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12 replies
  1. Anson Brooks
    Anson Brooks says:

    one thing i noticed about hand numbness for me was that it was related to gripping to lightly, anytime i relaxed my hands i had numbness and when i tightened up the grip to firm the numbness went away, i think when the hand contracts the muscle protects the nerve and when you relax the muscle is soft and allows the nerve to take damage.

  2. lebowskii98 _
    lebowskii98 _ says:

    I haven't done much group riding but I know most club paceline rides are split into groups based on ability. Couldn't you just agree to work at a certain zone when you are on the front? You could also agree to reduce this on hills so the bigger riders don't struggle. So, for instance, you could agree low threshold (sweetspot) on front when flat and then tempo on climbs.

  3. Greg Brown
    Greg Brown says:

    Lizard Skins bar tape is a friggin' game changer (for me).
    The 2.5mm tape, oh lawdy. So awesome.

    Just enough squish.
    Just slightly tacky to the touch, even with sweaty hands.
    And pretty easy to clean.

    It is pretty pricey as bartape goes though…

  4. wisskier
    wisskier says:

    I find when I am training with dedication in the winter I am able to ski a lot more. I gobbled up 21 k of vert (500' per run) one spring after dedicated bike training. Next winter I didn't train at all and was wasted after 2,000' of vertical.


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