Every rider wants to be better at climbing on the bike and the way to do this is by hill repeats in training which will teach you to ride them more efficiently and faster! Stay seated This will help you save energy so find a rhythm and tap it out. Move hands to top … Continue reading 5 tips to help you climb faster on the bike
They don’t call time trialling, “The Race of Truth” for nothing; it is the most simple form of bike racing as it’s just you against the clock. They are great training sessions and often overlooked by many cyclists but they will help you improve as a cyclist. There are many tips to help you save … Continue reading 5 simple tips to ride your fastest Time Trial
An affordable coaching option to help you achieve your cycling goals in 2018 This programme is specifically designed for any cyclist wishing to improve their cycling whether it be Timetrials, triathlons or sportive’s for next season. Everybody wants quick times during the season and to get these it is important to remember that the hard … Continue reading Team Ride Harder
For many of you out there you may never have heard of periodization let alone reverse periodization. So what is periodization? “Periodization is the systematic planning of athletic or physical training. The aim is to reach the best possible performance in the most important competition of the year. It involves progressive cycling of various aspects … Continue reading Does reverse periodization work?
I’m always being asked “how can I get faster on the bike?” and although training harder will increase your speed if done in a structured way there is another option which is a must for anybody wanting to go faster at Time Trials or Triathlons…. Time Trial bars come on TT bikes as standard but … Continue reading How much faster are TT bars?
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Bike Fit – Essential not Optional When I started out with my first road bike a little over two years ago I could barely manage 20 miles without feeling excruciating pain between my shoulders, my lower back and my ‘undercarriage’. I assumed that this was normal and that my body had to toughen up and … Continue reading Is a bike fit for me?…..
Well this was it, the last day so just one big push required for us to get to John o’Groats. The weather forecast was not kind to us again with rain and strong winds of 20mph+, which were going to be a headwind. We went for the same strategy as yesterday with a full English … Continue reading LEJOG Day 10
We decided to go for a different strategy this morning and have breakfast before we left as the kind lady from the B&B agreed to make it at 6am! We went for the full english and I ended up eating double black pudding! I put Darren’s saddle up nearly two inches and we started our … Continue reading LEJOG Day 9
Darren awake this morning with fear and dread with what was to come for todays ride as there was some climbing planned and due to the location we could not find a planned stop for 66miles! I had also rounded the distance down of our final destination which is exactly what he would do to … Continue reading LEJOG Day 8