Contents: The Racing Bicycle, Training, Indoor Training Methods, Training Methods, Track Racing, The Physiology of Cycling, Effects of Saddle Height, Personal Training Plan, Injury Prevention, Tactics, Clothing and Equipment, Optimal Peddalling Rate, Limits of Endurance.Ita#39;s dangerous because the road bike has a lower bottom bracket and longer cranks. ... youa#39;re going slow or, on some tracks in this country, hitting the left crank when youa#39;re going around the turn because of insufficient banking. A road bike with its brakes and freewheel is also not as easy to control as a fixed-gear track bike.
|Title||:||Dph Sports Series-Cycling|
|Publisher||:||Discovery Publishing House - 1999-01-01|