Beginner Triathlete - Bike articles

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 : Writebrained
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photoRiding Zen means nothing more than being keenly aware of your surroundings and in control of your emotional state at all times. It also means riding safe and riding smart.
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 : alicefoeller
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photoHow I've changed my cycling preferences over the years, and why
author : TINKARRA
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photoMost of the races are flat here, but I live in the area where I could do hilly rides with 1500-2000m of climbing. Is there much benefit with that if I am racing flat?
author : FitWerx
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photoSeveral strategies for coping with or preventing numb toes and feet
author : FitWerx
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photoThis article will discuss the differences between TrainerRoad and PowerTap's power numbers and how to best use each of them.
author : Ali Winslow
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photoIs there an 8-12 week plan to improve technique and strength on the bike, with some running in it as well?
author : juliapurr
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photoBored out of your mind or watching a movie? Amp it up on the bike trainer.
author : Ali Winslow
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photoHow to improve your bike split in a triathlon through careful planning and execution of your training schedule
author : Amy Kuitse
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photoHow to train for hills when you don't have any hills to train on
author : Troy Jacobson
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photoEfficiency and energy conservation are key to faster cycling
author : FitWerx
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photoRoad cyclists tend to have a higher cadence than triathletes. Why is this? Is it bad?
author : Troy Jacobson
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photoWhat is the difference between a recovery ride and junk miles?
author : Troy Jacobson
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photoHow to get faster and still keep your job and family
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