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Velodrome.Shop is more than just a cycling shop to us, it is the beating heart of our family and something that we are immensely proud to have created.
Velodrome.Shop is more than just a cycling shop to us, it is the beating heart of our family and something that we are immensely proud to have created.

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A great way to increase your leg speed is by training with a gear that is smaller than your Race gear.

GEARING: If 58x14 is your Race Gear, use 48x14 or even 46x15
SESSION: Flying 100m TTs, solo or with Derny https://www.velodrome.shop/trainingspeed
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No Velodrome? No Problem....

We don't all live by a velodrome but this shouldn't hinder your preparation, there are lots of ways you can continue training without a Track, we have some solutions for you https://www.velodrome.shop/novelodrome
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Common Cycling Injuries - Shoulder Pain - Off the Bike

Cause: Poor Cycling posture causing you to over reach for your handlebars (stem/top tube are too long).
Solution: Read More ---- https://www.velodrome.shop/common-cycling-injuries
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Track Cycling Academy's @trackcyclingaca Max Del Santo talks about the parallels between weight lifting and track cycling. https://www.velodrome.shop/trainingpower
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Sport has the power to change the world - share your passion with #ilovetrackcycling https://www.velodrome.shop/ilovetrackcycling
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Practise riding slow around the top of the track and using the geometry of the banking to save energy in the laps preceding your 200m TT and also to increase speed at the start of the straights. https://www.velodrome.shop/200
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Track Cycling Technique Training - Starts

Chris Hoy had a technically perfect start, styles differ throughout professional riders so it's all about watching the various clips on YouTube etc and then practising. https://www.velodrome.shop/starts
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Using handlebars that are the same width as your shoulders is now considered to reduce your handling ability and therefore it is advised that you follow our recommendations for choosing your handlebar size.

Read More ----- https://www.velodrome.shop/barsize
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You can increase your power output by training with a gear that is larger than your Race gear.

GEARING: If 58x14 is your Race Gear, use 60x12 or 66x12
SESSION: Rolling Seated Start 250m TTs from the bottom of the track https://www.velodrome.shop/trainingpower
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