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Posted By Bluscuba

There is a lot of racing at Herne Hill this...

There is a lot of racing at Herne Hill this coming weekend.

Also, nice got a Hoy fiorenzuola 001 size large if you are interested. Let me know. Maybe a touch small for you though. Guide size is...
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Posted By Bluscuba

https://www.riderhq.com/o/428/herne-hill-velodrome...

https://www.riderhq.com/o/428/herne-hill-velodrome/enter

hi - it’s an easy accreditation process. Book here for the induction and training accreditation. That will get you onto all sessions...
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Posted By Bluscuba

Forgot to mention - you would need training...

Forgot to mention - you would need training accreditation for the sessions and for the track league you need racing accreditation.

It’s an easy process but accreditation is not transferable from...
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Posted By Bluscuba

Not sure if you’ve been Herne Hill Velodrome is...

Not sure if you’ve been Herne Hill Velodrome is great for Track time - it’s cheaper than Lee Valley and there are plenty of decent sessions - race training on Monday 7-9pm and Saturday 10 - 12pm and ...
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Posted By Bluscuba

I've just ventured into the local track league (...

I've just ventured into the local track league ( c cat - the lowest of 3 Cats)

Away from the track I've trained using various types of short (45 sec - 3 min) intervals, longer aerobic sessions....
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Posted By Bluscuba

I think the resistance on the watt bike trainer...

I think the resistance on the watt bike trainer and watt bike pro are different - even in level 1 on the pro, with a high enough you could see higher than expected power. Might be something to do...
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Posted By Bluscuba

That's an interesting post regarding benefits of...

That's an interesting post regarding benefits of flexibility Carleton - I'd always assumed it was only for improved arero dynamics.

I did the stretches in the pictures and it looked nothing at all...
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Posted By Bluscuba

I've enjoyed this thread Re careleton's...

I've enjoyed this thread

Re careleton's query of modern bike fitting equipment - I have some experience of this - I had a bike fit on a guru recently and have also had one previously had a retul....
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Posted By Bluscuba

Really enjoyed the blogs - felt exhausted reading...

Really enjoyed the blogs - felt exhausted reading them.

Did you have a coach specifically for the track? Sounds like you improved dramatically in a short space of time.
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Posted By Bluscuba

Thanks for the tips! I used to ride fixed...

Thanks for the tips!

I used to ride fixed gear on the road albeit with a higher gear than 70. I'll definitely give that a try.

I'm in the UK - I hadn't noticed the commercial breaks getting...
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Posted By Bluscuba

Just an update - I've had the bearings and bottom...

Just an update - I've had the bearings and bottom bracket looked at and adjusted / re greased by a mechanic, they seem to be running much better now. Thanks for your help.

I actually somehow...
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Posted By Bluscuba

Thanks for the advice. Hope it's just the...

Thanks for the advice.

Hope it's just the grip nuts.

I love the relatively pro / aggressive position now ( at first I found it too hard ) so if I can get this right I'll be very happy.
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Posted By Bluscuba

Thanks Carleton The Hubs aren't old though,...

Thanks Carleton

The Hubs aren't old though, maybe I've overtightened them.

Would you recommend sealed bearings then - the bike is stored in a steel container at the track but it's outside. I...
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Posted By Bluscuba

First post! I've been an avid reader recently....

First post! I've been an avid reader recently. Thanks for the goldmine of information.

I had a silly question about lifting a rear wheel and spinning it with your hand. When I've tried it on my...
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