Should You Be Riding With a Power Meter?

Training and racing with a power meter can take your racing to the next level. How? Brian Stover of Accelerate 3 Coaching discusses the basics of using a power meter.
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Garmin Vector Unboxing and Setup

The Vector from Garmin in its native habitat

The Vector pedal-based power meter from Garmin is one the most hotly anticipated and in-demand systems on the market, for good reason.  The promise of a truly portable power meter that can be brought wherever you go and easily switched between bikes without excessive baggage fees,
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T1 First Wave Concept 5 Wetsuit – 2 Pieces Better Than 1?

By Zachary Crumbo for TriSports.com
The T1 First Wave Concept 5 wetsuit from De Soto uses an unconventional 2-Piece design and offers a “fastest swim ever” guarantee. We put it to the test in IRONMAN Coeur D’Alene to see if the technology lives up to the claims.
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Ultimate Direction SJ Ultra Vest – A New Take On Hydration Vests

Written by Eric Mellow for TriSports.com

Ultimate Direction has some new hydration solutions out for the summer, and since it’s heating up in the desert, I thought I’d take one of them for a spin. Most of their new offerings are part of their Signature Series line, and are therefore designed with the help of
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CEP Recovery+ Pro Tights – Medical Grade Compression Without a Prescription

Written by Eric Mellow for TriSports.comFront view

With our limited amounts of time, triathletes like you and me who have full time jobs and other responsibilities often let something fall by the wayside. If you’re like me, you’re diligent about getting your training in, and you have the willpower to make good nutritional
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