, jewelry, and even Christmas lights.

 


The Fuji Aloha 1.0 is a great price point bike. An aluminum frame with internal cable routing, this bike deserves a look.

 

Garmin pared down the Edge 705 and came up with the Edge 500. With all of the features you want in a small 2 ounce package, it can read third party powermeters to give you a do-it-all computer.

 

Kestrel’s Talon has long been popular with those that want one bike for road and tri. The seat post angle can range from 73 to 78 degrees and is a full carbon frame.

 

The new LiveStrong designed jersey. Show your support for the cause.

 

Reynolds has a variety of wheels to pick from. Their wheel line features several rim depths and tubular or carbon clincher options.

 

Scott gets into the shoe market with the Tri Carbon. Standard 2 strap enclosure and a stiff carbon sole help you put the power down.

 

The Speedzone computer from Specialized has ANT+ compatibility, so it will read your ANT+ powermeter. It also features altitude, gradient and all the basic metrics as well.

 

 

Vision Tech’s TriMax bar now has a collette system to adjust the length of the extensions, so no more nervous cutting.

 

Shimano’s new Ultegra Tubeless wheelset is a great option for a training wheel. Tubeless wheels allow you to run a lower tire pressure for more comfort. This wheel is a do-it-all setup for riders on a budget.

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date: September 28, 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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