Paceline Podcast #86

Paceline Podcast #86

After a difficult week in which schedules just didn’t meld (Vulcan or otherwise), the boys are back at it. This week’s Very Important Question concerns clipless pedals.

On average, how many tries does it take you to clip your second foot in on uphill starts?
A: First time, every time
B: 1-2 tries
C: 2-5 tries
D: Sometimes I just give up

Fatty excerpts his interview with a remarkable young man who suffered a tragic accident in shop class, but is able to ride thanks to a special setup thanks to Shimano’s Di2 system.

Patrick interviewed Chip Hawkins, the chief designer/inventor for Wahoo Fitness at the Interbike trade show. We get the skinny on what drives Wahoo’s diverse product line.

This podcast is supported by Health IQ, a life insurance company that celebrates cyclists and other health conscious people.  Visit healthiq.com/paceline to learn more & get a free quote, or check out their life insurance FAQ page to get your questions answered.

The Paceline is also supported by Eliel Cycling. Crafted in California, the Eliel brand combines the latest technology with cycling tradition to deliver an experience that is authentically California. View their retail gear and custom program at www.elielcycling.com

 

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4 comments

  1. Brendan T. Burke

    Depends on the steepness of the hill, really. If its crazy steep, then usually, hopefully, one try. otherwise my average is one or two tries. I have been known to never get clipped in if its a loose gravel road pitched at 10%. In that case I hikeabike until the conditions favor me getting traction again.

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