Q. I keep reading that the best way to improve on hills is to ride more hills. It's pretty flat where I live, so should I just keep going up and down the one hill I have access to or are there other ways to become stronger on the bike?A. Utilising
gears work, what to wear on the bike, how to take a corner with confidence and what a derailleur is. And does. And how to spell it.1. Bikes for beginnersBecoming involved in triathlon doesn't mean you have to spend thousands of pounds on a top
. The final 200m is the perfect place to max it and attack the hill. If you start smart you'll have the energy to finish strong.
're hopping on your bike to prepare for a triathlon or just to diversify your training, you can expect to become a better runner as a result.To reap all the benefits of cycling, however, you first need a bike. Will that old clunky machine in the back
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