08/02/2018 at 17:40
Bought discounted from Wiggle on April 21 2015, £299.95.
Come boxed and with the Elite mat (RRP £50).
The trainer (ANT compatible) has been upgraded since I've bought it.
- ANT+ compatible
- Works fine with Zwift
- it won't work with the bike computer that came with it (ANT only)
Still works fine with MyEtraining software from Elite (free). And as mentioned earlier it works with Zwift (subscription, 1 month free).
MyEtraining and Zwift should work out of the box on most Android phones. On iPhones and MacBook you will need to purchase an ANT+ USB stick (from £10 to £40).
Any questions please let me know.
Selling as upgraded to a Wahoo Kickr.
No time waster, please.
08/02/2018 at 17:37
Selling my Pro-Lite Gavia carbon wheelset 700c. RRP £900
Back tyre: Tubular Continental Sprinter
Front tyre: Tubular Continental Competition (has only been ridden a few miles)
Comes with the instruction guide, spare spokes and hubs.
Any question please ask.
08/02/2018 at 17:30
Selling my loved Fuji D6 1.5 TT carbon bike.
Done the 90k bike leg of my 1st 70.3 last August in 2h43mn. This is a very fast bike.
Size 56cm. I'm 6' (1m83). The saddle can go a little bit higher and much lower.
Sold with original Oval wheels (not the ZIPP).
Comes with pedals (speedplay zero), Pro-Design front hydration system (barely used) and Elite bottle cage.
It's been serviced right now so should be as good as new
frame type Rigid
frame material Carbon Fibre
(The quick guide to carbon fibre)
gears 20 speed
chainset type Standard Double 53-39
(What is a standard road double chainset?)
wheel size 700C
rear derailleur Shimano Ultegra
brakeset Tektro T-925 Tri w/cartridge pads Tektro T-925 Tri w/cartridge pads Oval 700 forged alloy
chainset FSA Gossamer
shifters Shimano SL-BS79 Bar End TT shifters, 20-speed
cassette Shimano Tiagra
wheels Oval 327 aero alloy clincher
frame material C5 high-modulus carbon fibre
frame description C5 carbon w/ aero shaped tubes, internal cable routing, EST (extended seat tube), integrated alloy cupped head tube, double water bottle mounts, Rear Triangle: C5 carbon aero stays w/ BC (brake cavity) design, cold forged dropout w/replaceable hanger
brake caliper front Tektro T-925 Tri w/cartridge pads
brake caliper rear Tektro T-925 Tri w/cartridge pads
brake levers Oval 700 forged alloy
bottom bracket FSA MegaExo sealed bearing
cassette (rear cogs) Shimano Tiagra, 11-25T, 10-speed
chain KMC X10, 10-speed
crank FSA Gossamer forged alloy
pedals Not Included
derailleur front Shimano Ultegra, braze-on mount
derailleur rear Shimano Ultegra, 10-speed
shifter(s) Shimano SL-BS79 Bar End TT shifters, 20-speed
grips Oval 300 suede-padded tape
handlebar Oval 750 alloy base bar w/ 750 alloy extensions
headset FSA Orbit CE 1 1/8" integrated w/ alloy top cover
rigid forks FC-440 Fuji carbon aero monocoque w/ 1 1/8" carbon steerer w/ internal routing
saddle Oval R500T Triathlon w/ CrMo hollow rails
seat post Fuji Carbon Aero Multi-Position
stem Oval 313 3D-forged 6061 alloy, 31.8mm, +/- 7 degrees
06/09/2017 at 14:35
I have the same problem.
I've been told by a friend that swimming is the most technical out of the three disciplines.
Best would be to be part of a swimming club. Or a triathlon club with swimming coaches.
I'm mainly training on my own. And just bought 'Swimming Speed Workouts'. No idea if it will help or not, but I will give it a go
06/09/2017 at 14:32
01/09/2017 at 14:18
If you are on the West side of London, I'm selling my Fuji D6 1.5 bike (check the sale section of this forum).
30/08/2017 at 20:55
I went for a Kronos-9 from Evo2max.
Stunning bike. However, same for Canyon I suppose, it's sold online and you will have to make all the settings yourself if possible (on mine I can't raise the handle bars).
Therefore, I would advise to go to a shop and go for Argon or Felt and make sure they set it to your needs.
With your budget, add a power meter.
30/08/2017 at 18:56
I haven't seen any.
A workaround would be to use Strava. But if you want to split your swim / bike / run, you might loose time starting / stopping Strava between each activity.
30/08/2017 at 18:52
I use to have the Garmin 920 XT. Really good for swimming, cycling and running, plus the odd sports (skiing).
The downsides were its the look (a bit bulky), and while I've never competed in half / full ironman with it, I'm not sure it would have been able to record it all.
I now have the Suunto Spartan Ultra. And completed my first 70.3 race with it. After 5h35mn the battery was still at 57%. It looks great, I'm wearing the watch all the time.
It comes at a high price, but so far it's worth every penny.
I think all watches those days offers auto sync to Strava, so it's not a differentiator. but Suunto creates a movie of your activity, whereas Garmin doesn't (but if you pair Strava with Relive you will get something similar)
Both watches give time
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