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Especially useful for those entering or reentering bicycling. At 53 I don’t really see any diff between cycling at 30 and 53. Maybe in 27 years I’ll buy a book titled Cycling Past 80. Sorry, I don’t have any real comments on the book. I just wanted to make a statement. I’ve read the book and agree with you.
It has alot of info, but is very dry. I rarely go over 50, generally my top speeds are about 35 – 40 mph. That is just too good. Overall the book said the same thing as most other books on cycling and cycling fitness. SOMEONE finally got one of my jokes. A rare event, most folks take me seriously.
Why do people feel the need to over analize things? Just go out and ride! Location: Not far from the Withlacoochee Trail. I bought the book in 2001. I not a chart and graph person either so kinda skimmed the stuff with the graphs and charts but thought the book was great as a whole. The LORD is merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and plenteous in mercy.
I am not familiar with the book. What were the author’s primary theses? Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing. I’m past 50 and I am reading Friel’s “The Cyclist’s Training Bible”. He has a short section about the older cyclist racing.
He sites the Aging Myth where almost all studies about aging compare cross sections of the population at different ages and draw the erroneous conclusion that older people have much less athletic ability. The reason that most older people have less capacity is that they have lost it through in activity. He says “the few longitudinal studies that have been done show that when the intensity of training is maintained, aerobic capacity and other selected measures of fitness decline as little as 2 percent per decade. Keep it up fellow oldies! There’s a lot to be said for just getting on the bike and riding away. When I decided to get back on the bike in my late 40s, I got a couple of books about exercising in your later years, and about a third of the way through, I just said “The hell with it” and went for a ride.
I imagine the graphs and charts and numbers would be useful if I wanted to train for the Senior Olympics or something, but I pretty much just like to ride enough to keep my weight down. I noticed my recovery times getting longer too. Do you guys go at your spouses speed and forget about “racing” for the moment? That’s still pretty darn good! That was supposed to have been a joke!