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cushioning (most of the routes will be 50% on road still). Thanks See the gear guides. Take your pick from Inov-8's, Adi Swoops or your harcore fell shoes from Walsh etc Does anyone know of any good deals on at the moment? I've just said I'd do the national
down with 10 minutes of easy spinning.Focus on picking a gear that will make you climb at a cadence of between 60 and 70rpm. This way you're sure to be using strength to get you up the hill.Top Tip Just as you wouldn't run hard the day after a speed
I picked up some bargains last week from Aldi when it was running gear. This Thursday it's cycling gear and I wondered if there's anything that's a must and anything not to bother with. Are the helmets any good for instance. First season in tri
with the running stuff?! It is less garish than the ALDI gear,which helps. Must have some running fans in charge I think, not long ago I got an HRM for only 17.99, counts calories and everything. Boing !Tchibo is now in some branches of Somerfield. This week
and there are no twidlable bits on it. I'll post a pic shortly.Thought I had better rebuild my bike b4 bala next weekend. May well even do a short ride this week if I get it going soon enough. Also, having rebuilt my headset there is a bit of a gap I don't remember having
Has anyone purchased gear from here before? I've now been waiting 11 days - quoted 7-10 (I know I'm impatient), have also e-mailed them and, as yet, received no response. Spot shoes. They're not those minnie mouse style ones in the fashion shops
. I went full gear ahead into training without seeking medical advice and managed to pick up shin splints within two weeks of road running (painful). As i sought medical advice for this it showed up on my RAF medical in March and i now have to wait
to do a long run the day before you set off and take your running gear and just do 30-40 mins every other day to keep you ticking over and then do another long when you get back from holiday. You won't lose much fitness in 2 weeks and its always a good
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