Category Archives: Bike Setup Tips
Having the right gearing can make or break your ride. But with the wide range of options available these days, choosing the right gearing can be an overwhelming and complicated task. Let’s get to the bottom of how gearing works and how to choose the right gears for your terrain and discipline.
Dr. Andy Pruitt is the world’s top expert on bike fitting, with over 40 years of experience. We sat down with Dr. Pruitt for a wide-ranging conversation on all things fit-related.
No one’s body is the same, and every athlete faces physical challenges. For triathlete Zach Josie, dwarfism is just an obstacle to overcome.
Spend any time cycling, and you will likely experience numbness in your hands, feet, or perineum. With a few small changes in your fit and equipment, you can increase your comfort on the bike.
One of the most common questions we receive at TrainerRoad is whether you need to adjust your FTP between indoor and outdoor workouts. The short answer is no, but the reasons why are more complicated.
Taking structured workouts outside is easy when you have the right data displayed on your Wahoo head unit.
A clean bike is a fast bike, even when it’s on the trainer. These bike maintenance tips for indoor training can make sure your bike is ready to work as hard as you do.
A clear and organised display on your Garmin Edge can help you eliminate unnecessary distractions and nail your power based intervals outside.
While a dropper post may seem unconventional on a cyclocross bike, there are real advantages out on the course. Dropping your saddle away from your body allows you to navigate tricky terrain, including barriers, with greater ease. While this increased ability will come with a weight penalty, dropper posts are getting lighter every year and…
We’ve received a lot of questions about the mount that is used in the videos and screenshots of our iOS app, so we thought we’d take a moment to show it in more detail. The truth is, it’s a homemade mount that came out of frustration of not wanting to have multiple mounting brackets on our handlebars.…
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