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inov-8 Men s Runner Roclite 290 Trail 17768 Runner s Blue/Black/White d69d0ce




Synthetic
Imported
Rubber sole
Next-generation roclite outsole, features our tri-c rubber compound and multi-directional claw-shaped cleats, providing an unrivalled grip over unpredictable terrain and the quick release of debris.
Run fast with confidence: weighing just 290g and with a 4mm drop, this is a flexible and responsive shoe that allows quick running while still delivering protection, support and comfort.
Cushioned ride: two-piece power flow delivers 10% better shock absorption and 15% better energy return than standard midsoles.
The new adapter web met-cradle adapts to the natural movement and swelling of the foot in motion; while the y-lock system holds the heel in place and offers support.
Stay protected: second-generation meta-shank is a rock plate that protects the underfoot from sharp rocks, while a strengthened rubber toe-cap shields the toes from obstructive debris.
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What it Takes to Break into the Pro Ranks
Monday, 24 June 2002 15:01 Kirk Willett

What It Takes to Break Into the Pro Ranks
From a Team Director's Perspective


Cycling is divided up into multiple racing categories that are designed to create a competitive arena for a wide range of talents, time commitments and age. There is a home for just about everyone who enjoys racing a bike. Professional cycling is quite different though, as only a select few ever reach that level. There are a limited number of pro teams making the competition quite intense for the limited number of spots. Every year there are dozens of athletes hoping to get their big “break." One good thing about racing in the US is that professional competition is quite accessible since Category 1 and 2 riders often race against the pros. To many aspiring riders, how to go about maximizing your chances of breaking into the pro ranks is not too clear. Hopefully I can provide a bit of insight as to what it takes.

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Tippin' it...
Wednesday, 12 January 2011 03:50 Kraig Willett
inov-8 Men s Runner Roclite 290 Trail 17768 Runner s Blue/Black/White d69d0ce

Some time ago in the wind tunnel here in San Diego, I tried to quantify how much riding the tip of the saddle would cost me aerodynamically while holding everything else constant.

The results don't look so good for the "tippers" out there:

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Words and Images by Kraig Willett

In 2002 I bought a used SRM Pro powermeter.  I’ve had the crank battery replaced once in the past 9 years (less than 20,000 km).  Since day one, the powercontrol (the head unit) battery has been a bit problematic.  First of all, the display that supposedly shows how much battery life was remaining was unreliable.   For example, the PCV display might have said that I had 25 of 29 hours left on the charge, but inevitably, it would run out after only a few hours.  Secondly, and probably related to what is mentioned above, is that the battery just wouldn’t hold a charge for very long.

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Base: A New Definition
Sunday, 03 April 2005 00:00 Kirk Willett

Words and Images by:  Kirk Willett 

“Base” is defined by the American Heritage Dictionary as a fundamental principle or underlying concept of a system or theory.  Cycling performance does indeed have such a base, though its popular definition in cycling circles has blurred the concept by focusing on large volumes of lower powered riding.  The performance-rooted cycling definition of base is simply power at “threshold”.  Power at “threshold” has many definitions, but I define it as 20 minute mean maximal power or 20MP.

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Cycling Power Meter Review
Monday, 03 March 2003 16:48 Kraig Willett

2011 Cycling Power Meter Review

words and images by: Kraig Willett

<editor's note: this cycling power meter review is long and detailed - skip to the end for the big picture results, or download the pdf version and read at your leisure -> enjoy!  -k>

1992 was the year I started racing my bike.  During my failed attempts at living the awe-inspiring and lucrative dream of a domestic US professional bike racer, I had a few good race results – well, maybe only two, but who’s counting!  There were some key things, for me, which allowed the achievement of most of my modest goals along the way.  The most important key was simply having the discipline and desire to ride my bike - a lot.  The second ingredient was having a good coach to nudge me in the right direction and tailor my training program specifically to my needs.  It didn’t hurt that my coach was also my brother (former Prime Alliance Director Sportif, Kirk Willett) and wintertime training partner for the better part of the 90’s.  There’s no motivation like having your coach call you up to schedule the daily ride when there’s twelve inches of snow on the ground and the mercury is hovering below zero.

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