They're both dirty from winter riding. I'm gonna strip them, clean them, and do yearly maintence on them here shortly. Once I'm certain there's no more snow. (it wouldn't be the first snowy April I've had here in Illinois.)
Find me 1 example of someone hating on a TT bike here. I think he meant in general.
>>796072 Riding mountains is a greater form of cycling. The road legends have all earned their place in history on the hills. Sure, there are time trials in the TDF, they are important, but they just don't compare. Cycling is about mountains/hills.
Also they're similar to triathlon bikes and so they get associated with those assholes... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>792418 38 to 42 MRHR depending on what mesocycle I'm currently in, and what week in that mesocycle (higher in week 3, lower in week 1, lowest at the end of week 4 (recovery week) if everything is going well).
Serious question, where should the padding be when you wear clothes with chamois? Should my shaft and balls be buried within or not even touching the pad at all? Is my asshole where the thick part of the pad should be or is it my taint that needs the thick part?
Didn't use bike general because fuck you, no one uses it.
>>777663 >Let's have a thread dedicated to electric freight in the U.S. and Canada (hard mode: no interurbans) >but also abitrarily eliminate any discussion of one of the most successful and longest electric freight operations in the United States
I've been riding my whole life and after a 12 month recovery from multiple surgeries I'm riding again and trying to get more serious about it as I realised, after all these years, I never really managed to become much of a formidable cyclist. I started talking shop with local pros and using strava and realising just how fast some of these guys are riding. Seriously. I average ~20-25kmph on some of my segments that some guys are doing at 40+.
I'll admit, I ride a SS track Pista, but I've met guys who go pretty hard... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Get Friels training bible, get a power meter, get Friels training with power book.
2 long slow rides a week, 2 intense fast shorter rides a week. Get in at least 10 hours a week. Stop giving a shit about average speed, strava segments, and miles logged. Start doing club rides and some racing.
Yup, this all sounds real as hell. Thanks for answering my dumb vague question, I was just cooking out because I'm shocked at what a bad cyclist I am after a lifetime of riding. I've been doing 20km minimum daily since recovery but I think something as simple as breaking up distance rides and fast rides might be the medicine.
So with winter just around the corner, I was wondering what /n/ does to winterize your bikes, and keep warm during your commute. This will be my first winter commuting via bicycle, so any tips/pointers would be helpful.
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