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Posted By tobukog

Yeah, until you test you just don't know and even...

Yeah, until you test you just don't know and even then it can open up a can of worms. My team mate, who is a wind tunnel guru (I think you've worked with him before) was testing water bottle...
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Posted By tobukog

Since you've spent time in a wind tunnel, you...

Since you've spent time in a wind tunnel, you know how it goes.... That's one thing people forget -- many studies, usually performed on average height males -- might not apply to riders who are 6'3"...
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Posted By tobukog

I'm sorry. I'm currently running a 150mm and I'm...

I'm sorry. I'm currently running a 150mm and I'm loving them. This is one place where I disagree with Dr. Martin -- it's not just an aerodynamic / ftting gain. I'm hitting higher speeds near the end...
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Posted By tobukog

I suggest you look at the sprint training seminar...

I suggest you look at the sprint training seminar put out by Kolie Moore and WKO4. It provides a more practical look at applying these ideas for Sprint cycling.
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Posted By tobukog

Martin and (Povey) are great, and this video...

Martin and (Povey) are great, and this video posted by Southern Fox more or less summarizes much of his views. The only thing that I don't like about the video is his part on crank length -- I've...
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Posted By tobukog

Hence the reference to Slowtwitch and the...

Hence the reference to Slowtwitch and the infamous h20fun aka Dave Campbell

There's a range of gearing that works for each individual for any particular event, to be modified by the conditions and...
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Posted By tobukog

trolled by h2ofun...

trolled by h2ofun...
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Posted By tobukog

Carleton is right. I'm trying to be kind...

Carleton is right.

I'm trying to be kind here. You seem to be so insistent on explaining how you are correct on a discipline that you basically have NO experience in: the Keirin.

1) How...
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Posted By tobukog

To add, in addition to strength work real Keirin...

To add, in addition to strength work real Keirin pros do tons of overspeed work. Some ride behind a motorcycle attached by a bungee cord to force higher leg speed. Some use motorized rollers to do...
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Posted By tobukog

It would probably be too small to win a top level...

It would probably be too small to win a top level Keirin. It's perfectly fine for a cat 3. I've seen endurance riders with leg speed, e.g, Holloway or McCook pull off good Keirin results in a "small"...
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Posted By tobukog

It's so individual that you just have to try it. ...

It's so individual that you just have to try it. As posted by topflight pro, I usually prefer to stick to one cog in back and make all the changes up front. At the cat 3 level, the baseline should...
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