Cornering and descending are critical skills to bike racing, no matter what discipline you are competing in. The great news is that, just like fitness, putting in time to improve your cornering and descending can pay huge dividends. Learning some key points to this skill set, then effectively incorporating them into your trainer, can make you a faster and safer racer. Here are some key talking points:
As 2017 approaches, many athletes look to the new calendar year to start fresh with new goals and objectives. Many athletes generate long lists of resolutions, running the gamut from simple and manageable to far flung dreams.
It’s a cruel fact that cyclists who want to be competitive in the spring need to ride big miles in the winter. Some of the biggest weeks need to happen when the weather is the worst. Handling this unfortunate circumstance is a function of preparation and determination.