The “true reasons” why you should use a power-meter on your bike
I recently stumbled across an article about the main reasons for cyclists/triathletes to use a power-meter. Although I could not agree more on the importance of measuring power output for such athletes, I think the article completely misses the point on the reasons “WHY” power-meters are important since the reasons given were at least trivial […]
What about uphill cycling biomechanics?
Tour de France (TdF) 2017 includes 21 stages raced in 23 days (with two resting days). Since its first stage, an individual time trial, to the last, a 103 km ride with the famous finish on the Paris Champs-Élysées, cyclists will fight for the yellow jersey (maillot jaune). In my first post here for WheelPower […]
What is the best cycling cadence?
Head Coach Dr. Minozzo discusses the controversial “optimal cycling cadence” and the many different variables that influence the decision to adopt a certain pedaling frequency.