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  • Tim and Zoltan of Sid's invited us to drop by for a visit, check out the newly reorganized shop and brand new bike fit area. Here's some of Zoltan's thoughts on fit, as well as a photo tour of the shop.

  • ...but 350 watts would be nice.

    By Aaron Wolfe

    "What is happiness? The feeling that power is growing, that resistance is overcome."
    Friedrich Nietzsche

  • @##=#<1,r>@##=#Experience
    7 years coaching (2 years Team Manager)
    15 years racing (Road, Cyclocross, Track)
    15 years fitting (include National Champions,
    Triathlon Olympic Distance World Cup Winner,
    Ironman World Cup Winner)
    14 years professional mechanic

    Specialty as a Coach
    Foundation, High Intensity and Individual Race Specific Training

  • The Kissena Cycling Club & Bike Works NYC
    present
    The Night before the Night before...
    Roller Racing on the Eve of the Road Season
    at the Brooklyn Brewery
    Thursday, March 2nd, 2006 7:30pm

  • @##=#<5,L>@##=# There are precious few people in New York with the depth of cycling knowledge that Zoltan Tisza posses. If you catch him at Sids, where he works as their ace mechanic, he is usually schooling somebody on anything from frame building to proper dismount technique.

  • This article is the first of what we hope will be many by esteemed Medical Director and Physiologist Iñigo San Millán of the Saunier Duval-Prodir Pro Tour Team. Wanna get really scientific about your training? Consider getting the man himself in your corner here.

    Power in Professional Cycliing.

  • @##=#<2,L>@##=#
    My name is Iñigo San Millán and I am currently working as the Medical Director and Head Physiologist for Saunier Duval-Prodir UCI Pro Tour Team. I have been with the team since its foundation, 2 seasons ago. I am also in charge of our developmental Amateur Saunier Duval-Prodir Team.

  • by John Campo

    Pulling a pace line – Road and Track – grits and taters;

    Fundamentals are the most overlooked skill in cycling. In almost all other sports fundamentals are taught young sport fans participating and non-participating alike.

  • Scot Willingham will teach his resistance class on Tuesday nights in November. This is a class with exercises designed to address the imbalances that are created by cycling and to prepare the neuromuscular system for the coming season.

    • The classes will be on November 1, 15, and 29.
    • They will begin at 8 pm and will be held at:

    Movements Afoot
    151 West 30th Street, 2nd floor

  • THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF TRACK RACING THAT TRANSFER TO THE ROAD
    By John Campo

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