Road Biking

Rubric: Triathlon | 23 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Biking

All About Road Biking What to Expect in Spin Class. Spin classes are often tucked away, toward the back of a gym. This lack of visibility, coupled with the dim lighting, increases the mystery of an indoor cycling class. The mystery is one to crack o. With its multitude of bike paths and pro-cycling culture, Holland is a natural destination for a cyclist’s vacation. About a quarter of all daily trips by locals are conducted by bike . reports the website Yesmagtazine.org. Join. Cycling is all about endurance. This is a sport where rides can last for hours at a time. Knowing the different pedaling techniques can make your time in the saddle more efficient. Your pedal stroke is divided ...

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Road Bike; How to Buy Off-Road, Long Distance, Marathon, etc.

Rubric: Triathlon | 21 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Bike; How to Buy Off-Road, Long Distance, Marathon, etc.

Road Bikes Buying Guide Road bikes are mean, lean, speed machines perfect for touring or racing on smooth, flat, long roads. They cut through wind on super-light frames, with dropped handlebars and narrow, smooth tires. Or on heavier frames, with wide handlebars and thick tires. The choices are endless but the sleekness is the same. Keep in mind that road bikes are not the way to go if you are looking for a budget-friendly bike. These babies, new, will run you at least $400 and that’s just at a beginner’s level (some used or older bikes can be found for a little cheaper). For the serious racer, you’re talking up to $5000. and beyond. The road bikes that are available for ...

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Cycling Training Plans and Programs

Rubric: Triathlon | 17 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Cycling Training Plans and Programs

Cycling Training Plans and Programs Don’t miss a thing! Make sure you like BikeCyclingReviews on Facebook. your cycling fan page! Cycling training used to be a case of miles, miles and more miles, now things are a bit more scientific, with the use of pulse rate monitors and power cranks. Pulse Monitors There are many different pulse monitors, some cycling specific and some only read your pulse, and these are good but are an extra thing to clutter up the handlebars on your bike or wrist. Cycling specific heart rate monitors give much more information at the touch of a button. Polar. and specially its triathlon heart rate monitor, the Polar S725x is perhaps the most known brand for fitness ...

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Road Bike; How to Buy Off-Road, Long Distance, Marathon, etc.

Rubric: Triathlon | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Bike; How to Buy Off-Road, Long Distance, Marathon, etc.

Road Bikes Buying Guide Road bikes are mean, lean, speed machines perfect for touring or racing on smooth, flat, long roads. They cut through wind on super-light frames, with dropped handlebars and narrow, smooth tires. Or on heavier frames, with wide handlebars and thick tires. The choices are endless but the sleekness is the same. Keep in mind that road bikes are not the way to go if you are looking for a budget-friendly bike. These babies, new, will run you at least $400 and that’s just at a beginner’s level (some used or older bikes can be found for a little cheaper). For the serious racer, you’re talking up to $5000. and beyond. The road bikes that are available for ...

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Best road racing tyres

Rubric: Triathlon | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Best road racing tyres

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Road Biking

Rubric: Triathlon | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Biking

All About Road Biking What to Expect in Spin Class. Spin classes are often tucked away, toward the back of a gym. This lack of visibility, coupled with the dim lighting, increases the mystery of an indoor cycling class. The mystery is one to crack o. With its multitude of bike paths and pro-cycling culture, Holland is a natural destination for a cyclist’s vacation. About a quarter of all daily trips by locals are conducted by bike . reports the website Yesmagtazine.org. Join. Cycling is all about endurance. This is a sport where rides can last for hours at a time. Knowing the different pedaling techniques can make your time in the saddle more efficient. Your pedal stroke is divided ...

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Cervélo Soloist Carbon Road Bike | Road Bike Rider

Rubric: Triathlon | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Cervélo Soloist Carbon Road Bike | Road Bike Rider

Cervélo Soloist Carbon Road Bike so efficient you’ll hammer, climb and sprint like never before buffers road vibrations beautifully for a go-all-day ride aero frame profile is slippery into wind aero seatpost matches integrated designs with none of the hassles stunning paint finish and prestigious marque large hollow tubes transmit and amplify every noise seatpost shim needed but not supplied with bike aero frame profile catches heavy crosswinds Price: $3,200 for frame/fork; $4,400 with Ultegra; $5,400 with Dura-Ace; $6,900 as tested with personal component choices Sizes: 48, 51, 54, 56 (tested), 58 and 61 cm (all compact) Weight: frame, 2.89 lb. (1.31 kg); fork, 0.5 lb. (240 g); seatpost, ...

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Cycling Shoes & Pedal Systems

Rubric: Triathlon | 16 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Cycling Shoes & Pedal Systems

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bike

Rubric: Triathlon | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
bike

BIKE Q. Do I need to buy an expensive triathlon bike? A. Almost anything with two wheels in your garage (no recumbants, no engines) can get you started at no extra cost. You’ll certainly catch the triathlon flu though and likely be rushing out to get a bike that’ll help cut some time off your bike split. Q. Will a new bike make me faster? A. The engine is the most important part of the bike, and that’s you. If you aren’t in shape, the bike isn’t going to help that much. With that being said, as you get the engine going, you want to start to give it some help by getting more aerodynamic. Bike fit is priority #1 as the best bike not set up properly will be of ...

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Cannondale Bicycle Corporation

Rubric: Triathlon | 15 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Cannondale Bicycle Corporation

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