The Bicycle Fitness Book: Cycling for Health and Fitness

The Bicycle Fitness Book: Cycling for Health and Fitness

The Bicycle Fitness Book: Cycling for Health and Fitness
@ Details how to get the most out of cycling for maintaining good health and fitness, with tips on choosing the right bike and accessories, what to eat and drink, and keeping an exercise schedule.

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21 thoughts on “The Bicycle Fitness Book: Cycling for Health and Fitness

  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Technical and Informative, April 3, 2015
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    Voltman

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    This review is from: The Bicycle Fitness Book: Cycling for Health and Fitness (Paperback)
    This was a good and useful book for me. The author is an engineer and has written several books on bicycling. Typical of engineers, the author provides a great deal of technical information and written rather dry. It is a rather complete and thorough text that I found helpful as I prepared for bicycle commuting.

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  2. Have to admit I'm a big fan started watching your YouTube channel was 48 years old, 172cm, 92kg and a smoker you have helped to motivate me to give up smoking, go raw until 4 and start riding. I bought a Cannondale CAAD 10 with compact 34/50 crank, I Changed the rear cassette to a 12/32 (I have 3 Cat 1 climbs close to home) put some Maxxis 700 X 28 refuse tires on it, changed the pedals to Shimano XTR and bought some Shimano RT82 shoes with rubber soles that I can actually walk in when off the bike. In addition I got myself a Garmin 520 and stages FSA Energy BB30 power meter. I bought nearly everything off either Ebay or from wiggle and the entire setup owes me about $3500. At the moment I'm doing about 200km a week on the road and 4 hours indoor on my Jet Black trainer and building the distances and intensity up slowly each week. I have never felt so good. Both I and my family owe you big time Harley just hope to show you how much face to face one day. The goal Three Peaks under 10hr

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  3. Why did this video end so abruptly? I've never gone above Ultegra for the assumption that the cost wouldn't justify the result. I assume this is where you were going with this?

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  4. We love Katrina with Yoeleo!!! I own there C50 wheelset 50mm 25mm wide U shape with Sapim Cxray spokes and nipple lightweight Bitex ceramic bearings (Hybrid) straight pull hubs. Paid less than $800 USD
    Put almost 10,000 miles very few issues went through a few bearings (Yoeleo replaced quickly) went through a cassette body (Yoeleo helped just cost me $35 inc shipping) and I had them tensioned stiffer due to my 28 rubbing my front derailure.
    Customer service is incredible beyond my expectations very friendly especial Leo and Katrina is the Bomb!

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  5. You gotta be careful if you're going carbon + 105. Often different levels of the same bike will have different quality carbon. So a 105 carbon bike will almost certainly NOT be the same as it's ultegra/dura ace counterpart. For example, the new cannondale evos come in at least two types (hi- mod carbon and not hi – mod). The non-hi – mod is still good, but the Hi-mod is arguably the best bike in the world, currently. This problem can be mitigated by building your bike from just a frame (you can usually only order the top spec frame anyways). But, if the choice is a prebuilt carbon + 105 or aluminum + dura ace, I'd go aluminum + dura ace all the way. But really I'd just choose aluminum + 105 (that's what I did).

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  6. I have a Giant Defy 0 (Ultegra/105), should I get a carbon/TCR type bike to keep up with the rest of the bike crew on Carbon (Ultegra/Dura-ace) or is this good enough? I am keeping up at the moment but I always feeling flogged when they are still having conversations whilst riding:-)

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