Tag: climb faster

How To Enjoy Climbing

– Now, can you enjoy climbing? I reckon there’ll be a 50/50 answer to that. Some people say yeah, it’s great, it’s part of the ride. Others will definitely say no. I go from one to the other, go from really thinking of it as just part of the ride you’ve gotta do to get […]

How To Climb Like Alberto Contador

Alberto – tell us how you climb. You climb in such an explosive way, you ride out of the saddle. Why do you use such a different style than may other riders, like Chris Froome for example? Definitely, always in my life when I started cycling I had the same style. Now, when you are […]

Can Aero Road Bikes Climb? | New Cannondale SystemSix

(rock music) – Aero bikes can’t climb, apparently, but is that a fact, or is that just an enduring opinion based on the way that they’ve always been marketed? Or is it, in fact, due to the reason that pro cyclists haven’t seemed to have adopted them wholesale yet, and we always looks to see […]

How Much Does Weight Affect Your E Bike Riding? | EMBN Investigates

– The goal of any competitive cyclist is to be as light and as strong as possible, both in body, and in bike. Now, it’s simple physics. The more or less you weigh, the more or less energy is gonna be used to pedal your bike uphill. But this is an e-bike ride, who cares? […]

How To Master Extreme And Technical Hill Climbs On An E-Bike

– When it comes to climbing, you might well have seen The Slab, a crazy, steep, 37 degree rockface in the middle of a city center. Well, (mumbles) you might have seen this, The Rock, more of a big mountain free climb up in the mountains. Or you might’ve seen the climb we did at […]

10 Hacks For Faster Climbing | How To Cycle Faster Uphill

(inspirational music) – Do you want Strava Q.O.M.s? And do you want them now? Well, accepted wisdom has it that if you want to climb better, you need to be disciplined and consistent with your training, disciplined and consistent with your recovery, and disciplined and consistent with your diet. (record scratching) But accepted wisdom is […]