2011 Triathlete Buyer’s Guide Online Content

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Whether you’re a beginner looking to get started, or a gear head who can’t get enough of aero wheels and power meters, the Triathlete Buyer’s Guide is your resource for every category of triathlon gear, packed with nearly 300 products from bikes to nutrition to shoes.

If you’re a subscriber to Triathlete magazine, you’ve either received the Triathlete Buyer’s Guide or will see it in your mailbox soon. Otherwise, you can subscribe to Triathlete now and you’ll receive the guide. It is also available on newsstands now! For now, enjoy these exclusive videos and photos of some of our favorite products featured in the guide, and don’t forget to enter to win the Trek Speed Concept 9.9 featured on the cover!

Win The Trek Speed Concept 9.9 On The Cover!

Click here to learn more about the cover bike from Chris Lieto.
Click here to learn more about the cover bike from Chris Lieto.
Click here to learn how to win the Trek Speed Concept 9.9 from the cover.
Click here to learn how to win the Trek Speed Concept 9.9 from the cover.

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Videos (Click on an image to watch the video)

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Reynolds RZR 92.2
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Lightweight VR8
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Zipp Sub-9
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Zipp 808
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Easton EC90 Aero TT
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Profile Design T3+/T2 Wing
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Hed Corsair
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Pro Missile Evo
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Vision Vector
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Specialized TT2
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Fuji D6 3.0
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Look 596 I-Pack
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Scott Plasma Premium
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Blue Triad SL
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Argon E-18 E80
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Quintana Roo Project Illicito
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Felt B16
Trek Speed Concept 9.9
Trek Speed Concept 9.9

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Photo Galleries (Click on an image to view the gallery)

Cervelo P4
Cervelo P4
Blue Triad SL
Blue Triad SL
Cannondale Slice 4
Cannondale Slice 4
Easton Attack TT
Easton Attack TT
Madfiber
Madfiber
SRAM Red
SRAM Red
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Shimano Dura-Ace Di2
Running Shoes
Running Shoes
Specialized Transition Pro
Specialized Transition Pro

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OldBikeForward Thinking: The Evolution Of The Triathlon Bike

Nearly every triathlon bike in the Triathlete Buyer’s Guide is built around a common design element that was considered radical as recently as a decade ago: They all have steep seat tube angles. Click here to read an article on how the steep seat tube angle came to be.