October 16, 2017
Volunteers Required for CrossTastic
It's our ninth year running and we require a number of volunteers for Sunday October 22th. If you can help... read more >
August 1, 2017
Muddy Waters Century Ride Replacement
Muddy Waters has been cancelled this year due to the visit of President Jimmy Carter. As Muddy Waters originated with FOG members you just know we've had to plan out own... read more >
April 18, 2017
New Web Site
The new web site is coming live in bits and pieces. Don't be surprised to find some dead links, empty pages, and even duplicate pages.
Travelling faster on ones bike requires better overcoming the forces opposing the bike/rider combination.
Some of these forces are:
To travel faster one can either exert more force/work harder or reduce the effect of these opposing forces.
Most of the force that one exerts goes toward overcoming the effects of wind resistance/drag. This increases exponentionally with increases in velocity. One can spend $10,000 on a new aero bike with aero wheels, but some of the greatest improvements can be had for free or for very little money.
Video: How To Ride Like The Pros - Go Faster In A Single Pace Line
You may have seen the pros using a single pace line in breakaways, and that's because it's the quickest and most efficient way to ride in a small group. We show you how....
Video: How To Slipstream Like A Pro
Want to learn how to save a 1/3 of your energy out on the road? Simon and Matt show you how to slipstream like a pro...
Video: How To Hold Your Handlebars Like A Pro
It might sound straight forward, but knowing the correct times to hold each position on your handlebars makes riding faster, safer, and more comfortable. ...
Video: How To Ride In Strong Winds
Strong wind produces epic bike racing conditions, but how can you adapt the pros' strategies to your everyday riding?....
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