Kevin Saunders' Articles

KGS Road Racing - 1985 Kevin's articles reflect a decades long interest in cycling, structures, engineering, anatomy, biomechanics and kinesiology. As with any work in progress, technology changes with the times, yet it is interesting to see things written years ago compared to today.

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Find your own Tri bike setup like a pro

This is the same form I use in finding your position at KGS Bikes I constantly am asked if I can help folks remotely with their bicycle setup. Read more about Find your own Tri bike setup like a pro

Find your Road Bike Setup like a Pro

Alternative way to document your road bike setup. Graphic, KGS Bikes Since I added a post on the way to find your tri bike setup, I am now working on my program to help you define your road bike setup. Read more about Find your Road Bike Setup like a Pro

What I learned about bicycle positioning from a speed skater

Old school track cyclists! During the 2010 Winter Olympics I saw Apolo Anton Ohno capture a silver medal which puts him in some pretty good company with Bonnie Blair and Eric Heiden. Read more about What I learned about bicycle positioning from a speed skater

Saddle height tidbits – A little too low or a little too high?

Eddy Merckx pedaling toe down Read more about Saddle height tidbits – A little too low or a little too high?

Do you train in the rain or the dark?

KGS Custom bicycle on Tacx Fortius Trainer I like rollers and the Tacx virtual reality trainers that we offer at KGS Bikes. Here is a quick opinion of both. Read more about Do you train in the rain or the dark?

Who decides what bike you want, or Would Cesaer have wanted a Cervelo?

Cervelo Test Team The job of marketing companies is to make you aware of their products. I am amazed at some big bicycle companies marketing brilliance. They are able to make bicycles “win” races without athletes and make you want a particular brand so badly you can taste it. This is the job of marketing , to make you feel you need something, whether you can afford it or not. Read more about Who decides what bike you want, or Would Cesaer have wanted a Cervelo?

On the road to mediocrity, from Seth’s Blog

Mediocrity On the road to mediocrity, Along the way, we settle. Well, we don't settle, but Seth Godin writes about it. Read more about On the road to mediocrity, from Seth’s Blog

What the bicycle industry wants – Paraphrased from Seth’s Blog

Seth Godin I spend most of my time looking for people who are unhappy with the bicycle business just enough to consider that they can ride a bike designed for them. It is bucking the system and I know it. I get enough reward from seeing a client and friend get on a new bike that is really designed for them and riding it for the first time that all this frustration is worth it. Read more about What the bicycle industry wants – Paraphrased from Seth’s Blog

Bicycle fitter vs. designer-What’s the difference?

KGS / Parlee Time Trial CAD drawing I was on a ride this weekend and a friend was introducing me and stumbled when describing what I do for a living. I realized that I need to improve the definition of what goes on at KGS Bikes. I figure if I heard this confusion once, it happens a lot behind my back! Read more about Bicycle fitter vs. designer-What’s the difference?

Parlee Z4, Z5 and Stock TT – Another way to get the best

KGS Bikes form to document road bike position. Graphic:© KGS Bikes Get a Parlee Z4 from $2900 or a Parlee Z5 or TT from $3900 from KGS Bikes Read more about Parlee Z4, Z5 and Stock TT – Another way to get the best

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