Tips On How To Taper For Your Next Event

In the final two weeks before an event there is little extra training you can do to improve your fitness, instead the focus is on being as fresh and prepared for race day as you can be.If you have been…

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6 Ways To Prepare For A Multi Day Ride

If you have completed a few sportives already this year, you might be thinking about how to step up your game and challenge yourself even further. That’s where multi day rides come in. Multi-day…

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Your Guide To Functional Threshold Power

Functional Threshold Power, or FTP, is a serious stat bandied about by many cyclists. If you’ve heard of FTP but aren’t sure why it is important or how to measure it, follow our simple guide…

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The Cobbled Classics: Training For Uneven Surfaces

If you are riding one of the cobbled classic sportives or taking part in one of the many gravel rides that are springing up you will need to work on your position, technique and leg strength to counteract…

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Lizzie Deignan: Preparing For The Unexpected

Tips you can take from Strade Bianche Wet, narrow roads and a nervous, tightly packed peloton; it’s what gives the spring classics their unrivalled appeal and a never-ending series of surprising…

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How To Prepare For A 100-Mile Bike Ride

Doing a century ride is very much a milestone distance, whether it is your first ‘100’ of the year or your first ever it can be daunting, but with the right mental and physical preparation…

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