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  • Triathlon Cycling: Chris Boardman on Aerodynamics

    2nd April 2011

    In non-drafting triathlon, cycling is all about getting as aerodynamic as possible. Pro cycling legend turned bike designer Chris Boardman told triradar.com how to avoid some of the pitfalls of choosing an aero set-up. Chris Boardman’s cycling career included an…

  • We’re Inspired By – Thomas Garrod

    1st April 2011

    Like his hero Lance Armstrong he has survived testicular cancer, and now he’s using sport to help save others through his website www.bustinyourballs.org. This is the story of Thomas Garrod’s lucky escape. When 27-year-old Thomas Garrod started getting back pain…

  • Campagnolo Launch New TT And Triathlon Range

    1st April 2011

    Italian bike giants Campagnolo have launched a new range of triathlon and time trial components for the upcoming race season. Designed and created at the Campy Tech Lab, the range includes new bar-end gear shifters, cranksets and brake levers which…

  • Moser Speed 105 First Ride Bike Review

    31st March 2011

    We put the Moser Speed 105 through its paces in our First Ride review FIRST RIDE Francesco Moser was a legendary Italian road cyclist and record holder in the 1970s and ’80s and now his name is on a ninestrong…

  • Challenge Cape Town Launched

    31st March 2011

    There’s another new long-distance triathlon event on the calendar with the launch of Challenge Cape Town in South Africa this November, announced today (31 March). The organisation behind some of triathlon’s biggest and most competitive long-distance races, including the world-record…

  • Graves’ Expectations: Grin And Bear It

    30th March 2011

    Triathlon Plus and triradar.com pro columnist Phil Graves on how he gets through high-mileage training for triathlon So, it’s spring and it’s the time of year when we’re all doing big distances to make up for everything we missed during…

  • Henning Teams Up With High5

    29th March 2011

    Rasmus Henning, the Danish triathlon star and Ironman World Championship contender, has joined with High5 to optimise his nutrition in a bid to win at Kona in October. UK-based High5 Sports Nutrition has designed an elite testing programme to maximise…

  • Giro Pro Light Helmet Review

    28th March 2011

    Looking for a light, comfortable bike helmet? This new number from Giro could do the job. Giro have halved the weight of their previous top-performance helmet to create a featherweight climber’s head case. At 193g for our medium sample it’s…

  • World Cup Joy For Kahlefeldt And Samuels

    27th March 2011

    Australia’s Brad Kahlefeldt moved into sixth place on the all time list of ITU World Cup winners over the weekend with victory in Mooloolaba, while New Zealand’s Nicky Samuels won her first ever World Cup gold in the women’s race.…

  • NeilPryde Alize First Ride Bike Review

    27th March 2011

    We put one of NeilPryde’s flagship bikes to the test in our First Ride review First Ride The Alize is a new aero road bike from NeilPryde. Our test ride was a carbon Ultegra build with Mavic Ksyrium Elite Wheels.…