Deciding to give cycling a try, I started a journey to find the best bike for me. In Episode two, I shared how my godson was the inspiration for me to actually compete in a triathlon. Getting a bike was the first step in that process.
After joining a club and attending a group ride, I realized that I had a lot to learn about the sport. Major Taylor Cycling Club of Chicago members were instrumental in giving me that knowledge although I am still learning about the sport. The way I learned about pacelines, and drafting is how I learned about crit (criterium) racing. Ignorance was bliss and I kept coming back for more. In this episode, I share cycling race experiences and how invigorating it is .
Starting a new sport is always challenging, and hopefully this episode inspires you to delve right in, you could be surprised!
- Buying my first bike
- Joining a cycling club and my first group ride
- My first Crit Race and what I learned
- The benefits of group cycling
- The keys to Crit Racing
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