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Triathletes can sharpen technique and maintain fitness by using an indoor bicycle training stand.

If you’re a triathlete and happen to live in a part of the world that has snowy, frigid winters than an indoor bicycle training stand better known as a wind-trainer might just be the perfect training tool for you. Your […]

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Ironman bike pace

On April 14, 2016 By

Ironman bike pace impacts the marathon and final race result.

The 112-mile bike is the pivotal leg of the Ironman Triathlon. How your Ironman bike turns out begins with the way you manage your energy expenditure in the 2.4-mile swim before you even get on your bike. The energy you expend in the swim […]

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Ironman bike etiquette

On April 20, 2016 By

New to the Ironman? Here’s some Ironman bike etiquette to be aware of.

Being aware of some basic Ironman bike etiquette will make the race a lot more enjoyable and safer for everyone.

If you do enough Ironman races you’ll see people do some things that inconsiderate and at times downright dangerous during the […]

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Triathlon Winter Bike Training

On December 31, 2015 By

Living in a city where winters are cold and snowy doesn’t mean you can’t get in some excellent triathlon winter bike training.

As a matter fact, experiencing some of your most efficient and productive triathlon bike training is possible without ever taking your bike outside. Besides, when you bike train inside you don’t have to […]

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The Best Ironman Bike For You

On February 12, 2012 By

The best Ironman bike for you may not be exactly what you had in mind.

If you are quite new to cycling and thinking of perhaps taking on your first Ironman Triathlon there are a few options for you to consider.

There has been a lot of progress in the gear that is available to […]

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If you’re preparing to take on the Ironman these 3 Ironman Triathlon bike transition tips might help.

These suggestions for the first time Ironman or perhaps those who have had a few attempts at it, but ran into a few problems in transition one.

These are just a few things I learned over the […]

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New triathletes often ask these common Ironman Triathlon bike nutrition questions.

I’m passing on what I learned over the years as an age-group Ironman and hopefully these common ironman triathlon bike nutrition questions will help you out on Ironman race day.

First of 2 Common Ironman Triathlon Bike Nutrition Questions

Taking on fluid […]

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Winter Cycling Apparel Must Haves

On November 13, 2015 By

Excellent tips on Winter cycling apparel must haves by Trivillage product experts.

When the temperature drops, it’s not necessary to store your bike for the winter and give up on riding. As long as you have the proper winter cycling apparel, cold weather riding can be very enjoyable! Protective winter cycling clothing is typically […]

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There’s a lot going on in the transition area in the hour or two before the gun sounds to begin the swim and hopefully these five Ironman Triathlon race morning tips will be of some help.

If you are new to the Ironman, it can be a bit overwhelming on race morning and you might […]

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Incorporate this Ironman Triathlon negative-split strategy for the best possible race result.

For those of you unfamiliar with the concept of negative split pacing in an endurance race, it basically refers to running the second half of an event faster than the first.

For example it you were to run a 4-hour marathon and […]

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