New Shoe Strut: Finding the Perfect Fit


Life is rough when your dogs are barking. In other words, when your feet suffer, you suffer.

We all know the feeling we get from lacing up a brand new pair of sneakers – pristine exterior, zero olfactory offenses rising from the inner depths, and each step taken feels even better than the last when
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Is the Smart Trainer Smarter Than You? 5 Reasons to Upgrade This Trainer Season!


Written by Eric Levario, Age-Group Triathlete and Customer Service Specialist

Trainer season is here! For some, you set up your trainer in the garage or basement and get your cycling time in over the winter. For others, trainer season means moving to the “pain cave,” where you go to get your workouts in with
Go to article Gives Back to World Bicycle Relief

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TUCSON, AZ (January 20, 2016) – is supporting World Bicycle Relief (WBR), helping to mobilize communities in rural Africa through the power of bicycles. WBR provides rugged, locally assembled bikes to students, healthcare workers, and local entrepreneurs. WBR trains local field mechanics to ensure bike maintenance and parts are available, while providing a new
Go to article Shares 2015 Sustainability Figures


TUCSON, AZ (January 11, 2016) — is committed to leading the industry in green business practices in support of the company’s mission: to live a sustainable and active triathlon lifestyle. To successfully reduce the business’ carbon footprint, TriSports has several programs in place to be effective in its conservation efforts.

TriSports began water harvesting
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SRAM Red eTap: Wireless Electronic Shifting


You may see many people writing about SRAM Red eTap; however, I have had the privilege of using the product for several years now, so I can speak to the development and challenges SRAM has faced getting this newest lineup into consumer hands. I don’t recall if it was late 2012 or early 2013, but
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