Beginner Triathlete - Bike articles

author : Coach AJ
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photoSo when it comes to triathlon, the largest investment we make, in both terms, comes in the bike. Looking at ways to get faster, while considering a budget, is a bind for most triathletes.
author : Rich Strauss
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photoTri clubs offer all of us, from beginner to advanced athlete, a venue in which we can realign our perspective of what “fast” and “far” are, pushing us to new and greater heights of performance.
author : Rich Strauss
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avatarThe physics and physiology of high and low cadence cycling. Both low and high cadence work are useful for increasing your “cadence comfort,” or your comfort within a wide range of cadences.
author : Glenn
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avatarMany of us do not enjoy the ‘pleasures’ of training on a stationery trainer. “Boring”, ”mind-numbing”, “a drag” are three phrases often associated with indoor trainers.
author : Don Magie
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A better bike is not the answer to meeting your performance goals. I mean if you gave Nike running shoes to a tortoise would he move any faster?
author : Don Magie
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photoIntroduction to our new cycling writer, Don Magie.
author : Don Magie
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photoKnown for its brutal cadences, nasty sprints and 12-minute hills, the spin class seems to be the perfect substitute for a raunchy ride outside. But is it?
author : Ron
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avatarA few things to keep in mind.
author : owie
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avatarYou ride hard enough that you are working but not so hard that you can’t do the same thing the next day. 700 km or 400 miles a week.
author : AskMrsBT
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avatar"Being novices to the sport, we feel a bit anxious about our lack of knowledge about competing in a triathlon. Our primary worry? The bike leg."
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avatarLessen your fear by learning some cornering techniques.
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avatarBikes need to be treated as vehicles by those who ride them.
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