Saturday, 21.10.2017

Tribal - HK’s Top Athletic Shop For Fitness Fanatics

[28/10/11] 

Tribal is Hong Kong’s finest athletic shop, using cutting edge technology to help you better the man next you - at least in terms of gear. That’s very important because men love to indulge in new equipment. There are few things that boost your performance like new gadgetry - you’ll rarely play better than when you’re trialing someone else’s driver/racket/bike. It’s just a shame you end up regressing as soon as you’ve bought the equipment.

Set up by two triathlete nuts, Andrew Wright and Mark Collins, they offer free running gait analysis, shoe customization and are the official distributor of Storck bikes in Hong Kong. Of course it might be embarrassing speaking to these elite sportsmen about overcoming your problems with a 2% incline but your credit card should iron out any difficulties.

Their other key services include Retul and FIST bike fit, bike mechanics workshops and personal coaching, while their products range from Oakley to GoPro and Asics to Mizuno. They’re based in Happy Valley and although we’re still not convinced running, swimming or cycling are real sports, they're still the place to kit up.

Giving you confidence when you're getting changed.


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