Essential Triathlon Training Tips: Derailers
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Don’t be derailed by your derailer. Despite hours of training, weeks of healthy eating and months of preparation, anything can happen on race day. While all those gears and chains on your bike can help you to the performance of your life, they can sideline your day before it really starts if you don’t know how to properly care for them. Check out this week’s video to get tips on cleaning, re-aligning, and managing your derailer.
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