Thanks Simon and Tim,
I am 28 year old I started road bike competition 7 years ago and get results I was 513 ème in the classement of the French Cyling Federation unfortunately I get very bad health problem and I must stop bike 3 years without any activities I started again by cross but only for fun and race by race I recover my legs so I decided so race again seriously on road and in cyclo-cross.
But I also discover cyclo-cross is very technic and you can loose a race if you ride bad pressure or bad tubulars but I like to learn
But I think I am very lucky to live in north of France next to Belgium I think the best school to learn cyclo-cross where also amateur level is very very high...
Sometimes I go in Harnes to train but this winter I ride too long training I think and not so fast, it was a mistake !!!!
Harnes is where John GADRET is training but imposible to follow him of course
I see him every wednesday !!!
I also realize that in cyclo-cross you must be 100% efficient at the start, but in the road you can be a little bit tired that is not a problem !!!
but in cyclo-cross the start is a VERY BIG part of your final result !!!
Yes i love my Ridley it is a X-Night, very light (7,4 Kg) , confy and strong enough for cyclo-cross
my oher bike is ridley Supercross I hope an other X-NIGHT for next season only a question of money of course
Bye and thanks a lot for your help that is great
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