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Whether you are looking for increased comfort, better endurance, better handling, more speed or all of these things, your posture on the bike is the single most important factor. Coach-Tony is both road and triathlon bike fit certified and ranked 5 out of a possible 5 stars on www.slowtwitch.com. Having a good bike position requires the perfect bike fit. This means the correct frame size and geometry for your posture, the proper knee, hip, shoulder, and elbow angles, correct stem length and rise, the correct handlebar width, the appropriate pedal system, and more for your riding style. Shoes and cleat setup as well as pedal alignment also contribute to good fit. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and make an appointment to get fit. Free technical running T-shirt with every bike fit (while supplies last). Read More.
Conventional wisdom says to use both brakes at the same time. This is probably good advice for beginners, who have not yet learned to use their brakes skillfully, but if you don't graduate past this stage, you will never be able to stop as quickly as a cyclist who has learned to use the front brake as the primary stopping brake. In an emergency, the fastest you can stop any bike of normal wheelbase is to apply the front brake so hard the rear wheel is just about to lift off the ground. In this situation, the rear wheel is unable to contribute stopping power because it has no traction. In a non emergency, the front brake should be used (primarily) for stopping while the rear brake is used for control.
When: Sunday, May 22, 2011 8:00 AM Where: Fairmount Park, Riverside, CA Bring: Working bike, tools for changing tire (tire levers, spare tube, CO2 or pump), helmet, water bottleRead more for topics.
This marriage and family friendly Ironman training program provides what you need to complete an Ironman without sacrificing too much time away from your loved ones. The plan calls for 5 workouts per week giving you one weekend day and one weekend day without workouts. Total hours needed per week range from 7 hours for the easy weeks to 12 hours for the tough weeks. The plan assumes you have sufficient base training. Read more
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