Do you wear your transition bag during the entire race or do you stash it somewhere between the swim and bike transition?
Alma from Washington D.C.
Thank you for contacting TriathaNewbie.com!
Good question and glad you email us! You do not carry or stash a transition bag anywhere. The race organizers have numbered spots for all of your stuff. We have three articles that will give you ALL of the information you need to know about how to set up a Transition and move through it effectively:
- Setting Up Your Triathlon Transition Spot
- Triathlon Transition 1 (T1), Swim to Bike
- Triathlon Transition 2 (T2), Bike to Run
Please let us know if you have any other questions and please take some time to look through the website to learn lots of other important triathlon facts.
TriathaNewbie.com Recommended Resources:
Triathlon Swim : – Get the low-down on gear and read tips for training and events.
Triathlon Bike: – Learn how to structure bike workouts, find safety tips and read recommendations on great bike gear.
Triathlon Run : – Get the ultimate skinny on running sneakers, running gear, safety tips and much more.
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