Borrow these moves from BMX to sprint faster than ever, even if it's just to the top of your local hill.
Use cones, or chalk off 90 to 120 feet on a quiet street or parking lot. On your bike of choice, come to the slowest roll possible, track stand, or go BMX-style with foot propped on a small box to keep yourself upright.
In a moderate to slightly heavy gear, stand up out of the saddle and start to pedal. Once you’re rolling, fully engage your sprint by bringing one foot to the two o'clock position, then pushing it down while pulling back on the bars. Throw your hips forward, and let your back foot come quickly back around. Keep driving until you cross all 90 to 120 feet. For variance in your training, change things up by performing a standing start on flat, uphill, and downhill terrain. Start with 2 sets of 6 to 8 efforts.
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