HOW TO USE THE TRIATHLON TRANSITION BAG ?

Triathlon is three sports in one - which means three times as much gear! From personal habits to essential equipment, triathletes have a long list of things to remember to put in their bags to prevent unpleasant surprises on race day.

Wouldn't a bag that was especially designed to make race day prep easier be great?

Find out more about all the features on our transition bag that was designed for beginner and intermediate triathletes. Its three separate compartments will keep you organised for all three sports.

SWIMMING COMPARTMENT

This compartment at the bottom of the bag can hold a wetsuit, swim cap, goggles, anti-chafing stick and small towel for drying your feet when getting out of the water. The compartment is waterproof so you can pack your wetsuit in it after your swim.

 

A CYCLING COMPARTMENT 

This compartment is on top of the bag and can hold your helmet, cycling shoes and a small windcheater.

 

A RUNNING COMPARTMENT

This central compartment can hold your triathlon suit, shoes, cap and sunglasses.

The bag also has multiple pockets to hold energy gels and bars, sunscreen and other small items. Two pockets on either side can be used for water bottles.

A checklist in the bag will help you never forget anything again.

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A PRACTICAL BAG

As you can see, this bag is a must to prep and carry your gear to and from the race.

It's also great for keeping your things to hand during all your training workouts.

This bag can be adapted to suit your needs. The swimming compartment can be removed to have a smaller bag.

Besides being designed to prep and carry your gear, this bag also makes a great carry-on bag: it fits all cabin bag size restrictions. With a total capacity of 35L, you can carry everything you need.

The comfortable straps are padded and the bag can be adjusted at the chest for even more comfort. The backpack format makes it easy to carry your gear while having your hands free, such as when you're biking.

And there's one last storage pocket: a small pocket on the outside of the bag to hold an ID and keys.

This 3-in-1 bag will be your best ally for your next triathlon to make to the race with all your equipment!

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Chrystèle

I have been doing triathlons for 10 years. Having tackled various formats from super sprint to Ironman, my preferred format is now long-distance.

The two disciplines were I am most comfortable are cycling and running and of the two, I prefer running.

I am particularly strong on courses over hilly terrain. I love triathlon because it is a complete sport which brings together a number of the values that I share.

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