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Cycling clip shoes?

Do clip in cycling shoes make a difference? But since cycling shoes lock into place (or, in cycling speak, “clip in”), they don’t slip around, which means you’re more likely to stay aligned—and can better avoid ankle, knee, and hip injuries, says Buschert. Another advantage of clipping in is that it keeps your feet more […]

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Question: How to start road cycling?

How far should I cycle as a beginner? Most beginners tends to stick to 5 to 10 miles for months before they built basic stamina for longer distance say 20-30 miles and even higher as a regular cyclist on tours and bike trips. If you want to be able to cover longer distances in quick […]

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Question: Power training cycling?

What should my average power be cycling? Most pro cyclists produce about 200 to 300 watts on average during a four-hour tour stage. The recreational rider, on the other hand, might be only able to sustain this wattage during a 45-minute or hour-long spin class. What does power mean in cycling? Power is the rate […]

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Quick Answer: Live studio cycling?

How much does it cost to take a live peloton class? Your first class is just $20 and a single class thereafter is $32. You can get a five pack for $150, a 10 pack for $290, a 20 pack for $540, and a 30 pack for $750. How do you get into a live […]

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Cycling lycra suit?

Why do cyclists wear Lycra? What’s good about lycra, then, is that it stays in place despite arm or leg movements when exercising. This limits rubbing and chafing which will keep you more comfortable when riding. Having cycling shorts that fit properly is particularly important as they hold the pad or Chamois that makes cycling […]

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