RIDE Cycling Review speaks with former Olympian Kevin Nicholls about using a Pioneer Power Monitoring System to greater understand riding efficiency.
We’ve often referenced the data provided by power meters and how it can help riders train smarter to get the most out of their racing. But a recent discussion with the 60-year-old former Olympic gold medallist, Kevin Nichols, reminds us that these cycle computers are useful for more than the competitive community.
“I’m looking at it more from the efficiency point of view,” Nichols recently told RIDE. “How can I have a bit more fun with a little less effort and enjoy my riding more?”
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