The Biomechanics of Cycling.
Hull & Gonzalez
Is economy of competitive cyclists affected by the anterior–posterior foot position on the pedal?
J.R. Van Sickle Jr, M.L. Hull
The influence of pedaling rate on bilateral asymmetry in cycling
W. Smak, R.R. Neptune, M.L. Hull
by Stephen M. Pribut, DPM
The Pedaling Technique of Elite Endurance Cyclists:
Changes With increasing Workload at Constant Cadence
Steven A. Kautz, Michael E. Feltner, Edward F. Coyle, and Ann M. Baylor
A theoretical analysis of preferred pedaling rate selection
in endurance cycling
R.R. Neptune!, M.L. Hull
Functional Roles of the Leg Muscles When Pedaling in the Recumbent Versus the Upright Position
Nils A. Hakansson, M. L. Hull
How Changing the Inversion/ Eversion Foot Angle Affects the Nondriving Intersegmental Knee Moments and the Relative Activation of the Vastii Muscles in Cycling
Colin S. Gregersen, M. L. Hull, Nils A. Hakansson
Non-driving intersegmental knee moments in cycling computed using a model that includes three-dimensional kinematics of the shank/foot and the effect of simplifying assumptions
Colin S. Gregersen, M.L. Hull
Physiological and biomechanical factors associated with elite endurance cycling performance
E. F. COYLE, M. E. FELTNER, S. A. KAUTZ, M. T. HAMILTON, S. J. MONTAIN, A. M. BAYLOR, L. D. ABRAHAM, and G. W. PETREK
Overuse Injuries of Professional Road Cyclists
by Inigo San MilanExcellent article describing a major physiological component of performance cycling.
The myth of lactic acid?…Check out some research.
http://www.sport-fitness-advisor.com/lactic-acid.html (there’s a good summary at the bottom of this article)
This is an intriguing article. Is Bike Fit really about the best components to create the best bike for any client? Or is it about selling a product line and pieces that fit the client best from that line.
And here’s another article by Dan Empfield at Slowtwitch about bike positional issues.