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Here’s Why You Should Ride for 10 Hours Every Week

Old 08-08-19, 09:40 AM
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Agree completely. Ride and run and golf! Still running marathons at 72!
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Old 08-13-19, 06:29 AM
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Originally Posted by Brad L
I quit reading Bicycling Magazine years ago. But when they released this article about how to draft, I knew I couldn't take anything they print seriously. In particular is this line: "To get the maximum benefit in a paceline, keep your wheel as close as possible to the one in front of you. Ideally, ride in a staggered position with your front wheel just overlapping the rear wheel of the rider ahead of you."

https://www.bicycling.com/training/a.../how-to-draft/
Oh yeah, that's bound to work out well...
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Old 08-13-19, 07:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Brad L
I quit reading Bicycling Magazine years ago. But when they released this article about how to draft, I knew I couldn't take anything they print seriously. In particular is this line: "To get the maximum benefit in a paceline, keep your wheel as close as possible to the one in front of you. Ideally, ride in a staggered position with your front wheel just overlapping the rear wheel of the rider ahead of you."


https://www.bicycling.com/training/a.../how-to-draft/

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