How can you take inspiration from the pro bike set ups that you see in the Tour de France and apply it to your own bike? Here’s how.
You often associate pro cyclists with low, aggressive, aerodynamic positions on the bike. Although this is generally true, it’s not a case of the pros using a standard pattern to fit their bikes. Rather, they spend time working on their position and bike set up to get the fastest bike for their riding style.
So, instead of slamming your stem, the pro way to set up your bike is to think of what you want to achieve with your bike set up and to analyse how your bike fit and component choice can enable you to do this.
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