How to Wash Your Triathlon Gear

With three sports rolled into one, triathlon can leave you with a lot of dirty gear. When your bike is no longer white, or your heart rate monitor is covered in salt, it may be time to give them a wash.

While these items are durable enough to withstand an IRONMAN, each needs to be washed in a specific manner. It can get confusing, but don't worry-- we'll have you grime-free in no time.

Infographic on how to wash your triathlon gear.

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Michael Nystrom

Michael Nystrom is the triathlon editor for Active.com. A California native, Michael graduated from the University of Southern California with a master's degree in journalism. He has done several sprint- and olympic-distance triathlons, raced Ironman 70.3 California and raced Ironman 140.6 Arizona. Follow Michael on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.

Michael Nystrom is the triathlon editor for Active.com. A California native, Michael graduated from the University of Southern California with a master's degree in journalism. He has done several sprint- and olympic-distance triathlons, raced Ironman 70.3 California and raced Ironman 140.6 Arizona. Follow Michael on Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.

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