Triathlon Gear Reviews

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date: February 4, 2008
review by: Sethro
(4.8)

Great Bike. Would easily purchase again. When I go for a Tri Specific Bike, the Specialized Transition will be the first place I look.

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date: February 4, 2008
review by: ksklare
(5)

I feel and look great in a swimsuit!!! I can't believe that is coming out of my mouth but the sugoi race suit is just perfect

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date: February 18, 2008
review by: Teed
(4.3)

The MSRP on this bike is $2699. I paid $2295, plus the upgraded cockpit. The 2500 price point is very competative right now, and you can get a great bike for that price. The battle is pretty much between the Felt B12 and the Cervelo P2C, which MSRP's for $100 less. You can't go wrong with either, but the Cervelo is due for a restyling, so what you buy now, may be out of date much faster than the Felt styling which was new last year, and is very current.

At this time, I absolutely recommend this bike. I will update the review as time goes on.

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date: February 4, 2008
review by: richtherunner
(3.9)

Good entry level Tri bike. It is my first tri bike and really my first ever bike that I have bought new. It is a great fast bike that

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date: February 4, 2008
review by: cxk9758
(4)

Overall I am very happy with this product. I find it very useful on my long runs. I can use pretty much any liquid/gel in the bottles. The bottles are easy to clean.

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date: February 3, 2008
review by: robrunfaster
(4)

Great fit and feels fast. Yet to be determined in a race.

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date: February 2, 2008
review by: tri first
(4.7)

Excellent base layer for all outside activities from September to March (in Quebec at least)

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date: February 1, 2008
review by: jfog458
(4.7)

A great shoe that lasts forever that is well constructed for flat footed runners that don't want to use inserts. A bit expensive but these shoes are my doctors orders.

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date: February 1, 2008
review by: jfog458
(5)

A great pair of goggles. They fit extremly well and they were easy to adjust.

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date: January 31, 2008
review by: CactusTriathlete
(5)

Great value.

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date: January 31, 2008
review by: kdougherty1
(2.1)

Don't recommend this purchase.

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date: January 31, 2008
review by: joshua_ladle
(5)

Great hat at a reasonable price. A must have for every runner out there.

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date: January 31, 2008
review by: triturn
(4.1)

This is a good entry level pedal. I like them and will continue to use.

For the beginner triathlete who wants to make the switch to clipless pedals, the Keo Classic is just for you. It offers the same ease of clipping in and out as the rest of the Look Keo family, but it does so at Look's lowest spring tension. They've expanded the learning curve to the fundamentals of entry and exit from your pedals. As with all the Keo pedals, they have a large platform and a low stack height to keep your feet comfortable on long rides. The Classic comes with gray floating cleats that allow 4.5 degrees of float. 140 grams/pedal

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date: January 30, 2008
review by: Upandatem
(4.1)

Would definitely recommend them.

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date: January 30, 2008
review by: Rhoward14
(4.7)

As the company slogan says "Hydrate or Die" If you bike you need one and this is the best.

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date: January 30, 2008
review by: MMBTRI24
(5)

This was a great investment

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