As triathletes, we are part of a sport that doesn't come cheap. Unless, of course, we compare it to the cost of inactivity - but that's a discussion for a different day. The fact is, it costs money to compete, and very few of us have unlimited funds with which to work. So the question comes down to this: "What are the best investments I can make to get faster?"
You've seen the cost of the Aerobar Edge. You've also likely plugged your own numbers into our intriguing Aero Quotient (AQ) calculator to discover just how much time you'll save as a result of your investment. But how does this compare to other purchase options? Here's a quick overview for your review based on www.aerosportsresearch.com data:
Additional potential investments that weren't reviewed for specific time savings but are worth noting for the sake of comparison to other items include:
You may not be able to put a price on happiness, but if getting the most possible improvement at the lowest possible cost makes you happy, then it might be smart to take a closer look at the Aerobar Edge computerized training/racing device. Yes - we're completely prejudiced about the value of this cool new device, but the numbers don't lie!