JeffBrown

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17/02/2016 at 18:20

I would recommend actually going to a shop where they either fit you on the bike, or you can test out bikes yourself and find what is comfortable to you.  Everyone is different and a bike someone else says is amazing might be the worse bike you have ever ridden on to you.  So I would just find a place to test some out/get fitted and go with what feels right to you.

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17/02/2016 at 17:58

Very good reviews, I will definitely look back to this when I need to get a new pair of goggles, thanks for taking the time to do this!

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16/02/2016 at 02:33

I don't see why they wouldn't be good, if they are comfortable, go for it.  I've heard of many people wearing skins for swimming, so its really personal preference.

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16/02/2016 at 00:45

Agreed, Having a separate cassette for each rear wheel makes it so much easier switching between wheels, and will save you precious riding time.

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14/02/2016 at 17:00

Elastic laces are the way to go, they provide more then enough support (not as much as normal laces, but its enough) and it makes it easier to transition.

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14/02/2016 at 16:51

I would just try giving the chiropractor and therapy some more time to work.  For some people it takes a bit longer to work out any sort of stiffness.  And if that doesn't work, see a specialist to see if it is something more severe.

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14/02/2016 at 00:14

I like vibrelli mini bike pump, it is cheaper price, and very good. As for saddle bags, I like the topeak Edge saddle bags

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14/02/2016 at 00:03

I personally think bibs are more comfortable then a tri suit, but I have heard other people say the opposite, it is all personal preference.

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12/02/2016 at 23:17

As all have stated above, getting a good dose of vitamin C in the morning either through lemon water or orange juice will help out greatly.  The Ginger is also good to detoxify the body. 

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12/02/2016 at 23:11

I would just get a pair of swimbuds, and put your iphone in a waterproof case.  You won't have to worry about anything interfering with the bluetooth signal since they are wired.  Ive never had any luck with bluetooth stuff above water at a longer distance, let alone under water.

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