How To Maximize The Benefit From Your Aerobars

Article by: Aram Bike Fitter at Predator Cycling A History of the Aerobar Used by triathletes as early as 1987, but the most notable first use of the Aerobar occurred with Greg LeMond in the (1989) Tour de France. He used Scott Aerobars which placed the elbow pads at or near shoulder width, forearms elevated at about 15 to 20 degrees, and hands in a fist position. Pioneered by aerodynamicist … [Read more...]

The Concept of Power – Part III

Written by: Josh Horowitz (Liquid Cycling) Here’s something the power meter industry doesn’t want you to know. You can measure power output without a power meter. Ok, it’s not really a big secret, but this segment of the training series brings us back around to my original notion of “Training with the concept of power”. To me, power, more than it is a number or a graph or a … [Read more...]

The Concept of Power

Written by: Josh Horowitz (LiquidCycling.com) Part I Have you heard the saying in cycling that any training program, even a bad one is better than no program at all? Sounds crazy, but it’s true to some extent. There is no better recipe for at worst over training and at best hitting a long flat plateau than going out every day without a clear idea of what you are trying to accomplish and … [Read more...]