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June 02, 2017 1 min read 0 Comments

Some many cyclists I know are still amazed at the most humble of cycling skills - the trackstand.

Cyclingtips asked me to break the art of the trackstand cycling skill down for them, and while there are a few core principles, number one is practice. 10 years of 6 days a week, 8 - 6 is how I got the knack for it.  

An afternoon session with friends is the best way to help advance your skills if you are still frustrated by it.   Start practising in kicks before you tackle clipping in. This is a skill that translates well to commuting to work when you come to a set of lights, riding your favourite trails and overcoming obstacles and on the odd occasion - showing off. If you still have trouble figuring out how to trackstand, the only other thing which makes this skill easier is a pair of Giro's.

Get out there and have fun!

 


Sizing

Jersey  |  Vest

                                           XS        S          M         L            XL            2XL    

Chest Circumference    86-90   90-94   94-98   98-105   105-111   111-119

Front Length                   52-53   53-54   54-55   55-56      56-57       57-58

All measurements are in centimetres - CM

 

Bib Short

                                         XS        S          M         L          XL        2XL    

Waist Circumference  69-74   75-80   81-86   87-92   93-99   100-107

'Standard' Leg               23         24        25         26        27         28

'Classic' Leg                  23        24.5      26        27.5      29        30.5    

All measurements are in centimetres - CM

 

 

T- Shirt's

                                               XS    S      M       L       XL     2XL    

Chest (armpit to armpit)     92     97    102    107    112    117

Length (neck to bottom)     74     75     76      77      78      79

All measurements are in centimetres - CM