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The hardest part of bike racing isn't cornering, climbing or pack sprints. The biggest obstacle is the anxiety that everyone feels before they pin on that first number and roll up to the starting line. You'll feel a little better once the race starts and a lot better when it's over. The next race will be easier because you'll know what to expect.

Knowing what to expect is a big part of calming those prerace jitters. We've assembled some useful advice so that you don't have to learn it the hard way.

Weeks Before the Race:



The Night Before:



Race Day:



Start of the Race



During the Race



Finish



Post-Race Analysis:



By Chris Fischer and David LaPorte.
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