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Time Trialing

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Time Trialing (Introduction)


A time trial is a timed bicycling event. Time trials are almost always individual events. It’s one rider against the clock. Often called the “race of truth,” the time trial is often perceived as the ultimate test of a cyclist’s ability.


In multi-day events, the individual time-trial stages are usually crucial to a rider’s overall success.


●   Time trialing is comprehensively reviewed.

●   The physical requirements and training of time trialing are discussed. 

●   The techniques of time trialing are reviewed.

●   The pre and post time trial preparations are reviewed. 

●   The importance of mental attitude is addressed. 

●   Time trial position and equipment are reviewed.