Technical Faq: Dropper Post For An Aero Advantage, More On Synthetic Materials And Skin Sensitivity

Technical FAQ: Dropper post for an aero advantage, more on synthetic materials and skin sensitivity

Mountain bike tech could offer a UCI-legal solution to improving aero positions on road bikes; more discussion about skin sensitivity, allergies, and irritations when wearing cycling shorts. Read the full article at Technical FAQ: Dropper post for an aero advantage, more on synthetic materials and skin sensitivity on VeloNews.com .

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