Advice can be confusing:
(And no, I have absolutely no idea what is going on here…)
Tapering your training, an age-old conundrum. Too much is maybe too much:
Too little, depends on how little:
Quick: African or European? Wrong! Neither!
Hooves or talons? No: toes.
Curious or Nonplussed? You be the judge.
More facts at Tapir.org
Some specific Taper advice:
“If in doubt, drill it out”:
“If it’s steel, keep it horizontal” (and a keep it a palindrome):
“Don’t put all your eggs in the same basket”:
Always wear a helmet:
(tops are optional)
And before you call me sexist, always wear a helmet:
(pants also optional).
Ensure you have appropriate cycle gear:
I can’t work out if this is for real. I think it is. Check the room for calf development.
And for the gentleman:
Safety trousers. Look we don’t want “accidents”, but to be honest I don’t see how these work. Do you have to buy each leg separately?
And consider your riding position. Are you a “scorcher” or “upright”; or do you go both ways?
We are going to Perth! I can hardly wait.
Oh, I almost forgot the most important tip. This stuff is great. And a little bit goes a long way.
The Taper 2012
The Taper 2011
The Taper 2010
The Taper 2009