Wednesday, April 16, 2008


David Millar -

"It's important to know what you're doing - and when to do it - when you choose to attack. Think about things in advance and work it out; it's no use just doing things for the sake of it. Check out the course, wind direction, other riders and so on, and then have a basic plan.
"When I attack I get myself into a position close to the front of the group and spend a few minutes geeing myself up and focusing on what I need to do. When you attack it needs to be fully committed, 100 per cent; there is no point in anything less. You must sprint more or less fl at out for around 200 metres in a bigger gear to open a gap, and then settle immediately into your maximum pace for a couple of minutes, at your normal cadence, which will hurt. Then, and only then, should you assess if it's been successful. A quick glance over your shoulder will tell you what the situation is."



Anonymous Anonymous said...

yeah duuuuuuude, rock out with
your cock out!

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

jam out with your clam out!!!

9:02 PM  

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