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Improve Cycling Form With Cadence Drills and Pedal Mechanics

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As race season is in full swing, you may have already done a handful of triathlons, time trials, and are perhaps fine-tuning for your "A" race.  Typically, refining cycling form and mechanics should be done in the spring, as you transition back to the road from indoor cycling. But, there's never a wrong time to dial in your cycling form.  Try these drills on the trainer to condition your muscles as well as improve your form and race pacing on the bike.

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Be Prepared with Cold Weather Riding Gear

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When I first started the sport of triathlon in Eugene, Oregon, my motivation was quickly put to the test. Within the first week of training, it snowed. Even though the snow didn't last long, it was cold (for a California native), wet, and I was beginning to forget what the sun looked like. That's when someone told me, “There's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing.” I couldn't agree more.

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