The Biomechanics of Sprint Cycling
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European Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 95, Numbers 2-3 - SpringerLink

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The effect of rider weight on rider-induced loads during common cycling situations

Journal of Biomechanics, Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages 365-375, April 1995, Authors:Cal Stone; M.L.
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Sprint performance-duration relationships are set by the fractional duration of external force application

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Which factors determine the optimal pedaling rate in sprint cycling? - Abstract - UK PubMed Central

Which factors determine the optimal pedaling rate in sprint cycling? - Abstract - UK PubMed Central | The Biomechanics of Sprint Cycling | Scoop.it
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Maximal intermittent cycling exercise: effects of recovery duration and gender

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Gender differences in anaerobic power of the arms and legs--a scaling issue. - Abstract - UK PubMed Central

Gender differences in anaerobic power of the arms and legs--a scaling issue. - Abstract - UK PubMed Central | The Biomechanics of Sprint Cycling | Scoop.it
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European Journal of Applied Physiology, Volume 88, Numbers 1-2 - SpringerLink

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Why does power output decrease at high pedaling rates during sprint cycling? - Abstract - UK PubMed Central

Why does power output decrease at high pedaling rates during sprint cycling? - Abstract - UK PubMed Central | The Biomechanics of Sprint Cycling | Scoop.it

DOI: 10.1249/MSS.0b013e3180315246

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Role of muscle mass on sprint performance: gender differences?

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The Importance of Isometric Maximum Strength and Peak Rate-o... : The Journal of Strength & Conditioning Research

This study was designed to investigate the relationship of whole-body maximum strength to variables potentially associated with track sprint-cycling success.
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