Seriously man, .2 can easily be accounted for by so many small factors-- line choice, jump timing, just good/poor execution, 6 vs. 7 beers the night before, etc. _________________ Do or do not: There is no "try". -Yoda
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Posted: Mon Nov 28, 2011 9:29 pm Post subject:
Is road bike not easier on turbo for gears etc?
Wrong bars, wrong cranks, wrong pedals. And big jumps between gears.
Using the track bike I'm only changing gears (up ~1") about once every 2 weeks, so that's less hassle than swapping road-bike pedals all the time. Plus track bike is always clean.
How do you warm up if you're using the track bike?,plus you should be using a mixture of big and smaller gears training,what gear do you use for starts,jumps in?,personally i think it is better to use the road bike,and also have a look at that up,up,up website,they have some excellent training drills on there.
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