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How training indoors can make you a better cyclist


Riding indoors used to be an exercise in drudgery. But thanks to smart trainers such as the CycleOps H2 all that has changed.

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  • Teleken says:

    Your dedicated indoor bike needs to have a QR (no Thru Axle) or you won’t be able to hook it up to any trainer.

  • Ray says:

    I think someone needs to publish the counter point…so much speed in mountain biking is from technique, momentum conservation, and skills… Indoor training can build the engine, but the SYSTEM needs work too.

    • tyler beginy says:

      Rightly said, and may i add that there is no steady state in mountain bike riding.. the constant terrain change and climbing involves all your muscle groups not just your legs that one would use on the trainer.

  • Chance says:

    Teleken, thats not correct. My wahoo kicker fits thru axles. I ride a yeti ASR and it works great

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