New Product: Tri-Eva Visors

We all know that the summer sun can wreak havoc on our skin and eyes, causing fine lines and much worse. Keep those harmful rays at bay- and look great, too- with our new Tri-Eva visors. In summer white with your choice of red, grey or blue logo, Tri-Eva visors are a refreshing new choice for your summer workouts or just for hanging out! Click here to buy.

Tri-Eva Gets Rave Reviews!

When Tri-Eva wrote an article about Jenny Hinshaw for our Inspiring Women page, we thought that she’d be a great customer as well. We were more than thrilled to discover how much she- an amazing triathlete as well as a clothing industry professional- loved Tri-Eva’s product as is evidenced here in her glowing review. Glad to hear that one of our inspiring women will also be sporting our brand! Tri-EVA Product Review by Jenny Hinshaw, NYC endurance marathoner, Triathlete As an avid endurance athlete, I am in constant search of really amazing product/gear. I just … Continue reading

Gals for Cal – Fundraising Triathlon Team

In June, we told you about Gals for Cal, a team of inspiring women tackling triathlons to help fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Some of the Gals have just finished their first Olympic-distance triathlon (you go, Gals!) and others will be competing in the Danskin Sprint triathlon on July 22nd. We think that the Gals are amazing! Read the inspiring story of the Gals and how they are “livin’ large” as a fundraising triathlon team. http://tri-eva.com/motivation/gals-for-cal-triathlon/

What Does it Take to Do a Triathlon?

Determination, Guts, Oh… and Learning How to Swim Newbie triathlete Helena Redshaw shares the story of completing her first triathlon. Though she insists it’s a bit wordy, we really enjoyed every detail of her experience and think you will, too. Short on time? Don’t miss the last two paragraphs where Helena’s words are sure to inspire you, no matter where you are in your triathlon journey! What does it take to do a triathlon? Well of course all the inspiring stuff….you know….sheer determination, 100% commitment, being focused, overcoming your fears and setting your mind to … Continue reading

A Beginner’s Guide to Race Day Nutrition

How to stay fuelled on race day can get really confusing. Between carbs and protein, millilitres and grams, longer races and sprints, and conflicting research studies, there is a lot to process. Trying to weed through it all, triathlon nutrition may become even more daunting than that first open water swim. We’re going to try to make it easy. Check out our Beginner’s Guide to Race Day Nutrition for a breakdown of the calories you need, when you need them… and learn if you really need calories during your race at all.

Cycling a Pain in the Saddle?

Soreness, chafing, irritation, numbness… do these words conjure up the relationship that your lady parts have with your bike? Do you find yourself out of the saddle- not to spin out your legs or speed up a hill, but just to give your nether regions some relief? A long bike ride is a beautiful thing, but the pain that you’re experiencing may be leading you to question cycling at all. Check out our latest article, Saddle Soreness – What’s Tri-Eva to Do? for ideas on relieving saddle pain once and for all!

Tri-Eva Supports Gals for Cal

Tri-Eva is proud to support Gals for Cal, an amazing team of women participating in triathlon and raising money towards ending Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. The Gals for Cal started in 2009 as a few friends of the Quitzau family wanting to do “something” to help their young son, Calvin, who at age 5 was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, a fatal genetic disease that is diagnosed in childhood and currently has no treatment or cure. Twenty women got together along with Calvin’s mother to do their first sprint triathlon as a team with the purpose of raising awareness and funds … Continue reading

Summer Training Tips – Peak Weeks and Taper Time

Race season is here so it’s time to train for peak fitness and to taper to get ready to race your best! Check out our latest training article, Training Tips-Summer, written especially to guide you in the weeks before your biggest summer race(s). Curious about what a Peak Phase is? Unsure of how to taper? Never heard of either? Our summer training tips will help. And if you still have questions, please let us know. We are glad to share our own racing and training experiences or we’ll Ask the Experts to get you the answers you’re looking … Continue reading

Four Tips to Finding a Great Triathlon Coach

If you’ve signed up for a triathlon, you probably have a training plan. If not, there are many online resources for a 12- or 16-week plan. But if you need a bit more instruction on the swim, bike, or run, you may want to consider getting a coach. A coach can help provide the structure for mastering the three disciplines and even a little accountability to keep you motivated. But, because it’s an investment, here are a few tips to consider: 1. What Do You Want to Achieve? Whether it’s focusing on a single discipline … Continue reading

Tri-Eva Online Store Now Open!!

Hello America! We are excited to announce that the Tri-Eva online store is now open and ready for business. We are proud to offer you our flattering, comfortable and high-performance triathlon kit, designed specifically for you, the fabulous female triathlete. Want to know more about us? Have questions? Worried about fit? We’d love to hear from you. While you’re here, check out our advice on getting started, training and motivation. Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to becoming your favorite triathlon clothing brand!