Road Bike Training

Rubric: Other | 18 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Bike Training

Road Bike Training The best bit of advice you will ever receive about road bike training is “ride your bike!” There is more to it than that of course, but when it comes to training for road cycling the more bike riding you can do the better. You need to start somewhere with all sports and with road cycle training that means getting the miles under your belt, then when you have a good foundation of base distance training you can move on to the more specialized training methods. Let’s go through what you have to do from the very start. Base Miles This sounds easy, but it’s not just going out and riding your bike, well it is, but there is much more to it than that. First ...

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Riding Technique Cycling Skills Biking Bicycling Tips by Jim Langley

Rubric: Other | 14 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Riding Technique Cycling Skills Biking Bicycling Tips by Jim Langley

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Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles

Rubric: Road bicycles | 12 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles

Beginners Guide to Riding Road Bicycles Other People Are Reading Buying a Bike The first step in buying a bike is knowing where you’re going to ride. Are you going to be commuting? Do you want to race? Do you want to ride through the city? Or do you just want to ride for leisure? Bicycles come in all shapes and sizes. Those looking for a comfortable ride should look for comfort bikes. These bikes will let you ride in a “head up” position, where the handlebars are situated well above a comfortable seat. Racing bikes will put you in a “head down” position, where the handlebars are situated lower than the seat, and commuter and road bikes will give you the option ...

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Cycling Tips: Off-Road Riding on Road Bikes | Bicycling Magazine

Rubric: Other | 11 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Cycling Tips: Off-Road Riding on Road Bikes | Bicycling Magazine

Sponsored Features A ride on your road bike doesn’t always require smooth blacktop. In fact, dirt roads can offer blissful, low-traffic route options you never thought to consider. The trick is to know how to handle the array of not-so-silky surfaces you may encounter along the way. Washboard THE TERRAIN . Hard ripples that run perpendicular to the road, caused by the stress of cars passing over its surface. Shallow ridges aren’t so bad, but deep ones can become too rough to ride. THE TECHNIQUE . Washboard forms under the tire tracks of vehicles–and then widens across the road as drivers seek a smoother line. If you can’t find a precious strip of smooth dirt at the ...

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Road Bikes

Rubric: Other | 10 Mar 2014 | no comments yet »
Road Bikes

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