It would appear that the key to any blog is to finish your thought prior to posting. What I meant the say at the end of the last blog was: it’s our belief that the correct geometry, individually fit to the rider makes all the difference in the ride experience. And that’s what we constantly strive for.
But this blog is meant to be more that just a promo for the shop. What I am attempting to do is give sound and thoughtful advice on fitting, nutrition, training and other cycling related topics. There is a fairly large biking community on this side of the twin cities and I have certainly heard my share of bias and dogma. It’s not that I have all the answers, far from it. Even though I have a Ph.D. in Exercise Physiology, definitive answers are few and far between. Mark Twain said it best, “there is something fascinating about science. One gets such wholesale returns of conjecture out of such a trifling investment in fact”. And it is facts that I will be trying to convey, where they end and where conjecture begins. In the coming months since the snow is about to fly I thought it best to discuss training during the off season and ride that fine line between fact and conjecture, but facts always first. And as Mark Twain also said, “Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please”.