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Review: Scott Cadence Plus Helmet and Vector Sunglasses

Safety, performance, and style. Those are the three primary aspects of helmet and sunglass design. The new Scott Cadence Plus and Vector sunglasses achieve all of these things. In this quick review we’ll go over the major key benefits to these new products from Scott and how they might appeal to both triathletes and roadies alike. The Cadence Plus Let’s…

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The Felt IA: A Lesson in Aerodynamics

Have you ever seen a high end triathlon bike; not a UCI legal TT bike but a triathlon specific racing bike? With no limitations in terms of frame design, these bikes incorporate some of those most unique bicycle designs on the market. The reason for this? Any experienced triathlete knows the answer: aerodynamics. While road cyclists are obsessed with weight…

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Zwift vs Trainer Road

*Sign up for our mailing list to get 10% off our Spring Cycling and Triathlon camp in Asheville, NC: Click Here It’s that time again to dig out the trainer and set up the pain cave. There was a time when trainer riding meant hours in front of the TV on a loud mag trainer with nothing but a heart…

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Review – Garmin Vivoactive HR

Recently we looked at whether activity trackers were useful tools for athletes. While the Garmin Vivoactive HR is more of a smart watch than activity tracker, Garmin nonetheless includes the watch among its line of activity trackers. The Vivoactive HR has come along way from the simple trackers that flooded the market a few years ago and with a plethora…

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Review – Argon 18 Nitrogen

Argon 18 started out as a small Montreal based company but in recent years has garnered some attention with title sponsorship in the Tour de France. The Bora-Argon 18 team has brought the Argon 18 name to the World Tour level¬†and there are lot more of them on the road than ever before. In terms of performance bikes, Argon has…

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Review – Briko Shot Evoluzione Glasses

I’m old enough to remember watching Mario Cipollini rocket across the finish line first in countless bunch sprints but still young enough to have thought the guy looked absolutely ridiculous wearing those bizarre bug-eye goggles. That being said, now that everything 90s seems to be coming full circle, I found myself oddly attracted to the classic ski-goggle lens style of…

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