Training and Technique

Turbo Time: Getting Set Up

There is sometimes a fine line between want and need. Getting set up with a turbo trainer involves a fair number of decisions on what you want and what you need. This can be a tricky process because what you need to turbo is very Read More …

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Turbo Time

I have something of a love / hate relationship with my turbo trainer. I hate the turbo: To me, cycling is all about freedom. There is nothing free about riding to nowhere in the garage. It can be oh so boring. When I am on Read More …

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Descending: The Wisdom of Keith

Descending I absolutely love descending. My approach to descending is possibly best described as kamikaze. I have no idea why, but going downhill fast on a road bike is something that causes me very little fear. I recently attended a coaching session and the coach Read More …

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Climbing: The Wisdom of Bob

Climbing hills is absolutely not my favourite aspect of cycling (descending is, I only excuse hills from going up because they obligingly go down again). I am getting to be on better terms with uphill as my technique has improved, however. Now, on the few Read More …

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