Hard work pays off – if you train hard and recover well, you will see the results starting with cycling faster. However, there are several pro tips and tricks that can help you go faster and save effort. Learning to position yourself well in the bunch, learning where to exert your effort and when to say no to a turn are all key skills that can be just as important as fitness in a race situation. Even if you don’t race, this will help you beat your friends to the cafe!

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John is obsessed with cycling and all about Italian bikes. John is fascinated by the prestige and tradition of Italian cycling and everything that it represents. His passion for vintage classic bikes is contagious and in particular his love for old school Pinarello. Having ridden some of Italy's monster climbs, including the famed 48 switch backs of Passo dello Stelvio, John likes to ride bikes that are showered in history and esteem, much like the famed climbs of the Giro D'Italia. John rides a Pinarello Quattro with full Campagnolo componentry.