Anyone else get dizzy when you spend too much time at a high effort in the drops?
Before I go into any detail, I'm going to go to a doc. soon so I'll talk to him about it then, but I figured I'd ask here in the mean time, as I suspect it may be an issue with fitting/form
When I ride at a high cadence while also in the drops, with my head and eyes looking forward I get dizzy. I can fix this problem in one of two ways, either by lowering my head and looking about a meter in front of my tire or by slowing down the cadence/reducing my effort.
Because of the connection with the angle of my head I thought it may be that my form is bad or my fit is bad, which is why I figured it may be a decent idea to ask you guys, since a doctor probably won't know anything about that stuff, and I doubt my insurance wants to cover me seeing a sports doc.