The boundary between "cycle" and "moped" is blurred (and a topic of debate in the law I think).Passed on the Tamagawa cycle path by a guy doing over 40 km/h on an electric bike, with his open shirt and t-shirt whipping out behind him. No helmet of course. Made me wonder just how good the brakes are on those things.
I thought "upgrade" was the only word in the english dictionary that you didn't understand. Obviously not. I think we'll all have to have a whip round on the ride tomorrow to raise enough money to get you a new BB
http://www.menshealth.co.uk/fitness/cardio-exercise/cycling-vs-running-101487It is amazing to me just how specific cycling is. I can't help but think that If I trained on hills like that regularly (running) it would make me a substantially stronger cyclist???
In my case it's the running downhill that is the quads buster, uphills for hamstrings. Will the running make you a stronger cyclist? Yes, but a more effective use of your time would be weight training to build quad strength or more cycling. Train at what you want to be good at, running will make you a stronger runner before it will make you a stronger cyclist. Choose what you want to be best at and do that.Thoughts????