This is a promoted post in association with David Millar and A1 Members.
The ‘David Millar TT System’ gives a roadmap to all riders on how to improve their time trialling. The system isn’t a strict set of rules on how to do it ‘right’, or an argument for purchasing an expensive list of equipment. Because every rider is unique, Millar’s system reveals how everybody can unlock their full potential and become the best time triallist they can possibly be.
- Click here to sign up for the free four-part video training Series where David reveals his Five-Point Time Trial System.
As I outlined yesterday in the introduction to this series on my TT system, the amount of misinformation out there about time trialling really frustrates me. It seems that a large proportion of competitors think the only path to speed is to invest thousands of dollars in equipment, wind tunnel testing and suchlike.
I hate seeing riders waste time and money in the pursuit of speed when the real gains for most are much simpler and closer to home.
This is one of the reasons why I hooked up with the guys at A1 Members. Like me, they ask the awkward questions and don’t take things for granted.
So, I decided to write this blog and help create the free video series because, by making simple changes to the various elements of the TT System I developed, it is possible for riders to see a huge increase in performance: that is, if only they know what to look for… !
1. Begin with what you have
2. First steps
3. Compare, study and learn
4. The cockpit
5. On the road
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