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Comparing Power Meter Data on a Bicycle

I have been playing with multiple power meters on my bike recently so that I can use a different power meter with my new disk wheels.  This has been a project since well before the ITU World Championship in early October.

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How I Travel with my Bike

I travel with my bike… a lot.  Well not as much as a professional cyclist.  But for an everyday age-group athlete, it’s a lot of traveling with my bike.  Most of the folks I talk to are petrified about damaging

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Tip for Avoiding Pinch Flats on Changing a Latex Tube

During the winter, I keep butyl tubes in my bike tires because latex tubes are a pain to inflate every time I put my bike on the trainer.  Performance doesn’t matter indoors as it’s all about watts.  As spring rolls

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Racing Smarter with a Power Meter

Part of being faster when you’re older involves being smarter when you’re older.  Of all the sports in triathlon, the one that has benefitted the most from technology is cycling– and no piece of modern cycling equipment (except possibly aerobars)

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Carry a Track Tubular for Your Spare– and Reasons to Race on Tubulars

I love racing and training on tubular tires.  If you do too, here’s a couple of tricks that I came across that might make it a LOT easier to use them.

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