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Cycling Science

Author : Cheung, Stephen S.
ISBN : 9781450497329
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Authoritative, yet accessible, this guide provides the latest on science and technology from the world’s top cycling coaches and researchers. Comprehensive and cutting edge, coverage includes the rider–machine interface, environmental stressors, health issues, the planning of training programs, racing techniques, and more.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Performance Cycling

Author : James Hopker
ISBN : 9781408196472
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 22.34 MB
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A user's guide to the most cutting edge knowledge in cycling science. If you're a keen cyclist but want to know more about the science behind the bike, this is the book for you. Get the practical application of this knowledge to give you the performance edge and put you ahead of the peleton. Performance Cycling: The Science of Cycling is written by world renowned cycling authors alongside scientists working at the cutting edge of cycling research. Learn about: the latest training methodologies; how to implement pacing strategies; optimising nutrition; how to effectively set up your bike; and how to mentally prepare for optimal performance. Whether you are a novice or pro cyclist, Performance Cycling is the essential user's guide to guarantee you reach your full potential.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Science Of Cycling

Author : Ed Burke
ISBN : UCSC:32106007518811
Genre : Bicycle racing
File Size : 44.45 MB
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Sportphysiologie, Krafttraining, Radrennsport, Training, Radfahren, Biomechanik, Mechanik, Sportmedizin, Unfallverhütung, Sportpsychologie.
Category: Bicycle racing

Cycling Science

Author : Max Glaskin
ISBN : 9781782406433
Genre : Cycling
File Size : 23.6 MB
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Investigating the scientific wonders that keep the cyclist in the saddle and explaining how the bike and rider work together, this fascinating book is the perfect way to analyse your own kit and technique by showing you the techniques of the professionals. Each chapter investigates a different area of physics or technology and is organised around a series of questions; What is the frame design? How have bicycle wheels evolved? What muscle groups does cycling exploit? How much power does a professional cyclist generate? Each question is investigated using explanatory infographics and illustrations to clarify the answers. Dip into the book for answers to specific questions or read it right through for a complete overview of how machine and rider work together. At its heart, the simple process of getting about on two wheels contains a wealth of fascinating science.
Category: Cycling

Handbook Of Sports Medicine And Science Road Cycling

Author : Robert J. Gregor
ISBN : 9780470694909
Genre : Medical
File Size : 49.73 MB
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The fourth volume in this acclaimed series, Road Cycling concentrates on the techniques of conditioning, road cycling biomechanics, nutrition and hydration, trauma, and the various medical problems encountered by the competitive road cyclist. Edited by two of the world's leading authorities, this new book draws together expertise from contributors from The Netherlands, Italy, and the United States to present an authoritative reference for all those actively involved in the sport.
Category: Medical

Cycling Science

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924074655188
Genre : Cycling
File Size : 23.25 MB
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Category: Cycling

Bicycling Science

Author : David Gordon Wilson
ISBN : 0262731541
Genre : Science
File Size : 81.30 MB
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A new, updated edition of a popular book on the history, science, and engineering of bicycles. The bicycle is almost unique among human-powered machines in that it uses human muscles in a near-optimum way. This new edition of the bible of bicycle builders and bicyclists provides just about everything you could want to know about the history of bicycles, how human beings propel them, what makes them go faster, and what keeps them from going even faster. The scientific and engineering information is of interest not only to designers and builders of bicycles and other human-powered vehicles but also to competitive cyclists, bicycle commuters, and recreational cyclists. The third edition begins with a brief history of bicycles and bicycling that demolishes many widespread myths. This edition includes information on recent experiments and achievements in human-powered transportation, including the "ultimate human- powered vehicle," in which a supine rider in a streamlined enclosure steers by looking at a television screen connected to a small camera in the nose, reaching speeds of around 80 miles per hour. It contains completely new chapters on aerodynamics, unusual human-powered machines for use on land and in water and air, human physiology, and the future of bicycling. This edition also provides updated information on rolling drag, transmission of power from rider to wheels, braking, heat management, steering and stability, power and speed, and materials. It contains many new illustrations.
Category: Science

Physical Science In Cycling Sports

Author : Enzo George
ISBN : 0778776344
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Pedaling a bike engages some of the most complex forces in the world of physics. Get an edge on your competitors with this fascinating book, which reveals the science of cycling. From stunt riding to road racing, discover how forces work to keeping you upright, pedaling, and moving forward all at the same time.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Science Of A Bicycle

Author : Ian Graham
ISBN : 1433900408
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Uses the example of a bicycle to explore forces and how they work, discussing gravity, friction, acceleration, and torque.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

The Science Of Bicycle Racing

Author : Suzanne Slade
ISBN : 9781476539096
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 36.51 MB
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"Describes the science concepts involved in several types of bicycle racing"--
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Cycling Futures

Author : Professor Regine Gerike
ISBN : 9781472453617
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 23.23 MB
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Tensions at the heart of the nature of cycling remain: on the one hand cycling is frequently viewed as being a risky activity, while on the other hand it is seen as being a way of allowing populations to live healthier lives. Reviewing this dichotomy, the authors in this book consider the ways that cycling is planned and promoted. This is done partly in relation to these issues of risk and health, but also from the broader perspective of behavioural response to the changing nature of cycling. A section on methodologies is also included which outlines the current state-of-the art and points a way to future research.
Category: Social Science

Cycling And Society

Author : Dave Horton
ISBN : 9781317155140
Genre : Social Science
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How can the social sciences help us to understand the past, present and potential futures of cycling? This timely international and interdisciplinary collection addresses this question, discussing shifts in cycling practices and attitudes, and opening up important critical spaces for thinking about the prospects for cycling. The book brings together, for the first time, analyses of cycling from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds, including history, sociology, geography, planning, engineering and technology. The book redresses the past neglect of cycling as a topic for sustained analysis by treating it as a varied and complex practice which matters greatly to contemporary social, cultural and political theory and action. Cycling and Society demonstrates the incredible diversity of contemporary cycling, both within and across cultures. With cycling increasingly promoted as a solution to numerous social problems across a wide range of policy areas in car-dominated societies, this book helps to open up a new field of cycling studies.
Category: Social Science

High Tech Cycling

Author : Ed Burke
ISBN : 0736045074
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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This illustrated text offers cyclists clear explanations and practical applications of cutting edge science in boosting performance, and discusses critical performance issues in both road and mountain biking.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Cutting Edge Cycling

Author : Hunter Allen
ISBN : 9781492582274
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 88.49 MB
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Increase speed, power, endurance, and efficiency with Cutting-Edge Cycling. You’ll learn how to apply the latest in cycling research, science, and technology to train smarter, ride longer, and race faster. Renowned cycling coach Hunter Allen and leading scientist Stephen Cheung share the most recent biomechanical, physiological, and technical advances and research, why they matter, and how you can incorporate them for maximal training and optimal performance. From the latest information on periodization, lactate threshold, and recovery to bike positioning, pedaling technique, and cadence, Cutting-Edge Cycling covers every aspect of conditioning, preparation, and competition in this physically demanding sport. Additional coverage includes interviews that cover a broad range of topics: interpreting lab results, fatigue, monitoring training, high-intensity training, prevention of and recovery from overtraining, pacing, bike fit, power meter quadrant analysis, hydration, and cooling strategies. If you’re serious about gaining the edge on the competition, Cutting-Edge Cycling is one guide you shouldn’t be without.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Cycle

Author : Peter Holmes a. Court
ISBN : 1864705094
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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In 2011 an Australian businessman took a sabbatical to show Europe to his children. Along the way he stumbled on a 50-year-old factory that creates custom fitted cycles for elite riders and aspiring amateurs. For four months Peter Holmes Court visited
Category: Sports & Recreation

The Microbial Ferrous Wheel Iron Cycling In Terrestrial Freshwater And Marine Environments

Author : David Emerson
ISBN : 9782889190744
Genre :
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In the past 15 years, there has been steady growth in work relating to the microbial iron cycle. It is now well established that in anaerobic environments coupling of organic matter utilization to Fe reduction is a major pathway for anaerobic respiration. In iron-rich circumneutral environments that exist at oxic-anoxic boundaries, significant progress has been made in demonstrating that unique groups of microbes can grow either aerobically or anaerobically using Fe as a primary energy source. Likewise, in high iron acidic environments, progress has been made in the study of communities of microbes that oxidize iron, and in understanding the details of how certain of these organisms gain energy from Fe-oxidation. On the iron scarcity side, it is now appreciated that in large areas of the open ocean Fe is a key limiting nutrient; thus, a great deal of research is going into understanding the strategies microbial cells, principally phytoplankton, use to acquire iron, and how the iron cycle may impact other nutrient cycles. Finally, due to its abundance, iron has played an important role in the evolution of Earth’s primary biogeochemical cycles through time. The aim of this Research Topic is to gather contributions from scientists working in diverse disciplines who have common interests in iron cycling at the process level, and at the organismal level, both from the perspective of Fe as an energy source, or as a limiting nutrient for primary productivity in the ocean. The range of disciplines may include: geomicrobiologists, microbial ecologists, microbial physiologists, biological oceanographers, and biogeochemists. Articles can be original research, techniques, reviews, or synthesis papers. An overarching goal is to demonstrate the environmental breadth of the iron cycle, and foster understanding between different scientific communities who may not always be aware of one another’s work.
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Methods In Ecosystem Science

Author : Osvaldo E. Sala
ISBN : 0387987436
Genre : Nature
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Carbon and energy dynamics; Nutrient and water dynamics; Manipulative ecosystem experiments; Synthesis and conclusions.
Category: Nature

Effective Cycling

Author : John Forester
ISBN : 0262560704
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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bicyclists fare best when they act, and are treated in return, as drivers of vehicles, with the same rights and responsibilities that motorists have
Category: Sports & Recreation

Issues In General Science And Scientific Theory And Method 2011 Edition

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ISBN : 9781464963476
Genre : Science
File Size : 42.4 MB
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Category: Science