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Bicycle Road Racing: The Complete Program for Training and Competition

by Edward Borysewicz

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0941950077, Paperback)

Bicycle Road Racing is the complete road-racing program of former National Coaching Director “Eddie B.” the man who led U.S. cyclists to an unprecedented nine Olympic medals in 1984. This book covers preparation, strategy, nutrition, psychology, physiology, clothing, and equipment for the major events: road race, criterium, time trial, team time trial, and stage race. There are nearly 100 photographs of top-caliber riders in action, more than 50 detailed illustrations of training exercises, a thorough index of subject references,and many charts, drawings,and tables.

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