Posts Tagged ‘training’

We teamed up with British Cycling to bring you some words of wisdom from riders and experts on the GB Cycling Team as they were putting the final touches to their Olympic preparations.

Read on to find out how the best in the business cope with pressure, training demands, injury and disappointment. And to make the most of the tips, make sure you’ve got a BikeRadar Training account. This free online resource enables you to record and analyse all aspects of your training, log your training routes, get yourself tailored training plans, see how you’re doing on our leaderboards, set goals and plan your season with a comprehensive events guide.


Ben Swift, Sky Pro Cycling rider and World Champion in the Scratch Race 

Some people are born sprinters and some are born endurance riders, and you just have to find out what suits you best. The secret to endurance is having the will to stick it out, because it can get a bit mind-numbing at times. You also have to be able to put up with the strain and the stress of being on the bike for such long periods.

Don’t keep bashing away doing long hours. Mix the training up with intensity and keep it fresh and enjoyable. Find a local club and get out on a club run with them. If there are enough people, it passes the time and you’re working much harder without realising it and having fun on the bike at the same time.

READ MORE How To Train Like A Pro Rider – BikeRadar.

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ImageAnyone from Ushaw Moor, Deerness Valley or Durham area doing the Etape Pennines, I have created an EVENT on Facebook, if you want to do the Etape Pennines as a local group or do some pre-training then check out the LINK

Paul 🙂

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