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What is the most efficient way to ride up or down hills, and into or away from wind?
I'm trying to work out how hard I should push myself when riding up or down a hill. Similarly, how hard should I push myself when riding into, or away from, or perpendicular to wind? My aim is to ...
Feb 16 '13 at 4:19
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