10 Training Tips For The Haute Route

With 3 months to go until Haute Route Alpe d'Huez, we asked coach and former British criterium champion Dean Downing to share his tips for Haute Route success. Stay motivated by riding with others. Training

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How to train for a spring classic

The Spring Classics are the hardest and harshest of races. Exciting and unpredictable in equal measure, the Classics are a fight on a bike. During spring in northern Europe, the sun sometimes shines hot

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Cycling On A Vegan Diet

One of the benefits of regular cycling and an active lifestyle leaves you with an appetite that can allow you to eat at will. However, in recent years more and more athletes are choosing a vegan lifestyle.

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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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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 mile bike ride of the year or your first ever it can be daunting, but with the right mental and physical preparation

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Top Tips For Building Endurance On Your Bike

What is endurance? In the simplest possible terms, it is your ability to ‘last the distance’ in your chosen event. Track pursuit riders need endurance for their sub-5-minute race, as much as a hundred-mile

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