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Cycling Time Trial Podcast

A cycling podcast loosely focused on Time Trials.
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Cycling Podcast loosely based on Time Trials. For those who would like reliable mobile access on Android, I suggest DoubleTwist http://www.doubletwist.com/.
Mar 28, 2015

B Xavier Disley, PhD (@xavierdisley) is based in Birmingham, UK and he has a PhD in cycling physiology and biomechanics. His work focuses on optimizing bike fit to the specifics of the rider, with extensive work in power production at the pedal. He is the lead analyst for Aero-Coach in the UK which specializes in finding an optimal mix of aerodynamics and power production outside of a wind tunnel in velodromes. He is also a coach for RST Sport LTD (http://www.rstsport.com/xavier-disley/) and lectures on biomechanics to sports science students. Yes, we are talking mostly about hour record attempts again, but we hope to use Xavier’s expertise to point out the pro’s and con’s so that we all can learn from these controlled attempts.

 

Thanks all for downloading the show. Contact me with questions or comments at ttpodcast@yahoo.com and on twitter I am @markflorence11. Consider leaving a positive review on iTunes as it will help the show grow.  

Mar 10, 2015

Michael Hutchinson-Author of Faster, the Obsession, Science and Luck behind the World’s Fastest Cyclists, and The Hour is back to discuss the recent hour attempts. Follow Michael on twitter at doctor_hutch. Questions or comments? ttpodcast@yahoo.com and on twitter, @markflorence11. 

Mar 8, 2015

Billy Oliver is like many of us. He has discovered a love for the Time Trial and he has been bitten by the bug to go as fast as he is capable. What makes Billy different is that he is chronicling himself as a project in a blog, http://ayeartobeattheclock.blogspot.com/. We will be following Billy as well, with three shows, a before, during and after if you will. The easiest way to find Billy’s blog is just to do a good search for Billy Oliver Cycling Blog. Follow Billy on twitter @billyoliver80. You can contact me at ttpodcast@yahoo.com and on twitter @markflorence11. Thanks for downloading the show!

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