Choose between the GORE Bike Wear regular and thermo Race Power II Shoe Covers. Or just get both pairs. The Gore-Tex Performance Shell blocks moisture without sealing your shoe and foot in air-tight stuffiness, while abrasion-resistant material at the sole increases this shoe cover?s durability. Cut-outs accommodate both your pedal system and the heel of your shoe, while an adjustable hook-and-loop system and neoprene stretch shaft top provide a snug, aerodynamic fit. The thermo shoe cover has a warm fleece backing for chilly races.
I'd like to share with you some power data I have collected and get your input to help me understand it.
This weekend was the state championship here in Minnesota, and I raced both days on the same course in the same temperature, (although it was a little slicker by Sunda ... Read More »
I'll make this short and sweet. I've been riding for 2 years as of 2 months ago. Just received my Powertap one week ago. Currently getting used to seeing wattage. Haven't done official testing yet, but training is testing, testing is training. I've read Hunter and Andy Coggan's bible, and am current ... Read More »
We all know the value of the data we get from our training rides with a power meter, how many of you who train with a power meter also race with it? Do you have two sets of wheels each with a power meter?
We see the pros race with SRM cranks but what about racing with a Cycleops Power Meter, is ... Read More »
So to the power meter owners, do you race/TT with your power meter? or just use HR strap and the head unit. What kind of power meter do you use?
Reason for asking: I use a power tap in my training wheelset, but I am debating having another one put into a race wheelset (expecting to buy a new ... Read More »
I have a 100km race on August 8th that I want to peak for. I am a 40yr old 98kg man (dropped 20kg's in the last 6mths) and the race has a climb about 1/3rd of the way into the race that goes gradually up at about 1 to 2% for about 23km's (sometimes with a few little flats or slight downhills, then h ... Read More »