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The ride was natural and telepathic. That’s what you want to hear on a fairly short test ride session right? It was very easy to get used to as the
Descending on the bike seemed really easy as it carved through the singletrack of Park City with ease. I never locked out the platform suspension yet the steep pitches that surprised me were never an issue. The only real problem was my lungs not quite ready for the 9000 foot elevation!
It was easy to forget that this was a 29er since it rode very similar to a 26er. But when the going got real rough on rocky fire roads, the trails did seem smoother than they looked. And at the Wasatch Crest trail, as my guide Photo-John coasted in front of me on his 26er, I had to grab a handful of brake to avoid ramming into him as I was coasting too.
Like I said, these are just first impressions and I hope to ride it more. But color me impressed so far.
Training With Power!
Join Source Endurance at Trek Bicycle Store of Kansas City Thursday March 19th from 7:30-8:30 PM for an evening of fun while learning how to maximize the benefits of training with power. Source Endurance’s Midwest Endurance Consultant Adam Mills will cover the basics of how to train with a powermeter to make your workouts efficient and progressive. Adam will use real-world examples of training files from current athletes to show how it’s done.
After the presentation, Adam and Source Endurance marketing manager Joseph LaFico will be on hand for Q&A and good ole’ fashion social hour complete with food and beverages.
About Source Endurance
Source Endurance is the premier provider of training design and management, physiological testing, nutritional analysis and psychological preparation for endurance athletes. Over the past 18 months Source Endurance has produced and trained 4 current USAC National Champions from