Tri Riding In The Wind

  • By Scott Fliegelman
  • Published Jan 23, 2012
  • Updated Oct 31, 2014 at 4:37 PM UTC

Lance Armstrong was famous for thriving in foul weather, and although he spent countless hours honing his skills, he mostly credited this edge over the peloton to his mental preparation. He knew the others would be suffering so he chose to embrace the rain, wind or extreme heat.

Even if you don’t have Lance’s skills or extreme mental toughness, you can race stronger in the wind by following some basic guidelines.

VIDEO: The Big Island’s Mumuku Winds

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