Gary Tingley wrote:
When I first started out I used them only on my TT bike 1 day per week, it worked out fine, 30 seconds to get the feel for normal cranks when switching back from the Rotors, now I am doing so much better I got another set for my road bike for racing and training. I believe that they are easily adaptable for the rider with multiple bikes. I wrote a review last year at www.timetrial.org/rotorcranks.htm
A great place for info on the Rotors is www.rotorcranksusa.com
Hi Gary, I read your review about your first 4weeks with the rotarcranks. You wrote
Converting the speed gains to a 40 kilometer race, my time would equate to 118 seconds, or about 2 minutes faster for the 40k event. I believe that as I build my leg strength, I will be able to appreciate all the benefits that Rotor Cranks offer. To this point I have ridden the cranks approximately 220 miles. At my current progression rate, I should be able to finish building my leg strength and realize full potential of the cranks in the following weeks.
Do you still think that you can ride 2 minutes faster on a 40k event with rotorcranks after an certain adaption periode?