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A good website for bike techinques

Old 07-18-03, 12:04 PM
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A good website for bike techinques

Hi, i was looking for a good website with bicycling techniques, like how to sprint, corner, etc.

Couldn't find any on google.
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Old 07-18-03, 12:21 PM
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bicycling.com They have some good tips sometimes.
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BF is the best place to discuss technique.
Just post how you do something and you will get 100 posts telling you how stupid you are for doing it that way
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Not a web site, but the book "Serious Cycling" has been great for me.
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https://palmarescoaching.com/PMtrainindex.htm <---- has some pretty cool articles you should check out.
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It's not a web page, but Training For Cycling, by Davis Phinney & Connie Carpenter has the best section I've ever found on the subject. It's kind of old, but there's lots of good stuff... even some Bob Roll anecdotes.

Your local library may have a copy if you just want to look it over (that's where I discovered it).
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