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Spits De-Railer Total Vision Triathlon Sunglasses Review

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Background One of my triathlon friends (Dave) works as a premium sunglasses designer who makes sunglasses for active individuals ranging from stand-up paddle boarders to expert hunters. Being a triathlete himself, Dave never enjoyed standard framed sunglasses as when you’re ...

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Cascade FluidPro Power Trainer Review

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Here at Fitegg.com we love reviewing cycling gear however, the following will be our first (but hopefully not our last) review of an indoor trainer, enjoy! The Trainer The Cascade FluidPro Power Bike Trainer is solid, like you could throw ...

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Rocky Mounts TieRod Roof Mount Rack Review

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Introduction About six months ago, we needed a second bike rack and picked up the TieRod from RockyMounts. Available in 8 colors, the TieRod is designed to be a sleek and low-profile rack that fits almost any factory crossbars. My ...

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Yankz! Bicycle Fuel System Review

Yankz! Bicycle Fuel System - on N-Series - March 4, 2013

Today we’re going to take a look at a new product from Yankz!, the Bicycle Fuel System. We’ve reviewed Yankz! products before, testing their T2 Bag. I’ve also been a long time user of their lace system and I’m always ...

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Skins C400 Men’s Compression Bib Shorts-Review

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The Skins C400 Compression Bib Shorts appear to be a normal set of bibs, but you’ll feel a serious difference as soon as you try them on.  All of Skins’s products focus on the benefits of compression to aid performance ...

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Injinji Toe Socks Reviews

Injinji Toe Socks Review

For the past three weeks, I’ve been washing socks every two to three days. Strange, you might think, for a triathlete to have to do so much wash, and I agree, but I’ve been trying my best to put a ...

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Skins TRI400 Men’s Compress Sleeveless Front Zip Tri Suit Review

Skins Tri 400 Suit

Outstanding fit and performance. Compression helps as do the thigh panels. Expensive, but you get what you pay for.

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NeverReach Go! Hydration System–Final Review

NeverReach Go! Hydration System

A unique and useful hydration solution for recreational riders. Worth a look, especially if you don't like carrying bottle cages.

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NeverReach Pro-Rear Mounted Hydration System–Final Review

NeverReach Pro Hydration System, Mounted, Without Tube

A great concept and very good execution. Much faster than other seat mounted bottle carriers. Does take some practice to get the process down, but very functional.

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NeverReach Go! Hydration System-Initial Review

NeverReach Go! Hydration System

At the beginning of June, we reviewed the NeverReach Pro Hydration System, a sizable hydration tank that mounts on the rear of your bike and holds 64 oz. of liquids. Today, we’re looking at the NeverReach Go! a smaller and ...

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