Women

Gwen Jorgensen's 9 Rules for a better bike leg

Women

It seems hard to believe, but Gwen Jorgensen is still a relative newbie to triathlon. It has been less than five years since the former collegiate swimmer and runner was recruited by triathlon legend Barb Lundquist to give multisport a try. To say Jorgensen was hesitant would be an understatement - though she loved swimming and running, her experience on a bicycle was nonexistent.

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Women
Triathletes

Behind the Team - Team Bravo

Triathletes

We spoke to some of the minds behind one of triathlon's newest racing teams, Brazil's Team Bravo to get to know how this latest venture got started. Talk us through the evolution of this team. The idea started with discussions between a group of friends in Brazil about the current state of professional triathlon. Globally, some nations seem to be thriving (Aus, USA, UK, DE, NZL etc) while othe …

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Interviews
Tech

XLAB Delta 400 Rear Carrier System

Tech

XLAB is one of the world’s leading accessory manufacturer and boasts over 25 World Titles. The US-based company recently released a rear-mounted system (tech speak for attachment to the saddle) labelled the Delta 400, and we at firstoffthebike.com headquarters have put it through its paces.

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Bike
Training

Fumbling through the Nutrition & Dieting Minefield

Training

With our current access to diets and trends via all strands of social media, the pressure to belong to and ‘follow’ certain diet groups has never been higher.

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Nutrition
News

Three of Australia’s Best IRONMAN Athletes to Battle it out at Toyota IRONMAN Australia

News

2015 marks the 30th anniversary of Ironman Australia, and for all the lowdown of who will be there, we've got you covered.

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Features

Roth announces 2015 pro field

News

At Challenge Roth on July 12 on 250,000 spectators are again expected to watch the event along the race course, and they may look forward to an exciting competition of an impressive number of top athletes.

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