Cycling Time Trials May 2009

For most time triallists, the whole point of their sport is sheer speed. What inspires them through the long winter months is looking forward to the thrill of going as fast as they possibly can under their own steam.

That?s why, when the weather warms up, they head for roads that are flat, straight, and well-surfaced ? the drag-strip courses that have formed the core of time trialling since it began.

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