Looking for a special gift for that triathlete in your life?

VeloPress has plenty of gift ideas that will help your favorite athlete reach new goals, train their brain, fuel effectively, and feel inspired. Here are just a few ideas:

triathlon gift books The Brave Athlete TBA Iron War IW Feed Zone Table FZT Life's Too Short LTS Women Who Tri WWT The Triathlete's Training Diary TTD

Saving Lucy

by Ishbel Rose Holmes
Journey over 1,000 miles with World Bike Girl and street dog Lucy in this epic adventure story of healing and finding home.
Read a chapter!

The Brave Athlete

by Dr. Simon Marshall and Lesley Paterson
If the thoughts and feelings you don’t want are becoming obstacles in your sport and life, consider digging deep and training your brain with this mental guide from a sport psychology expert and a pro athlete.
Watch this 2-minute video to learn more!


Fast-Track Triathlete

by Matt Dixon
Train for long-course triathlon without sacrificing work or life. Elite triathlon coach Matt Dixon makes high performance in sport and work-life balance possible—you can have it all!

Life’s Too Short To Go So F*cking Slow

by Susan Lacke
This extraordinary story is about running and triathlon, growth and heartbreak, and an epic friendship that went the distance.  Susan shares the story of her friendship with Carlos that changed her life forever.
Read excerpts from the book.


The Triathlete’s Training Diary, 2nd. Ed.

by Joe Friel
A perfect companion to any triathlon training program, this yearlong diary has 53 undated weeks so you can pick it up at anytime. The diary will help you plan and record workouts and races, track goals, and see improvements.

How Bad Do You Want It?

by Matt Fitzgerald
Strengthen mental toughness with this exploration of the mind in endurance sport. Matt Fitzgerald interviews elites from different sports to look at the psychology of mind over muscle.

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