CycleOps Force Videos

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Though Aristotle once described force as anything that caused an object to undergo unnatural motion, it's better described as an influence that causes an object to accelerate. This Real Rides "Force" Trainer DVD offers an 8 week training program to help you take your climbing and time trialing to new levels. And as unnatural as climbing and time trialing can feel when your form isn't sharp, focused improvement of the sort you can get from Real Rides DVD series is a huge plus.You'll start the program with a full threshold test to determine your baseline physiological data. The progressive training schedule is structured to get you from those baselines to new levels without missing steps to build fitness you can count on when you sign up for an event. Robbie Ventura, ex-US Postal Service professional, narrates, coaches, and rides with you. As such, the DVD includes on-bike video footage. For these shots, you'll see a dashboard with Robbie's power output in watts, his intensity level, heart rate, cadence, speed, and ride time. These numbers are there as a benchmark for you to ride against and compare your personal figures to.The Real Rides "Force" Trainer DVD takes you onto the road, up Wisconsin's tallest hill climb for repeat threshold efforts. Portions of the DVD are also filmed inside Robbie's Vision Quest training facility while you work through the 8 week program. It's a perfect tool to help you get fitter and faster. That said, to get the most from the information in the Trainer DVD, we recommend that you train with power, whether using a powermeter on your bike or trainers that measure power such as the CycleOps Powerbeam or Pro Indoor Cycle. You can create custom training sessions and ride to the DVD soundtrack or toggle it off and listen to your own music as you train. It includes How To Train bonus videos as well. (61 minutes)



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Supersix EVO - Force vs. Red?

I'm on the verge of pulling the trigger on a SuperSix EVO. I'm thinking either the Carbon Sram Force, racing edition, or the Carbon Sram Red model. Is Red worth the extra money? Looks like those models have the same specs except for the wheels and groupset. I don't care about the wheels, I'll be swi ... Read More »

Force 22 chainrings and specialized bb30 cranks

Id like to put force 22 chainrings on my bb30 specialized cranks. Force 22 rings have a chainring bolt directly under the crankarm. The pin to prevent chain getting stuck under crank is also in a different spot than my existing specialized rings. Question is can the spider on these cranks be re-inde ... Read More »

Will a SRAM x9 rear derailleur work in place of a SRAM Force rear derailleur?

I have a cyclocross bike with SRAM Double Tap from 2013 on it -- 2x10. The stock Force rear derailleur is rated for up to a 28t cassette. I want to run a 32t. I put a 32t on it and it works, but shifting to the 32 and back down is always tentative and the pulley grinds just a bit even with the B ... Read More »

BMC TMR01(Ultegra) or Canyon Ultimate CF SL(Sram Force)

I am currently riding BMC GF02,I would like to change a new bike. BMC TMR01 Ultegra or Canyon Ultimate CF SL Sram Force? Any ideas?Read More »

No Use of Force Report: The Ferguson and Saint Louis County PDs violate the law

I swear the Garrity ate it! [B][URL="http://photographyisnotacrime.com/2014/08/29/incident-report-wheres-use-force-report-violations-ferguson/"]No Incident Report? Then Where’s Use of Force Report? More Violations from Ferguson[/URL][/B] [QUOTE]What we now can state firmly in addition to this ... Read More »

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