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El ciclismo es un deporte que encaja a la perfección con nuestros valores de compañerismo, sufrimiento, amistad, esfuerzo colectivo, superación … y del que somos amantes y en muchos casos practicantes.

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El Club Ciclista Murias Taldea es una organización diseñada para promover las carreras de bicicletas en ruta. Contamos con un equipo de carreras competitivo, pero también damos la bienvenida a ciclistas de todas las habilidades y experiencia.

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Nuestro comité

Todos nuestros clubes y sociedades están dirigidos por un comité, que es un equipo de personas que lideran, organizan y publicitan un grupo dentro de su Unión de Estudiantes.

Comprobaciones de estado

Nuestro Club se complace en ofrecer controles de salud a todos los miembros como parte de su compromiso de mejorar la calidad de vida de todos los deportes.

Medicina deportiva y masajes

Con un equipo de profesionales altamente capacitados, ofrecemos una experiencia personalizada para ayudarlo a lograr sus objetivos de acondicionamiento físico y superar lesiones.

Entrenamiento y ejercicio personal

El entrenamiento personal y la fisiología del ejercicio pueden ayudarlo a lograr sus objetivos de acondicionamiento físico.
Plan de seguridad de conducción

Los capitanes harán un seguimiento de las personas que asistan a los paseos para garantizar su regreso seguro al campus. Los viajes grupales se realizarán para mantener un solo grupo, excepto en los casos en que estén presentes varios capitanes y sea posible dividir un viaje en grupos separados según la velocidad, cada uno dirigido por un capitán.

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Los mejores consejos para tu primera carrera ciclista

Carrera ciclista

Every runner has to start somewhere. Here are some tips to help you on your first bike race .

Being used to riding in a group

During training, make sure to go out in multiple groups to be used to traveling between other riders at high speeds and in tight groups. Chaingang training sessions with a local club will help you in this regard. Riding in a group with a club will have taught you about the benefits of drafting plus the cycling etiquette you will need to get around without incurring the ire of other riders.

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Be prepared for the course

Always familiarize yourself with the course. Often times, the race organizers will share a map of the route well in advance so that you have had a chance to see the course and perhaps the sections of the course, if not all beforehand. If it is going to be a mountainous route, be prepared to climb and have a rough idea of ​​the length of the climbs so as not to waste all your energy halfway.

Check your bike

One day before the race, check your bike thoroughly. Don’t leave anything untested. Make sure there is nothing loose and check your gears and that your brakes work properly. Give your chain and drivetrain a good cleaning and lubrication, and also check your tires for deep cuts or any problems.

Pack your gear

The night before the race, pack everything you need. Get a good idea of ​​the expected weather so you can pack accordingly. Have a checklist that includes cycling jersey, shorts, socks, shoes, helmet, gloves, and items like jacket / cape and overshoes if bad weather is expected. Some races also require you to have a race license, so don’t forget to pack that too.

Bottles and food

Also, make sure you have all your water bottles filled and your energy bars and gels ready so you don’t have to do this on race day. The amount you need will depend on the length of your career. If you’re racing for about an hour at the most, a bottle and gel are likely to be sufficient. If you are going to do a longer event, you should aim to eat and drink around 500 calories per hour after the first hour.

Eat like you would before a workout

The night before a race is not the time to start experimenting with what you eat. Just eat the same type of carbohydrate-rich food that you would eat the night before a workout .

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Smooth ride the day before

After you’ve tuned your bike, it’s worth taking a smooth turn the day before the race. Don’t overdo it, just do a gentle twist to keep your body moving and activate those muscles you’ll be using in tomorrow’s race. Remember, no race is won by training the day before a race, but many have potentially been lost.

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