Time on TT bike - how often

A light bike doesn't replace good fitness.

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by Kermithimself

Cool, thanks for all the replies. I was just a bit worried that training too much on the TT bike, would limit my ability on the RR bike.
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shoopdawoop wrote:Your time trial position is more aggressive right? That is why I am advocating riding in that position frequently, because it will benefit the less aggressive road position.

That's not what you were saying at all.

But have just agreed with me :thumbup:

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