I often find random tidbits (words, pics, videos) regarding track training/racing. Please post what you've found here.
"Where are they now? Chasing down... Erin Hartwell"
"The Fixed Gear"
This blog hasn't been updated since May 2011, but the info therin is still very good and modern. Click around the Navigator on the right to dig through the articles.
British Cycling / Track
Always updated with info on events and profiles of their athletes.
British Cycling's Flickr stream.
There is some amazing photography of amazing athletes and their amazing equipment: http://www.flickr.com/photos/british...7627864986461/
Root around for Road/MTB/CX stuff too: http://www.flickr.com/photos/britishcycling/
Nearly 500 track racing videos from decades past up to today:
Don't blame me if you lose your job becasue you watched these all day instead of working
Ryokou: Docu on Shane Perkins and track racing in Japan
link to full-length playlist:
Not track specific but....this saddle seems like a good choice for those on bumpy tracks, people do seem to like the CPC thingy and it seems to work. My local track on the 4th turn has made me get out of the saddle a couple of times o_O
Zak K.'s custom built moth attack stayher bike for his trip to the Berlin Six.
If You Meet The Buddha On The Road, Kill Him
zak's the fastest hipster on planet earth!
fried chicken and waffles.
what's a hipster?
I cant see it on that photo but been meaning to ask - on the stayer bikes you often see a rod (or something) coming from the front of the bars down to the front of the forks - what is it for?
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A quick primer in fluid mechanics.
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