Triathlon Gear Reviews

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Trek 1.2 Road Bike

date: December 30, 2007
review by: josh800auk
(4.7)

i just got the bike for christmas. i enjoy riding it a lot. before i was riding a mountain bike to train on and race. i have already seen a huge difference in speed and comfort from this bike. i added areo bars to the bike which makes it more comfortable to ride. i recommend this bike to anyone that is looking for a good first bike.

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: December 29, 2007
review by: DennisB
(4.1)

This will be a valuable training tool and made a wonderful gift for a gadget geek like me.

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Asics Gel Nimbus 9

date: December 29, 2007
review by: evad
(4.5)

I like the shoe, despite the blister, and am hoping that the extra cushioning will mean less tired feet at the end of my long runs. Wishful thinking? Probably. But since I had a coupon, and this shoe at the discounted price wasn't that much more than what I would have spent on the 2130s, I thought it was worth a try.

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Kuota K-Factor

date: December 29, 2007
review by: kenaxford
(4.7)

great value, great bike

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Profile Design Aerodrink

date: December 28, 2007
review by: trophytaker
(5)

I think it really will help me, I can't wait to race with it and see how everything works out with it!

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Xlab Mach 3 triathlon bicycle

date: December 28, 2007
review by: trophytaker
(4.7)

so far I have had nothing but good things to say about the mach 3. I am sure the more I get used to the forward seating position, I will have even more good things to say!

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LeMond Reno

date: December 28, 2007
review by: tvwatters
(4)

This is a very good serious entry level road bike. It was made even better by the fact that I picked it up as a demo bike for under $500.

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Outdoor Research Flex-Tex Gaitor

date: December 27, 2007
review by: matt3liv
(4.6)

From Amazon.com : Wear the Flex-Tex low-profile stretch gaiters from Outdoor Research for trail running, hiking, cross country skiing, or eating Tex-Mex. Made from durable Stretch Cordura, these tasty gaiters feature a 1in-wide hook-and-loop front closure with bottom and top snaps for added security. Bootlace hooks and nylon instep laces hold the gaiters down and snug to lock out all the rice-and-beans type debris that doesn't make it to your mouth.

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Specialized Specialized Decibal Helmet

date: December 24, 2007
review by: velocomp
(4.4)

I love this helmet. And will use it for years to come. It is a good racing helmet and offers some of the best protection out there.

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Brooks Adrenaline GTS 6

date: December 24, 2007
review by: tvwatters
(4.9)

Bought 2 pairs of these about 3 months apart. Paid $90 for the first pair which made me think twice, but I am very pleased with the performance. Found the second pair on sale at MC Sports for $65 and snapped them up. My only complaint is that I should have bought addtional pairs @ $65 while I had the chance.

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CycleOps Fluid 2

date: December 22, 2007
review by: jdwright56
(4.6)

Overall, a terrifc product. Stores very compactly and sets up easily. Rides very well. Make sure your tires are inflated to the proper psi or the ride will not be good.

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Garmin Forerunner 305

date: December 22, 2007
review by: aarondavidson
(4.4)

I would easily buy this again. Great product, great company.

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CycleOps Fluid 2

date: December 22, 2007
review by: aarondavidson
(4.8)

I love the trainer, and will easily put on a few thousand miles this winter.

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Kurt Kinetic Road Machine

date: December 20, 2007
review by: RaytownPete
(4.4)

So far has lived up to the other postive reviews out there

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Kurt Kinetic Road Machine

date: December 20, 2007
review by: kslamp
(4.9)

All and all a great trainer.

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Rudy Project Rydon Girl

date: December 20, 2007
review by: OctoberDust
(4.4)

Great product, if you don't ming forking over a chunk of money.

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