Topsadidas Women's Nova Graphic Fitted TankPrice: £25Colour: Intense Blue/SlimeSpecifications:CLIMACOOL® ventilation FORMOTIONTM for a better fitReflective details for safety in low lightMesh insert for ventilation100% polyester mock eyeletBuy it: adidas.com
While getting the kit together for a six-day Eco Challenge can be as tough as the race itself, one- and two-day races are perfect for the weekend warrior who dimly remembers owning a bike to go to school on. While international-level teams
, small enough to keep in your kit bag and so light you won't know it's there. Also worth a mention is Zoggs' versatile and easy-to-use kick buoy (£11.99, www.zoggs.com). The kick buoy is small, light and doubles up as a pull buoy and kickboard.How to use
adidas Men's TECHFIT Preparation Short Sleeve TeePrice: £23Colours: Black, White, Slime, Sharp Blue, Dark NavySpecifications:Ventilated CLIMACOOL® keeps you dry and comfortable TECHFITTM focuses your muscles' energy to generate maximum explosive power, acceleration...
Triathletes love kit and they love upgrading - it's a perfect match, or storm, depending on your outlook and bank balance. Upgrades are usually designed to make us go faster and because the bike leg is the longest section of a race it's here
’ve enlisted the advice of some top kit experts to give you the definitive answer to your queries in our Q+A guide to keeping your gear running.SHOESQ: How can I tell when it’s time to replace my shoes?A: It’s tough – your favourite pair of shoes might feel
When the season is over, take a good look at the gear that has served you so well and decide what needs to be revamped, revived or recycled. Staff at The Tri Store in Eastbourne (thetristore.com) offer these tips.
of kit, gadgets and gismos on offer is enough to confuse anyone.So we’ve broken it down into the essential purchases. Once the obsession develops you can start building your gadget collection.TrisuitWhat: To wear underneath your wetsuit for protective
good rule of thumb to avoid overheating is to kit yourself out as if it were 10ºC warmer. Wind affects your body's ability to control its temperature by sweating, so wrap up warm on windy days. A buff will shield your face and keep you breathing
in the most unpredictable ‘great British summer’.We’re on hand with some easy tips to make sure your kit works hard from head to toe, keeping you cool this summer.HeadquartersYou lose a lot of body heat through the head, which might seem like good news
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