Posts Tagged ‘Tactics’

Benchmark Rides and What NOT TO DO In Group Ride

 I love getting out and riding new roads, meeting new cyclists and pushing myself. So this weekend I did something I have not done in some

Cold weather training for cyclists and runners

If you are living in cold weather climates and are an endurance athlete it maybe time to bundle up. While I am writing this article it’s

Lessons Learned From The Field - ITT

Hey everyone hope that the riding, running and racing season has been a rewarding one! Its been a long while since I posted a lessons learned

The pre race warm up

I have written about warming up and cooling down after races and training rides in the past and even had some interesting comments about cool downs

The best training ever - The Hammer Fest

Nothing to scientific about working hard and getting a good sweat on as an athlete! I love to train with structure but sometimes the unexpected can

Secrets of climbing specialists

Welcome back to another article! I hope you found the last article on Pacing Strategies helpful in thinking about how you can ride smarter and more

Tip: Rolling a hill

I was recently reminded about an older article I wrote about my experiences riding a fixed gear bike. The biggest lesson I took away from riding

Pacing tactics for recreational and competitive cyclists

In my inaugural article at Tour d’Afrique I make my introductions and share some tips, tactics and strategies for athletes riding in the Silk Route Expedition.

Tip: When to do anything in a race

Some time ago I wrote an article on when to attack and how to attack in a bike race. Recently a great question was asked: “When

Tip: Riding in windy conditions

I have recently had some twitter followers asked me to cover some topics they are curious about and one really stood out for me. How do

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