Sitting vs. Standing When Cycling Uphill

Sitting vs. Standing When Cycling Uphill

When the elevation starts to rise, what is a more efficient use of your power: sitting or standing?

Triathlon legend and six-time Ironman world champion Dave Scott breaks down the muscular economics of riding uphill and suggests riding positions specific to tri bikes.

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