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Road cycling is a broad and deep topic, and there's probably no single source of information that could do more than scratch the surface of all its various disciplines (racing, touring, commuting, randonneuring, etc), sub-disciplines, and aspects (fitness, maintenance & tech, bike-handling skills, etc). Riding with other people is probably the best way ...


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Ride your bike athletically for long distances on the roads and you are a road cyclist. There's nothing more than that. As long as you are happy with the bike there's no secret sauce. I'd say 99% of those who ride bike athletically for long distances on the roads find that bike with no suspension suits them best, that drop handlebars suit them best (and that ...


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SLC to Provo Areas in Utah The buses in this area generally have front-mounted bike racks, very similar to those pictured in other posts. They can handle 2 or 3 bikes. If the rack is full, a driver of an underloaded may allow a bike onto the bus, but this is at their discretion. The larger trains (FrontRunner) generally have a bike-specific car. Riders ...


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