Roadmap for this year’s cycling and marathon events so far:
• July 15th: ⏱🚵🏼♂️ #schauinslandkönig , hill-climb time trial over 11,5 km and 770 m el. in #Freiburg , my old uni town
• July 28th: 🏎🛣️ @radamring, 24-hour bicycle race at the Nürburgring (Formula 1 arena); thanks so much @bodensee.rennrad for asking me to join the team!
• Aug 19th: 🏊🏼♂️🚴🏼♂️🏃🏻@allgaeutriathlon, probably only the Olympic distances, because one week later 👉🏼
• Aug 25th: 🚵🏼♂️🚵🏼♂️🚵🏼♂️ @alpenbrevet, brevet in Switzerland with 276 km, 7031 m el.
• Oct 7th: 🏃🏻 #3ländermarathon , marathon through Germany, Austria and Switzerland
2️⃣0️⃣1️⃣8️⃣ ANNOUNCEMENT 🔔
I will race for @guidonfuxeen this year 🔥 !
Very proud to take part in this adventure with young riders in this club who’s a monument in Occitanie ☀️
Thanks to @dotoutsport@thewonderfulsocks@albaoptics to renew your trust for this year 🙏🏻
More slow-Mo! Knee displacement can occur for a million and one reasons. Quite often riders will pedal like this with absolutely no problems (a certain mr Sagan for example). I have lost count of the amount of riders who’ve been told by their coach, riding partners, club members etc to try and draw their knees in. If you’re one of these people offering this “advice”, please don’t. Active correction of this type of pedalling dynamic often leads to pain and injury. If your body does something weird and it doesn’t hurt, let it be. If it hurts or you’re unsure? Well, go get a bike fit!