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An Introduction to Power Meter

By Shem Leong, Coach in Singapore, ironguides.net Do you have a power meter but isn’t quite sure on the best way to use it? Are you considering buying a power meter? Are you getting burn out from all the data oriented training your training have became since you started...
Posted On Sep 01 2017
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First Look: Giro Vanquish Helmet

Giro’s latest aero road Vanquish helmet is an upgrade to its older brother, the Air Attack. When Giro released the Air Attack five years ago, it was given credit for creating the aero road segment in the helmet category.   With no long tail, crosswinds and head movement had...
Posted On Aug 30 2017
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Video: Step by step of a bike fit

Our team followed a bike fit session of Professional Triathlete Andrew Pearson on his new Optima Omega TT bike. The bike fit used Smartfit, a German’s dynamic fitting protocol founded at Freiburg University – the  fitting system with VDO Analysis that allows you to...
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SRAM Adds to Disc Brake revolution, Announces new S-900 Aero HRD Disc Brake

Triathletes and Time Trial riders have another upgrade option, especially to those who have bought their bikes equipped with disc brakes.   SRAM just announced the release of its  brand new S-900 Aero HRD disc brake lever. Triathletes and time-trialist should enjoy benefits as...
Posted On Jul 08 2017
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Another Disc Brake equipped Triathlon Bike: 2017 Parlee TTiR

Before the release last year of Cervelo’s P5x and Diamondback’s Andean, both frames that are equipped with disc-brakes, Parlee was the first major manufacturer to announce their own disc-brake equipped time trial frame. In 2017, expect more bike manufacturers to...
Posted On Jun 29 2017
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Get Free Speed in an Aerodynamic Bike Set-up

By Vinnie Santana, coach at ironguides.net Specialized bicycles have just recently built their own wind runnel to have unlimited access to testing their equipment and build the most aerodynamic bikes, helmets and accessories to their athletes and costumers. This was a great move...
Posted On Jun 23 2017
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Shimano Reveals new Ultegra R8000 groupset

Shimano features the new Ultegra R8000, which delivers high-performance braking power with hydraulic disc brakes, mechanical and Di2 ergonomic shifting levers, new electronic gear shift knobs for wider customization, Synchronized counter-clock exchangers Shifting and rear shado...
Posted On Jun 08 2017
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Trending: The Case for Wider Tires

With the advent of disc-brake enabled road and triathlon bikes comes the opportunity to use wider tires, without any v-brake calipers to hinder the use of such tires. For many years, 23mm wide road tires were the default choice among enthusiasts and professionals alike, believing...
Posted On May 24 2017
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Top 5 Pro Road Bikes of 2017

This article originally featured on Bike Radar. It’s that time of year when we cast our eye over those skinny road racing folk and the shiny bikes they ride. While most of us will never own a pro-level race bike, they’re great to drool over and here is what we think are five of...
Posted On Apr 27 2017
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The Aero Road Helmet from Bontrager: Ballista Helmet Review

Bontrager’s latest helmet is the Ballista, an aero road model with lots of ventilation and a completely new impact-absorbing system. Today’s aerodynamic helmets run away from the old gout concept, so popular in triathlon a few years ago. Bontrager Ballista follows the...
Posted On Apr 06 2017
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Garmin Introduces top of the line Forerunner 935

“With similar features to the fēnix® 5 – our popular multisport GPS watch built for fitness, adventure and style – the Forerunner 935 is catered more towards athletes focused on performance and results” Three months after introducing a complete lineup of Fenix 5 an...
Posted On Mar 30 2017
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