How do you measure a triathlon bike for fit?
- Two other important triathlon bike fit measurements are the top tube and head tube of the bike. To measure the top tube, measure from the center of the seat tube to the center of the head tube horizontally. The head tube is relatively easy, with measuring from the bottom to the top of the head tube.
How do you write triathlon numbers?
The smallest number is the helmet number, the middle sized number is you run number, and the long piece is your number for your bike.
What do you use for triathlon body marking?
Body marking participants using products that are “body safe” is recognized as important to operating a safe event. As a result, USA Triathlon recommends the use of FDA compliant markers and tattoos instead of popular art or industrial markers for body marking.
What do you need for a triathlon?
The Must-Have Triathlon List:
- Wear your triathlon clothing and shoes. For many, we simply recommend wearing your tri shorts and your tri top or shirt to the race.
- Bike. This might seem obvious, but people have forgotten bikes before.
- Bike Carrier.
- Bike Shoes.
- Swim Goggles.
- Wetsuit, if needed.
- Bike helmet.
What are tribal tattoos?
Tribal tattoos have been used by different cultures for hundreds of years as marks that show the affiliation of people within a particular culture or ‘society’. Some people who belonged to a tribe received a mark implanted in their skin that showed they belonged to that particular clan.
What do triathletes write on skin?
why sportsafe Unlike art or industrial markers which can contain toxic ingredients, Sportsafe markers are made using FDA compliant cosmetic ingredients and are waterproof. Applications include swim meets, triathlons, mud runs & obstacle races, roller derby, and much more.
What markers are safe for skin?
Sharpie Fine Point Markers are the safest pens to use on skin. Even with these pens, it’s a good idea to avoid writing on the lips or near the eyes. King Size Sharpie, Magnum Sharpie, and Touch-Up Sharpie contain xylene, which is neurotoxic and may damage other organs.