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  • saddles - Triathlete Europe
    saddle are replacing ones with long Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First Time Wins Of The Season In Cape Town Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes Why you should run on grass Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Glute Exercises To Make You A Faster Cyclist DATEV Challenge Roth announces 2016 pro field Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Video how to nail bike climbing for free Video How To Set Up Your Garmin Edge 810 Video How To Ride In Rain And Wet Weather Video Don t Be THAT Triathlete Video

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/tag/saddles (2016-04-25)
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  • Win Shimano Racing Shoes With Uplace-BMC Pro Triathlon Team
    If you participate in every contest leading up to the Ironman World Championship on Saturday 11th October you have the chance to win the whole package in the final contest together with a world class triathlon bike from BMC Switzerland the BMC TM02 Follow the Uplace BMC blogs on Triathlete Europe and on the Uplace BMC s social media and win all the gear to race like a real Kona Pro you can win one of the following prices 1 Sailfish Attack wetsuit 1 Pearl Izumi tri suit 1 pair of Shimano TR60 triathlon shoes 1 Giro Air Attack TT helmet 1 Etixx Sports Nutrition packet Adidas Tycane pro race glasses 10 Tacx drinking bottles A fi zi k Tritone K ium saddle A set of Continental tyres 5 pair of Compressport race socks Related Stories Shimano Introduces New Road Hydraulic Disc Brakes Jorgensen makes it 11 Luis grabs first win at ITU WTS Hamburg Are You Too Much Of A Triathlon Perfectionist Beginner s Luck Finding The Confidence To Reach Your Goals FILED UNDER News TAGS About competition Shimano Uplace BMC Professional Triathlon Team Win Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2014/09/19/win-shimano-racing-shoes-with-uplace-bmc-pro-triathlon-team (2016-04-25)
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  • Ask a Mechanic: How to maintain derailleur pulleys
    euros we hear that the R D Follow The Tour De France Live Right Now VeloNews and its team of embedded journalists are covering the Tour de France as it happens Riders are on course in Monaco Armstrong just Related Videos Now Playing Ask a Mechanic How to maintain derailleur pulleys Up Next Eddy Merckx Cycles Lexus From Wind Tunnel to Road Following the news about Eddy Merckx Holding tapping new sources of funds to the tune of 7 4 million euros we hear that the R D Follow The Tour De France Live Right Now VeloNews and its team of embedded journalists are covering the Tour de France as it happens Riders are on course in Monaco Armstrong just Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First Time Wins Of The Season In Cape Town Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes Why you should run on grass Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Glute Exercises To Make You A Faster Cyclist DATEV Challenge Roth announces 2016 pro field Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Video how to nail bike climbing for free Video How To Set Up Your Garmin Edge 810 Video How

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  • Shoe Review: Shimano TR60 Tri Shoes
    the front of the shoes provided ample room for your feet to swell and spread especially in hot conditions We didn t feel like we lost power as a consequence and having plenty of width up front meant we never suffered with numb feet like with some narrower fitting shoes Those with wide feet will appreciate this extra space Once inside the seamless interior and beautifully shaped insoles mean your feet sit pretty without socks In fact the TR60s are one of the comfiest tri shoes on the market right out of the box and they fit true to size In terms of weight our size 42 came in at 266g they re not the lightest shoes out there but they definitely sit in the lightweight camp With the TR60 Shimano have created their stiffest comfiest and best designed tri shoe to date It performs on all levels and more than justifies it s price tag Performance 9 Value 9 RRP 199 Related Stories Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Why Steady Efforts Are The Key To Faster Bike Splits Block Training For Cycling Strength What s your optimal bike cadence FILED UNDER Gear Tech TAGS Bike Buyer Guide Review Shimano TR60 triathlon shoe Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2014/06/19/shoe-review-shimano-tr60-tri-shoes (2016-04-25)
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  • Road Disc Brakes Hit The Mainstream
    standard versions View Larger Image R785 shifters compatible with Shimano s E Tube Di2 groupsets R785 shifters compatible with Shimano s E Tube Di2 groupsets View Larger Image Ice Tech rotor Ice Tech rotor Two years ago there was speculation Then a few models from smaller manufacturers showed up at Eurobike 2012 but the component giants were still coy about hydraulic road disc brakes SRAM debuted their version earlier this year and now finally the whole of the industry has caught on and caught up Hydraulic road disc brakes are ready to take off The value of hydraulic disc brakes for road bikes has been covered on this site and others but the justification for their use on road bikes is pretty simple They work much better than rim brakes Hydraulic disc brakes can produce more stopping force than rim brakes and require less hand force to do so And hydraulic discs allow for much greater control of that power Rim brakes are sufficiently strong to lock up a wheel and skid across a road but hydraulic disc brakes make converting that power into stopping performance easier Practically every high end mountain bike has hydraulically driven discs because when you re barreling toward a tree or a rock or a cliff brakes have to work ideally and stopping performance is no less important on the road Cyclocross a hybrid between mountain biking and road riding paved the way for road disc brakes so some wheel manufacturers were already equipped for disc brakes on road bikes this year and now many of them have built wheels around discs Seven of the 10 most popular wheel manufacturers at Ironman Hawaii in 2012 Zipp Hed Easton Bontrager Xentis Shimano and Enve now have disc compatible road wheels Other important aero wheel makers such as Rolf Prima DT Swiss Specialized 3T and even Lightweight are also now making deep dish wheels with disc brakes There are even more options with shallow rims Wheel options are exploding for 2014 but they weren t the hold up for this model year Frames and components were the limiters and now there is an abundance of choices Practically every large road bike maker has a disc compatible model on display here at Eurobike And the choices aren t limited to Roubaix style bikes designed for comfort Fully dedicated race bikes designed such as the Cannondale EVO can now be had with disc mounts Triathlon bikes are the noteworthy exception We haven t yet covered the full expanse of Eurobike but it seems popular tri bike manufacturers aren t yet making disc compatible aero bikes A test conducted by Culprit Cycles a small brand that does have a disc specific tri bike found that a disc brake did create slightly more aerodynamic drag than a cable driven version Tri bike makers may have decided to overlook the option for the sake of straight line speed or maybe the technology will just be a year behind road bikes But for

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2013/08/29/road-disc-brakes-hit-the-mainstream (2016-04-25)
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  • disc brake - Triathlete Europe
    Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week Taper Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session How to do a proper plank Alarza Stanford Score First Time Wins Of The Season In Cape Town Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes Why you should run on grass Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Glute Exercises To Make You A Faster Cyclist DATEV Challenge Roth announces 2016 pro field Video Mirinda Carfrae Body Shoot Video how to nail bike climbing for free Video How To Set Up Your Garmin Edge 810 Video How To Ride In Rain And Wet Weather Video Don t Be THAT Triathlete Video 3 Drills For A Better Running Stride Video GCN 20 Minute High Intensity Indoor Cycling Workout

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/tag/disc-brake (2016-04-25)
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  • Shimano - Triathlete Europe
    2013 Two years ago there was speculation Then a few models from smaller manufacturers showed up at Eurobike 2012 but the component giants were Gear Review Shimano Dura Ace 9000 By Aaron Hersh Published July 27 2013 Shimano s news flagship group is great but can it contend with electronic kits Top level mechanical drivetrains are facing stiffer Shimano Unveils New Ultegra Di2 Hydraulic Road Brakes By Aaron Hersh Published July 3 2013 Hydraulic road brakes continue to explode with the impending addition of the Shimano R785 braking system Starting this winter Shimano Road Tested Shimano Dura Ace Aero Wheels By Logan VonBockel VeloNews Published March 26 2013 It s no secret that long established companies like Zipp Mavic HED and Enve have a stronghold on the aero wheel market In the past Reviewed Four Power Meters By Jonathan Blyer Published March 14 2013 All four of these power meters are accurate The most important differences are what they can and cannot do and how smoothly they work Tech Check Shimano Dura Ace Di2 9070 By Aaron Hersh Published September 19 2012 As Shimano puts it the biggest upgrades to the new Dura Ace Di2 9070 groupset are at the front of the bike It still changes gears with Next Page Most Read Popular Now Most Watched The 1 Workout To Get You Ready For Ironman Exercises to improve your reactive strength How Pain Tolerance Affects Performance Five tips for avoiding bike Injuries Managing Your Energy Levels On The Triathlon Swim Why you should run on grass Ask Coach Sara Best Drill To Promote A Strong Pull Phase The Pros And Cons Of SRAM s 1X Setup For Triathletes Swim Cramps What Why How To Deal With Them Joe Friel The Six Most Common Triathlon Mistakes The Perfect Two Week

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/tag/shimano (2016-04-25)
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  • Heart Rate Monitor Mistakes To Avoid
    rates for most athletes A much better way to determine appropriate target heart rates is to perform a 30 minute simulated race and use your average heart rate for this effort as your anaerobic threshold heart rate This becomes your target heart rate for threshold workouts Most of your workouts should be done at lower heart rates Once a week or so perform an interval workout at a higher target heart rate Mistake 2 Using Your HR Monitor During Speed Workouts Heart rate monitors are not useful in high intensity interval workouts featuring individual efforts lasting one minute or less That s because of a phenomenon called cardiac lag When you suddenly increase your exercise intensity it takes a while for your heart rate to climb to the level at which it will ultimately plateau Therefore in short fast intervals you may find your heart rate climbing most or all the way through each In this type of workout it s best to use pace and perceived effort to regulate your intensity Mistake 3 Over Interpreting HR Data If you train regularly with a heart rate monitor it is important to keep in mind that heart rate has significant limitations as an indicator of exercise intensity There are many other physiological factors involved as well An easy way to see this is to compare heart rates in outdoor versus treadmill running Most runners have a lower heart rate when running on a treadmill than they do running outdoors at the same pace You might think this means that running on a treadmill is easier and that you can run faster on a treadmill In fact just the opposite is true Studies have shown that runners feel better and can run faster outdoors even though their heart rates are higher Why Because heart rate does not tell the whole story of exercise intensity Athletes who assume heart rate does tell the story often encounter problems where there really are none They find themselves asking questions like Why can t I get my heart rate up on the bike like I do when running and Why is my heart rate always higher than my friend s even though we have the same race times These are not real problems The only real problems in training are 1 performing poorly and 2 feeling bad If you re performing to expectations and feeling good or at least normal then nothing your heart rate monitor tells you is bad Related Stories Swim Tip Getting The Correct Hand Position Should You Finish A Bad Training Session The Perfect Two Week Taper How to do a proper plank FILED UNDER All Gear Tech TAGS advice correct Heart Rate Monitor how to Race Tips train Use Paul Moore Paul Moore is the Online Editor for Triathlete Europe When not glued to a computer he can be found writing books most recently Ultra Performance The Psychology of Endurance Sports and The World s Toughest Endurance Challenges Both are available

    Original URL path: http://triathlete-europe.competitor.com/2011/07/28/heart-rate-monitor-mistakes-to-avoid (2016-04-25)
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