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June 22, 2009

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somanabolic muscle maximizer

know Rotor Q Rings are legal, Cervelo Test team has been using them now for almost 2 seaons...

The real question I have is, what is the 50/34 option UCI legal. The reason why I ask is because the smaller ring (34) isn't commonly used. Is a 34 legal?

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Some of my riding friends tried them, if you're talking about those elliptical chainrings. They all seemed to stop using them. If you want to remove the "dead spots" (which is what Q-rings allegedly do), it's better to actually learn how to pedal circles. Unclip a foot once in a while and practice one-legged pedaling. That will teach you where the dead spots are and help you remove them. Try to feel the pressure of the pedal all the way 'round. It works.

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Some of my riding friends tried them, if you're talking about those elliptical chainrings. They all seemed to stop using them. If you want to remove the "dead spots" (which is what Q-rings allegedly do), it's better to actually learn how to pedal circles. Unclip a foot once in a while and practice one-legged pedaling. That will teach you where the dead spots are and help you remove them. Try to feel the pressure of the pedal all the way 'round. It works.

aloe vera juice

after the sardine classic last weekend i took it quite easy this week,doing mostly cross-training and focusing on my core.this usualy means less time but more aching muscles then just riding my bike.

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