MTB is easier on the amount of training required, but a lot of MTB bikers are succesfull when they switch to road racing, it helps that you are going up and down all the time so you kind of develop a good anaerobic capacity,
isn't it the Itera Cross ? or maybe it has gone out of their catalogue,
first of all i think it is overpriced (the Itera Cross) for what i see in their website,
anyway if the bike is in good condition you can sell it for a couple or...
do you have a link to your website for us to see ?
if you have a personal page on facebook you can also add a facebook page dedicated to your bike shop, they have the option for business pages, then you would insert the facebook logo on...
Quote:Originally Posted by niniel1 Hey fellow road riders,
So I'm a 22-year old female road cyclist/ racer, and am 99% sure I'm overtraining.
age is in your favor, you will recover much sooner than a more adult person
Quote:Originally Posted by joroshiba So as I mentioned here: http://www.cyclingforums.com/t/495426/cities-to-live-in-for-training-racing/30
I'm taking year off of school to focus on training and racing. Anywho, here I'll document...
Quote:Originally Posted by Robert59 90 percent of us can afford to lose some weight but buying a new bike is not in our future.
but on the medical side few people can lose significant weight let alone avoid regaining it,
and no worries for untrue rims and broken spokes ! with disc brakes,
( although you do need to service the wheel eventually, it wont ruin your ride )
p.s. Avid BB7 mechanical disc brakes are great, easier to setup and to maintain than...