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  • Re: 2018 R3 - What Indoor Trainer is best for it

    Jacob. What is Cervelos view on using its bikes in trainers and any related damage that may occur during use. Does Cervelo feel it's bikes should be used consistently on say a wahoo Kickr..
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 01-26-2018
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    The mental image of what you put here has tears coming down my face I am laughing so hard. BTW I ended up buying a Wahoo Kickr. Now I have power for the winter and a whole new set of training options which I find pretty cool. This also means will have to get a PM when the outdoor season starts in the spring[quote ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 11-18-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    That's a beauty Don. On your trip you stopped just south of me in Vancouver, BC. I am sure you enjoyed that trip and the riding there.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-25-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    [quote user="Don"]I have been using a power meter for 2 years. I started with my P5. In 2016 my first race with it I did not pay any attention to it. I earned the bronze medal in the 5K. There was a mix up for the 10K race at the MO Senior games. The organization thought I withdrew. That was not the case but... They moved me to the ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-25-2017
  • Re: New bikes, new looks, new specs...

    [quote user="Kookie"]I got the impression they focused more on stiffness (both R3/5) and a more aggressive geometry for the R5. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NkJSaJ5wrgk[/quote] I have seen the new R3 at La Bicycletta in Vancouver. The downtube is HUGE but still squoval.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-22-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    [quote user="Kronan"]Part of seeing (or not seeing) power meters is about where they hide. It's easy to miss the pods on pedal based systems (Keo PowerMax or Garmin Vector pedals), crank based systems (like Stages) or hubs (i.e. PowerTap). Sure, some systems like Pioneer and Quark are more obvious on the crank spider, but sometimes ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-22-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    [quote user="trex021"]I bought mine because I got hooked on training with power using TrainerRoad's virtual power during a long winter here in Minnesota. It was very motivating to see measurable improvement in my power and I didn't even need a real power meter to achieve it. I missed it when I was able to finally ride outside ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-22-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    [quote user="bw987"]I will put another slant on this. I have been riding for a little over 4 years, about 4000 Miles a year. I'm 60 and over weight for my size, I lost some pounds my first year (237 to 221) of riding and have maintained that weight the next three years. (between 218-225). This year I added a power meter and ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-21-2017
  • Re: At what point do you get a power meter?

    Nice POV racewatcher. Problem is I have two bikes and ride both regularly and PM's are not transferable easily and I look at some of the wheels I could get for the same $. I think this will be a 2018 decision for me and just focus on getting to 5000 Kms this year.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by apwndwest on 09-20-2017
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