Yes, your bike splits probably could be improved. Most triathletes have not been properly set-up for performance or comfort on their bicycle and most are not riding a Serotta TT. For years, triahletes have been prey to an industry eager to lighten their pockets with ''high-tech'' temptations. For the most part, the high speed turnover is the rate of passing fads rather than improved performance. The Serotta TT is built upon a Legend Ti platform with the addition of our ''BigAir'' aero down tube, which reduces drag, but not at the expense of power transfer and added weight that typically occurs with other aero frames.
I've been trying to get my power down on my TT bike for quite a while now but I don't seem to be as fast as I should. On regular road races and crits I feel that I can push myself much harder and I don't really get that feeling while at the TT bike, legs just blow up if I try to go really fast.
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Came across this today...
[url=http://www.cycleexif.com/daniel-bragin]Proposal: Russian Olympic Cycling Team[/url]
As a vintage bike freak and icon-painter myself I find this very interesting. However I find materialistic uses of religious iconography to be a ... Read More »
I wanted to write a short note to let you know about our club's (Contra Costa Cycling Club or Kovarus Wells Fargo team) annual hill climb on June 22. The climb starts at the kiosk on North Gate Road and climbs 1740 ft in 6.2 miles to the ranger house just below the junction. Last ... Read More »
If you're in Arizona or within driving distance there's a great uphill time trail in Phoenix on Saturday May 11th.
Here’re the links to the website for more info and to register.
[url=http://www.teamvitesse.com/#!south-mountain-tt]Team Vitesse - Cycling, Triathlon, Mountain Biking[/url]
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