Take your road cycling to the next level with the newest techniques, equipment, and skills from the leading magazine in the sport. Check out how to: Ensure your bike is in tip-top shape in 8 easy steps Boost your efficiency with smooth pedaling and proper form Brake without wasting speed or wiping out Ride safely in wet, cold, and hot weather Convert your mountain bike for the road Master the skills of riding in traffic Get long-distance secrets from the Race Across America record-holder Train indoors with these 5 workouts Prevent saddle sores, numbness, and knee pain Motivate yourself to train harder Discover the world of recumbents and tandems Sprint like a champion Attack hills for maximum fitnessYour Guide to Riding Faster, Stronger, Longer, and Safer Ed Pavelka, The Editors of Bicycling ... crankarm) are usually a better fit for those with an inseam ofless than 291a 2 inches (measured from crotch to floor in bare feet). If you have a mountain bike that you ride off-road, its crankarms should be 5 millimeters longer than the correct size for your road ... Some folks like mea5- foot-9 with long armsacan manage on mena#39;s frames that have top tubes slightly shorter than average, or byanbsp;...
|Title||:||Bicycling Magazine's Complete Book of Road Cycling Skills|
|Author||:||Ed Pavelka, The Editors of Bicycling|
|Publisher||:||Rodale - 1998-01-15|