Training for a bike race without a proper bike.



Mounsif

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Hello everyone,,
I am at boarding school at the moment and dont have the chance to train on my bike.
Does anyone have any tips for training for road races without a real bike? At my school we have stationary gym bikes and lots off weight training machines.
Many thanks.
 

Mounsif

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Mar 2, 2020
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Hello everyone,,
I am at boarding school at the moment and dont have the chance to train on my bike.
Does anyone have any tips for training for road races without a real bike? At my school we have stationary gym bikes and lots off weight training machines mobdro lucky patcher kodi.
Many thanks.

I want to keep my racing road bike safe and use it for only racing. A friend has a bike thats pre-2001 equipped with 8 speed 105 Sti's that he's willing to basically give to me. Would it be wise to train on an older road bike and race with my other bike or just stick with my racing bike for everything?
 

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cyclintom

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I want to keep my racing road bike safe and use it for only racing. A friend has a bike thats pre-2001 equipped with 8 speed 105 Sti's that he's willing to basically give to me. Would it be wise to train on an older road bike and race with my other bike or just stick with my racing bike for everything?
Generally you have to work a lot harder on the older bikes with fewer gears. This keeps your shape up but often harms your speed. On of the things to do it do most of your riding on the older bike and for a week before the race do all of your training on the race bike and push for top end speed.