TRISLIDE is the ONLY anti chafing, anti-friction, anti-blistering product found in a convenient environmental friendly aerosol spray.Turtle took the lube spray for a "little run".
We get the Zipp Vuka Alumina Extensions in our hot little hands and see if curves are back in fashion.
Oakley have reimagined an old favourite, added new lens technology and come up with a great pair of triathlon sunglasses.
With mornings getting darker and daylight savings soon to leave us its time to start thinking about lights. The SCORCH light claims to pack a big punch in a small package. We'll see.
Want a caffeine hit, but can't stop for a coffee or in need of a mid race spurt but don't like caffeine tablets, then maybe Revvies are for you.
Oakley has a new range of frames and sport specific lenses in an aim to give the ultimate in fit and vision.
As we end our triumvirate of Zipp product reviews we now cast our eyes over the Zipp Transition 1 gear bag.
Need a way to carry your vital supplies in style and safety that wont allow them to end up as obstacles for other riders? The Zipp Speed Boxes could fit the bill.
We review the Pearl Izumi Tri Fly V men’s and women’s shoes, plus a little look at some Pearl Izumi socks along the way.
With race wheels getting more and more expensive, you want to make sure they stay in good condition and transporting them safely is a bog part of that equation.
They say “Take care of the little things and the big things will take care of themselves” and nowhere is that more relevant than on the bike.
Aero road helmets are becoming increasingly popular for road and triathlon use. For many users though, ventilation is a potential issue. The Bell Star Pro tries to be the best of both worlds.
We recently told you about some photochromic bifocals on Kickstarter, well we got pre-production pair to test. See what our not so eagle eyed reviewer thinks.
It is a recurring theme on the forum where the question is asked, "What are the best sports headphones?" The folks at Jaybird gave us two sets of their wireless Bluebuds X to sound out.
Previously we had a look at Speedfil's frame mounted hydration options, now we cast an eye over their front and rear mount options.
Triathletes love a gadget, they love data, and they love gadgets that give them data, but how to fit them all on a TT rig?
The last time a "Hickie" was reviewed was probably by some year 9 girls behind the bike shed. Turtle tries out some new elastic laces called Hickies to see if they hold up.