Triathlon clothing

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Triathlon clothing

Postby wasabipeanut3 » 10 May 2011, 10:36

Hi,
does anyone know a good store for triathlon/cycling clothing & shoes?
Most bike shops have a very small range.
Also I'll need specialist shorts for the running/cycling leg or a tri suit but I haven't seen these anywhere.
Thanks
Ants.
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Re: Triathlon clothing

Postby ludahai » 17 May 2011, 07:29

wasabipeanut3 wrote:Hi,
does anyone know a good store for triathlon/cycling clothing & shoes?
Most bike shops have a very small range.
Also I'll need specialist shorts for the running/cycling leg or a tri suit but I haven't seen these anywhere.
Thanks
Ants.


I got mine at the Decathlon store in Taichung... Also, many running/triathlon clubs have their own tri uniforms. If you join one of them, they should be able to hook you up with a uniform...
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Re: Triathlon clothing

Postby Edgar Allen » 17 May 2011, 10:32

wiggle works thats a .co.uk address. If you spend over 200 quid delivery is free. I just had a new bike carrier and all sorts of clothing delivered in about 4 days,
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