As a triathlete, there is nothing more annoying than not having enough space in your bag. Everything still fits before the race, but when you need to store all wet and dirty items afterward it all goes wrong… The ideal bag can provide the necessary rest before the race and because everything is organized you know exactly where all the belongings are stored on race day. Ultimately, the bag must offer enough space for swimming, cycling, and running gear and the necessary aids for the transitions. Even on training days, enough space is needed for an extra pair of running shoes or a dry set of clothes, especially if your bag includes textbooks or a laptop. Cádomotus has developed a series of bags that are suitable for these race and training days in all weather conditions. For long travel, race, or training days these bags literally help you on your way.
Be on your best with the right bag
In order to perform optimally on a training or race day, there are four bags that are specialized in triathlon. In addition, you can use them for speed skating and bike and run races as well. Each of the bags can be used for racing, training, and for days where work and training sessions are combined. The Airflow 2.0 is for daily training, the rainproof Versatile 2.0 is perfect to take with you for a race, for travel days you can easily take the Hybrid Transition Trolley with you, and for the biggest races the World Cup Race Day Bag offers the most professional looking transition bag with enough space.
Due to the diversity of the bags, there is the ideal bag for every athlete. Every triathlete knows days with multiple training sessions in one day. One athlete will travel directly to work after a swim session and will therefore benefit a lot from a waterproof compartment. The other athlete will travel from training session to training session and will benefit from a larger bag that's easy to carry. The wishes also differ for race days. Do you prefer to take something compact with you and do you prefer to take things with you on the outside of the bag? Or do you prefer to store everything behind weather-resistant fabric so everything stays dry and warm?
Ideal for gear of three disciplines
The most important thing as a triathlete is that you can actually store all your belongings in a bag. The bag needs space for three different disciplines. It is normally already filled with swimming goggles, a swim cap, a trisuit, and a wetsuit and that’s it just for the swimming part. With different compartments in each bag, there is room to separate that stuff from the cycling and running gear. For example, there is space to store cycling shoes on the outside or in a compartment on the inside for ideal protection. There is always room to take the helmet without it dangling on the side of the bag. There is also space for small items such as a race belt, a spare band, or keys. The smart design in the bags provides structure. The focus can therefore be entirely on the race or training!