|Good Articles on Racing Stradegy?||smilycook|
May 8, 2002 8:19 AM
|Still a newbie to the road thing after spending 10 years on a mountain bike, so now I am trying to learn race stradegy. I have done one race and did well but spent too much time burning myself out. At group rides I am getting better but would like to put my strength to better work. So are there any good article on race stradegy and riding stradegy. Right now I am getting hit with all this advice on the rides but don't remember it all, so I think I need some reinforcement. No TV so can't watch road races.
|Coach Carl and LFR||McAndrus|
May 8, 2002 9:01 AM
|Coach Carl has some interesting stuff at http://hauns.com/~DCQu4E5g/Index.html. Also, anything in the RBR Racing Forum by lonefrontranger.|
May 8, 2002 9:29 AM
|LFR has some great advice. Just go on over to the racing forum and peruse away.|
|gee guys thanks for the compliment! - good training link =||lonefrontranger|
May 8, 2002 12:39 PM
|Point your browser at bike.com and go visit The Experience - I have it set as my homepage (sorry, gregg!). I find bike.com to be one of the best content sources on the Web. It's written from a pro roadie racer slant, but their "Smart Training" series is highly invaluable; peruse thru the archives and you'll find all sorts of stuff.
Thank heavens Excel knew a good batch of content when they saw one, and saved this site from dotbomb limbo.
Oh, and for all you cynics out there, the fact that Excel is our primary sponsor has little to do with the props, although I highly commend them for salvaging it. I used bike.com as my homepage long before that alliance was made :-)