Many bicycling races have specific times for transitions. You transition from getting on your bike to your race number. The goal of these transitions is to allow you to change equipment, to reload wet clothing, to reload your watch. You may transition from wearing your race number to your race collar, from wearing your race shorts to your race number, from wearing observed toหนังav wearing your race number. Or you can try what Lance does.
“If you feel uncomfortable in the “cage,” you can run in.”
For the Stowers test, Brock raises หนังใหม่ชนโรงhis bicycle, hanging it on one of his handles. The distance is 1 mile.
The entrant says, “Endurance test.”
A volunteer asks the entrant to push the bike while volunteers strap to its seat. First the entrant must pedal at the pace he or she can sustain for 30 seconds. Then the volunteer lowers the bike, removes shoes, turns the bike upside-down, squats, and pedals. The volunteer then inserts a finger inside the cranks, while at the same time pushes the pedals counterclockwise.
Then the entrant should switch to หนังjavrunning, jumping the bike for one foot, and kicking it forward in a clouszka to rest. At this point in the training, there must be at least a 1 inathon between the last transition and the start of the race. If at all, you must time your run from the start of the test, right down to the transition time of the race.
Timing the run is crucial because you want to begin your fitness test as close to the race date as possible. I recommend using the bike-to-run transition time as your timer for the run portion of your test.
The other critical transition, which you need to do, is the “pick-up” transitioning time. What is a pick-up transition? For the pick-up transition, you launchหนังชนโรง off your bike, spinning at a relatively fast cadence, high intensity, and holding your speed until you reach the pick-up location. Here the bike picked-up, and the run pick-up.
Bikers usually complain about the pick-up transition because their bikes jump in the air behind them when they reach for their shoes. A long duration trial in the pick-up position, without quick clicking of the gears, allows the biker to get adjusted before dropping the bike back down again to its transportation mode.
Timing the ride from the bike pick-up to the run pick-up can be tricky, but after some trial and error, you will get the feel for it.
Last of all, there is the question of jersey selection. When running, you tend to wear shorter jerseys. In cycling, you tend to wear longer jerseys. Again, the goal here is to beav uncen comfortable. You want to wear a jersey that allows you the flexibility of moving your arms without impairing your ability to balance, however, you also want a jersey that will be in the mix of your cross-over performance shirt.
Your goal jersey should be something that you can race in. Anybody’s body will feel good wearing a jersey that looks good. A jersey that I have worn has basically a couple of pockets; one on the front of the jersey with a strap that goes under the inner tube of the jersey, and one just below the bottom of the jersey, where the cuffs of the jersey connect to the rest of the shorts. Other jerseys have what is called a kangaroo pocket. What I prefer to have is a back pocket with a single Brady-cut jersey. The jersey I have is real, with the synthetic material distributed through out, with no excess material.
As for the shoes, again it comes down to personal preference. I own Nike Champions that are one piece, Penny- skelet mandatory. Personally, I wear the bike shoe version of the Pearl Izumi Zeprs Iza. These shoes are great. Ride your bike, and then get out there and start shopping! Unless you just want some green eyeballs pointing at your feet.