Thursday, May 28, 2009

cycling tip #10

Save the race for race day. One way of judging your speed is by the comparing your ability, but first off, nobody likes the yo-yo sting affect. If you are on the dirt and the trail is thin what is the point of ramming into each other? If you are on the road and want to go off alone, what's the point of the group. I like pushing the pace, especially by gravity and gyroscopic assisted power, but the real judge of the ability is race day. There is no hiding, no stopping and regrouping and no one to beat but yourself. So save your power for when it counts. That is why a ride is a ride and a race is a race.

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