Triathlon Gear Reviews

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Specialized Transition Expert

date: January 7, 2008
review by: mman
(4.6)

This bike is in a transition area from entry level to higher end bikes, so there are trade offs. This clearly isn't an entry level bike with the component group that comes on the bike. Yet, it isn't full carbon either. The alloy frame is light and performs well. The acceleration of the bike was fantastic as was its handling in the wind. For less than $2,000, this is a great first tri bike.

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Fitness Anywhere TRX Force Training Kit

date: January 7, 2008
review by: asoul23
(5)

Great product to invest in especially if you're on the go.

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Saucony Grid Sinister

date: January 6, 2008
review by: jmickle11
(4.3)

Very nice shoe if you are looking for a light weight shoe that still has cushioning.

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GURU Chrono

date: January 6, 2008
review by: rpm1418
(5)

Love this bike, had it down to this and PC3, so glad I chose the GURU Chrono, I will never need another bike.

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: January 6, 2008
review by: rpm1418
(4.8)

Great GPS watch, plus you can get the cadence kit and mounting kit which works well with the bike

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: January 6, 2008
review by: davegibb
(4.5)

Neat gadget but realisticly many of the novelties will porbably wear off after a while. MAy improve my training but it certainly makes logging my traing a snap. Simply plug in my usb cable and I'm done.

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Mizuno Wave Inspire 3

date: January 28, 2008
review by: mbmoran2
(3.7)

I've run on Mizuno Wave Riders and Brooks Adrenaline GTS shoes. I thought this would be a nice fit (more support than Wave Riders yet lighter than the Adrenaline GTS. However, It has a little too much arch support. I still wear them for foul weather but prefer my newer Brooks Adrenaline GTS7's.

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 7

date: February 18, 2008
review by: mbmoran2
(4.8)

Best shoe for me

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: January 4, 2008
review by: maysdeborah
(4.2)

I turn it on while I stretch and warm-up and it is ready to go when I am ready to run.

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Amphipod RunLite 3

date: January 4, 2008
review by: DennisB
(4.7)

I needed a hydration belt and this one seems to do everything I was looking for.

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Nike Attempt III

date: January 4, 2008
review by: mbmoran2
(3.3)

Just a cheap pair of shoes from Kohl's for working out at the gym and the occasional short treadmill run. I bought them to save my running shoes for running only.

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Terry Butterfly Ti Gel

date: January 4, 2008
review by: TriChica
(4.7)

This saddle has made the single best improvement in my comfort. I went from not being able to ride for more than an hour every 3+ days because the "parts" were so bruised to being able to ride every day. I love this saddle!

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: January 4, 2008
review by: TriChica
(3.7)

Great unit and a wonderful training tool. I don't know what I'd do without it. So glad my hubby surprised me with it!!!! It's my favorite training accessory.

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Sportline HydraCoach Intelligent Hydration System

date: January 4, 2008
review by: windnsnow
(3.4)

A real clever idea, but execution is a little lacking. Anyone who is serious about increasing hydration needs would be better suited with just a Nalgene bottle or a glass and a tap.

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Specialized Allez Elite Road Bike

date: January 3, 2008
review by: capt-america
(4.6)

This is a great bike. i've put over 1000 miles on it and have only had one tune up. No problems with it. haven't seen the new models but I would buy again

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Polar s635x running computer

date: January 3, 2008
review by: capt-america
(4)

I was researching between Polar and Garmin and went with Polar mainly because of the foot pod concept. It is extremely accurate. One time in the Smoky mountains I ran up a paved path and once at the top looked at the distance and altitude of the run and it was right on with what the trail was published as. I read a lot of complaints about the GPS based ones because of thick cloud or wood cover tainting data. This one you have nothing to worry about. This has given me loads of data over the last couple of years and I would definately buy another

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