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  • Re: Where is the best place to buy a Cervelo in Australia?

    hehe!! that must have been what Stuey was riding when he crashed
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 08-15-2007
  • Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    WOW!!!! That looks magic. I am contemplating changing from my Giant Trinity Carbon to a P3C. Everyone I see on these things just look so comfortable. Anyone I talk to about them just think these bikes are the best things out there. What do you think of the Vuka bars. Doug  
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 08-14-2007
  • Re: Where is the best place to buy a Cervelo in Australia?

    I went in to Runners world last weekend. They have a P3C frame up for around $4800 down from $5400. not sure what size it is but they didn't have anything built up that you could hop on or put on a trainer for a test. What are Glenn Parker like with this sort of thing. I am considering changing from a Giant Trinity to a P3C but really want to ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 08-14-2007
  • Re: Picture of your Cervelo

    That is a sweet bike. What size is the frame?
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 08-10-2007
  • Re: P3C advantages over a P2K

    43kph is not modest in my books. I would love to ride that pace but I would have to seriosly develop my lactate threshold to hold that for the 180K ironman bike leg. My best over 40K (again in a triathlon is 38.6kph) :) 43 is motoring
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-24-2007
  • Re: which bike?

    It is also more efficient to ride hills seated instead of standing. Having said that, on steep gradients sometimes there is no alternative but to get out of the saddle and stomp on the pedals obviously this is partially dictated by how strong you are as a rider. Spending more time in the Tri (aero setup) is also beneficial because you may note ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-23-2007
  • Re: P3C advantages over a P2K

    Hi Teakay, In my experience with a lot of this aero equipment (frames, wheels etc) the rider will not see much of a benefit until he/she reaches a certain speed. I remember reading about zipp wheels for example that there isn't much of a benefit before 34-35km/h (i am an aussie so we talk km/h) therefore the rider needs to have the engine to ...
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-23-2007
  • Re: Tour

    Rasmussen is looking like he is good form. Can he maintain it until the end of the pyrenees and back up his timetrial from the weekend? I am hoping Cadel Evans can pick up some time he lost in yesterdays stage then nail the final timetrial (yes I am an aussie) :). Its a pitty he doesn't have a stronger team around him.  
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-23-2007
  • Re: P3 Carbon

    Finally got my height measured again. 171.5cm 5 foot 7 inches........geee I am small
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-20-2007
  • Re: sizing.. bikefit

    I second that. Slowtwitch is a good site for info on all things bikefit related. It is a good idea to take a step back every now and then from it though with all the calculations and number crunching that you can find yourself doing it is easy to confuse yourself. Take your time to get it right.
    Posted to Forum (Forum) by p3doug on 07-18-2007
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