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We love to cycle here at Ironhorse PT and Pilates, and so do our kids! (That's my 4 year old in her very 1st triathlon, how cool is that? I got to run to the finish line with her!). Her actual bike split was only 5 min 7sec. However, as adults, we generally spend many more hours in the saddle than that. Training rides for Ironman 70.3 or 140.6 are usually between 2-6+ hours, ditto for century rides and can be more for events like Death Ride which require a lot of climbing, multiple day cycling...
Posted on 2017-09-16