I have just bought a bianchi sempre proit came with maddux rx 5.1 lite wheels but I have a set of mavic kysrium S 2012's, should I swap the wheels or are they so similar that you could not tell the…Continue
I have added another bike to my collection. a bianchi sempre pro.so now I need new pedals as I am not going to change my pedals between bikes.At the moment I use mountain bike spd pedals on my road…Continue
hi everyone would like to know if anyone has experience with turbo trainers or rollers, and what they would recommend for keeping fit while it is wet outside?I assume that the turbo trainer would…Continue
"I also use both, with the SPD on my flat bar commuter, and have used the predecessor to Keo, the Look Delta since its inception, on all my road bikes - - they feel much more positive clipping in and out than the SPDs. "
"I have used both types. The mountain bike pedals have an advantage in utility, in that the cleat can be recessed so that you can walk more comfortably in the shoes when you are off the bike.
However in terms of translating the power of your…"
"I bought these rollers for $100 when on special (currently $120 also on special) as I was also unsure if they would suit my training. I find them suitable for longer sessions or just spinning the legs briefly after a long day. My only…"
"I have a Kurt Kinetic Road Machine , purchased it online about one year ago and have my dear wife's bike set up on it ,, fantastic for these up and coming cold wet days , or just to warm up before riding . "
"I use both and they are both good:
If you go for rollers, look for a set that will allow the rollers to shift forward and aft, as this will allow you to really get the 'true road' experience. ( with out the moving rollers, you need…"
"A good trainer for sure. Kurtz kinetic or Cycleops magneto pro are good. Something with a large fly wheel. Even better if it has a mapped power curve like the 2 above. There are a few software packages out there that can harness that for great power…"