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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
There's a lot to be said for lower gears and listening to your body. It will tell you when you need to slack off a bit and take some time off. Recovery times are not what they used to be for sure. I don't really have any fancy training gear. I use a leyzne super gps and I keep an eye on my heart rate. I've also been focused a lot on cross training. A fitbit helps.
I'm thinking of getting a Lezyne Super soon. How do you like yours?

I reviewed my notes about the Paris Mtn rides. My legs gave out year one and my lungs year two, so I had that reversed in my mind. I was riding an Ironman with a triple crank, 30x26 gearing, the second time.
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