Five ways to go faster – the long game

Five ways to go faster – the long game

So, you still have a need for speed on your bike?In the first part of this series looking at five ways to go faster, we looked at the ‘short game’ – something I cover in more depth in my most recent webinar. You have been working on aspects of your training and have...
Boris Clark: Week in Numbers

Boris Clark: Week in Numbers

Boris Clark rides for Veris Racing in Perth, Australia. He’s been reflecting on one of his stand-out blocks of training from this year – a week in April during lockdown. Boris also shares some of his key stats from the week, with impressive numbers to show for his...
Join Matthew Keenan’s Tour Training Challenge

Join Matthew Keenan’s Tour Training Challenge

Matthew Keenan’s Tour Training Challenge is well underway – with coaching from Graeme Brown and data from his InfoCrank power meter, Matt is trying to improve his fitness during the three weeks he is commentating on the Tour De France. Matt is now inviting fellow...
How to structure your training – the 80/20 rule

How to structure your training – the 80/20 rule

Training on a bike can be as simple or as complex as you wish to make it, but there is wisdom in keeping it simple as such an approach can pay greater rewards.  You should aim to structure your training using the 80/20 rule, incorporating three different types of...
Pedalling a bike; the importance of true measurement

Pedalling a bike; the importance of true measurement

Many years ago, the only measurement that really mattered for the bike racer or the aspiring kid on their tricycle was the finishing post. A line across the road or a lamp post, it didn’t matter – first one there WON!Racing a bike is still the same. Gran Fondo, Zwift...
Getting the point with Accuracy

Getting the point with Accuracy

In the world of competitive cycling and coaching many things are said about the accuracy of power meters. What is acknowledged by all is that knowing and training the power of the athlete is the single most important determinant for success.  The energy...
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