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The Top Three Bike Helmets for Triathlon

Adam Nakada

The Top Three Bike Helmets for Triathlon

A properly-fitting bike helmet is a mandatory and possibly life-saving piece of equipment you’ll need to wear during training and racing in a triathlon. Choosing the right one for you can be confusing and possibly overwhelming, as there are many different types on the market. Aero or not? Attached eyepiece or not? This guide covers a few of our tops pics, allowing you to narrow down which type of helmet will suit your needs best. 1.Giro Vanquish MIPS While this helmet is at a slightly higher cost and is also one of the heavier triathlon helmets that we reviewed, there...

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The Best Three Triathlon Transition Bags

Adam Nakada

The Best Three Triathlon Transition Bags

1. BlueSeventy Transition Bag This bag is lightweight, compact and has some great features. There’s a soft, micro-fleece lined pocket on top for items like goggles and sunglasses.   The bottom of the pack makes up a 12-Liter waterproof, insulated compartment which ensures your dry gear stays dry and your wet gear doesn’t drip down your back as you carry the pack or in your car on the way home. There is also room for two wetsuits plus other wet clothing or gear items. The helmet storage compartment has reflective piping and is elasticated to stabilize your helmet when you’re...

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The Best Kept Swim Secret for Training and Racing

Adam Nakada

The Best Kept Swim Secret for Training and Racing

No one chooses triathlon it for its simplicity. With so many moving parts and countless pieces of equipment and gear, it’s easy to overlook or simply disregard an argument for one more thing to add to your seemingly endless packing list. However, there is a tool that not only helps execute one of the most nerve-wracking disciplines of the sport but is also lightweight, inexpensive and legal to use in any USA Triathlon Sanctioned Race in the U.S. What is this magic device? A snorkel. A little-known fact is the snorkel is completely legal to use without restriction and without...

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Six Great Open Water Swimming Location

Adam Nakada

Six Great Open Water Swimming Location

Open water swimming is a wonderful way to explore our world while also getting in a good workout. From serene lakes to the majestic oceans, there are many beautiful and memorable places to train. Here are some of our favorite open water locations. Kailua Pier Located in Kona, Hawaii, Kailua Pier is a heavily frequented open water swim site. With an average water temperature between 70 and 80 degrees Fahrenheit, Kailua Pier is home to coral reefs and an abundance of ocean wildlife. Swimmers are able to watch the many tropical fish and possible dolphins before returning to land to...

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Race Day Triathlon Tips

Adam Nakada

Race Day Triathlon Tips

Whether this is your first race or you’ve got a rack full of triathlon bling, having your race day mapped out both physically and mentally is the final step of training. While some things are not up to you on race day, being well-prepared for whatever comes your way will give you peace of mind and help eliminate last-minute unpleasant surprises. Test All of Your Gear Race day is not the day to try new gear. You should have done at least one swim in your wetsuit and goggle set-up, as well as completed a run in your kit/run gear....

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