Kevin Saunders' Articles
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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Dex Tooke is training for a solo transatlantic crossing by bicycle in the Race Across America. We created a gallery on Flickr that shows a “Dress Rehearsal” training ride to get the crew up to speed. Read more about Dex Tooke RAAM Dress Rehearsal Training Ride photo gallery
Sunday afternoons are typically quiet at KGS Bikes, with a friend or two dropping in, possibly someone new who is discovering a bicycle studio that is not like other stores. Read more about The BicyCore trainer – Why didn’t I think of that?
Nutrition, or lack thereof, is a big topic these days. Athletes have greater caloric requirements and like obese people, many are in fact under nourished. Read more about 3Bar energy bars for cyclists and triathletes
As the new year approaches I have spent considerable time in reflection One of the funny quirks of the bicycle business is pedals. Read more about Which Pedal Peddler Serves you Best for Triatlon?
As the new year approaches I have spent considerable time in reflection regarding the things that went well and those that didn't in 2009. Read more about Changing the Game
I was commiserating with a distributor recently and our discussion revolved around the oddities of the bicycle industry. Read more about The Value of You
I get so many requests for bike fits from folks that I thought I would share a dialog I had recently with Chuck from Florida. Read more about Anatomy of a Positioning Project
I recently did a positioning for a new client who had gone through a rough patch with his bicycles. He had purchased two bikes and had gotten four fittings with other folks prior to visiting me. Read more about Close is Not Good Enough
I remember back in my bike racing days in the 80's, my friend Jim Dolan had a major bottom bracket malfunction on the day of a race. Read more about Murphy’s Law Before a Big Race
In South Texas, we experience a rainy season in the Fall that can overwhelm folks that are used to riding in dry conditions every day. Read more about Don’t Let Precipitation Rain on Your Parade