S-WORKS TT POLAR BLUESEVENTY TRANSITION BAG BLUESEVENTY ELEMENT GOGGLES 2XU ARM SLEEVE
Boasting wind-tunnel-developed aerodynamics and an ultra-light dial fit, you can be sure there’s no time lost wearing the S-works TT. It’s a must-have for the triathlete looking for every ounce of free speed.
With its 2.8" colour touch screen, the Polar V650 allows triathletes to track and measure almost any aspect of their training. Some notable features include Bluetooth connectivity for Polar heart rate and cycling sensors, accurate altitude measurements and integrated GPS measurements.
This large top-loading bag with its numerous gear-specific organizer pockets offers triathletes plenty of space for bulky racing and training gear. The addition of a plush and fully adjustable suspension system ensures that athletes can comfortably carry all their equipment.
The Element Goggles combine the low-drag feel that’s desired by many experienced swimmers with a comfortable fit that will also appeal to new triathletes.
By employing seamless construction with a supportive 250-denier fabric, 2XU creates an arm sleeve that offers graduated support for the forearm and bicep. The result is increased blood circulation and muscle support in the arms when running or cycling.
Wind-cheating super-bikes deliver race-winning performance. Unfortunately, thanks to their highly integrated construction, they are also often difficult to maintain (does anyone enjoy working on hidden proprietary brakes?), challenging to assemble and disassemble when travelling. Realizing this, Felt has created the new IA 14, a bike that delivers almost all the super-bike aero benefits, but at a more accessible price and minus the integratedconstruction hassles. Felt manages all this by simply not using a propriety fork and hidden brakes. These changes allow for easier maintenance, greatly simplify assembly and allow riders to easily switch cockpit components. Anyone who is not living or travelling with a personal bike mechanic and yet still wants super-bikelike performance should take a serious look at the new IA 14.