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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Does the 2013 Force shifter have the same guts as Red Black shifters?

I know they are advertising the 2013 Force levers with having the zero-loss on both left and right shifters like the older Red, but do they still have the old Force internals or upgraded Red internals? Anybody look inside one yet?Read More »

Shifting issue, SRAM Red shifter, Force rear dérailleur

[I](note - already posted this in the SRAM forum, but haven't gotten any responses, so now posting here.)[/I] Finally replaced my broken SRAM Force (10) rear shifter with a brand new 2012 SRAM Red shifter (non-ergo) and am not quite sure what's going on with it. The shifter works fine shifting f ... Read More »

Does Sram Force 22 Yaw Front Derailleur work with shimano shifters?

Does Sram Force 22 Yaw Front Derailleur work properly as designed with shimano Dura Ace shifters? And does it it have a high and low bolt hole; to mount it lower on the braze on? Thanks! GallRead More »

Just finished my Air Force PT test

I had set an high goal of running my mile and a half in the nine minute range. Didn't get there. On the plus side I took two inches off my waist the last year, lost another ten pounds, and still managed a 10:20 mile and a half . Not to bad for turning 45. But I'm going to redo test in April, an ... Read More »

Force BB30 crank for my Scott CR1

I have a 2011 Scott CR1 Team with 105 cranks. I would like to get a Force BB30 crank. The CR1 has an internal Shamano BB7141 bottom bracket. Will the Rival with a new BB30 bottom bracket fit? the Sram version of the CR1 has BB30 so I am assuming it will work. Am I missing something? Thanks.Read More »

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