Merk at jeg har samarbeidsavtale med Bioracer og noen av deres produkter er omtalt. Ved å bruke koden «triallan» vil du få 30 % på Bioracer Speedwear Concept Tri Suit og Bioracer Aero tubes. Merk også at besparelser oppgis i watt, et begrep som er relativt og avhengig av hastighet. Mine besparelser er basert på … Fortsett å lese Hvordan kle seg for en triatlon i 2020
Tomorrow at 9 AM CET (roughly) I will start my 24 hour distance challenge. Riding as far as possible within that time. The obvious goal is to bet the Norwegian distance record of 767 km, but I want to go at least 800km. With a super fast triathlon bike, aero clothing and equipment it should … Fortsett å lese Ready for the 24 hour challenge
This seasons lack of racing has made cyclists restless and creative. In Norway we had a «distance-war» with the current record holder Jonas Orset didn’t stop until he 1011 kilometre. I am not going out for that record, but after watching a video of a James MacDonald trying to ride 950k in 24 hour on … Fortsett å lese Going for the Norwegian 24 hour record
Earlier this spring I had a training ride with Hans Christian Tungesvik. It was a 4h ride with 15 x 7 min on/3 min easy at 240/260/280 watts, Hans Christian’s watts. On the first 7 min on 240w I pushed 274w to keep up. On the 260w I went 286w and on the 280w I … Fortsett å lese Where did I aerodynamically screw up?
I honestly don’t get depressed with the lack of races. It’s an excellent opportunity to do things I have wished to do, but could not find space in a packed race season. One of them is running a marathon. You know, the version without following some swimming and bike riding. First time I ran a … Fortsett å lese Project 2:32
“Devil is in the details”. A slightly odd phrase which implies that being nitty-gritty with the details is where extraordinary results are made. Triathletes, with their often A-type personalities, love to get deep into the details. In triathlon, however, it’s all wrong. The extraordinary results are made when doing the ordinary and basic stuff … Fortsett å lese Nail the basics