A pro-competition tubular with outstanding grip and low rolling resistance. Its tread provides great cornering stability and traction both on dry and wet roads. The 350 thread per inch corespun casing will give you the best available weight to strength ratio, lower rolling resistance and increased comfort. The SPRINTER comes with a gum colored sidewalls for a more traditional look that will match every wheel perfectly.
TdF '13 Stage 13 Jul 12 Predict/Discuss *spoilers*
Past the half-way mark! It is all down-hill from here to Paris! Except for Mont Ventoux on Sunday and a couple more bumps, or "alps" as the French call them, along the way.
Stage 13 is about a hundred miles, and is a sprinter's stage, largely ... Read More »
I been doing weight training for the past 2 months now to improve my legs and wattage.
weight are the same at 185 no improvement there @ 6'2" height ( I just lost some small amount of fats)
watts i [I]used [/I] to peak at average of around 900watts, now with an additional 45-50watts ... Read More »
Please correct me if I am wrong, but it appears to me that cyclists are built counter-intutively. Sprinters appear to have truly massive legs...my arms would not go around some of these guys lower appendages.
On the other hand, climbers appear to have legs that look almost like my ... Read More »