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Turbo trainers

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Mar 2013
3:58pm, 16 Mar 2013
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Thank you all for replies! I've been away from the web for a while, happily back online now.

I hope to combine the turbo sessions with being out on the road, as I want to try and do the odd intense session. Maybe averaging 15-20 mph for an hour or so to build leg strength building up to doing maybe three hours then into a run off.
The roads are fine in my area and I hope to start doing some outside stuff, just want to be able to 'go at it' for medium to long periods, which I can't do on the road.
Mar 2013
7:38pm, 18 Mar 2013
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was thinking of getting one of these but dont know if it is worth it - mainly thinking when the weather was bad at least I could still do something on the bike. Do many of you use them?
Mar 2013
7:44pm, 18 Mar 2013
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MM you should pop across to one of the bike threads and ask. Loads of folks do.

Are both active threads at the moment, along with The Bike Thread.
Mar 2013
7:57pm, 18 Mar 2013
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Mar 2013
7:43am, 24 Mar 2013
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Mudlark/Titan Tri sport
Ive been on turbo over the last 3 days of this crap weather ! 2hrs at a time,buckets loads of sweat & watching all kinds of poo on tv ,but
ended up with watching repeats of cycling tour in Spain,Damn cannot get up to 65+kms hr like them guys lol...

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