Tune up: How to use music to get the best out of your cycling

It’s 1910 and the eccentric researcher Leonard P. Ayres is watching the New York six-day bike race at Madison Square Garden. He’s got his stopwatch out, timing the riders as they whir around the velodrome. A brass band plays intermittently on the sidelines, generally for a few minutes at a time before stopping for a … The post Tune up: How to use music to get the best out of your cycling appeared first on CyclingTips .

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