Triathlon Gear Reviews

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date: August 3, 2007
review by: Schrup
(4.8)

Great shoe, very comfy.

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date: November 9, 2007
review by: Z-dog
(5)

I plan to buy this same helmet again...at least two more since I have a habit of crashing!

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date: July 30, 2007
review by: Kalahari
(4.1)

Great entry level bike fast enough for me, only thing slowing me down is my legs!!

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date: August 24, 2007
review by: ertman
(3.4)

If you do buy this watch, contact Timex and buy the 5-year warranty for $5. You will need it.

If they can improve the build quality of this product, it would be one of the best training tools out there. As it is, it's not worth the frustration.

An update: Timex has quoted me $135 to fix my watch after it stopped being waterproof.

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date: July 24, 2007
review by: domwrap
(3.9)

My first road bike. Utterly pleased with it and done me proud service for several thousand miles.

Neck pains need investigation, but apart from that, been excellent fit.

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date: July 19, 2007
review by: jesswah
(4.9)

Women's specific design

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date: July 19, 2007
review by: Ron
(3.7)

These 4 Season tires have 'Duraskin', a polyamide layer to supposedly resist punctures and abrasion. I would rather sacrifice some tire weight for a more durable, flat resistance tire-cause I am slow anyway and have no immediate AG rank aspirations.

I have just changed to Bontrager Race Lite Hard Case with a Kevlar layer to hopefully reduce the frequency of flats on recommendation by the LBS. I was interested in the Continental Gatorskins but couldn't find any locally.

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date: July 16, 2007
review by: apw0397
(5)

This is my first tri bike. Couldn't be happier.

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date: July 16, 2007
review by: Daremo
(4.8)

A fantastically fast bike that has the looks and weight to go with it! I have not ridden anything that excels at speed as much as this bike and I have a lot of different manufacturers that I've owned or sold to compare it to. It is super "clean" in its design and the frontal area that is presented to the wind is very narrow. Highly recommenede to anyone trying to squeeze those last few mph out of their bike split.

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date: July 16, 2007
review by: chriswest
(4.2)

Great bike under Two Grand.

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date: July 13, 2007
review by: alextri
(4.9)

Elbow pads on Profile-Designs aerobars are attached with a weak adhesive

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date: July 13, 2007
review by: Ron
(4.6)

Good shoe, though I would reather spend about $200 on something else!

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date: July 9, 2007
review by: marmadaddy
(4.2)

Fits fine, well made and I got them via the DeSoto web site at close-out time, hence the incredible price.

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date: July 9, 2007
review by: fgump
(4)

Ultegra and 105 components on a sub-grand bike. Cheap wheelset (but I plan to upgrade to nicer race wheels eventually, these work fine for training). Clunky aerobars (again, a planned future upgrade). Wish it had a downtube bottle mount. I knew at the start of 2006 that I wanted this bike, so I saved for a year and found it in 2007 (2006 closeout).

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date: March 5, 2009
review by: marmadaddy
(4)

I like it. Comfortable and very easy to get the bottle in and out.

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