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Physical Preparation

Knowing how to prepare for a cycling event can be confusing and hard. British Cycling’s Insight Zone gives you the best resource on how to improve your cycling fitness. From our experts you’ll learn about training plans, recovering after rides, and planning for performance.

 

The British Cycling training plans will give you the knowledge so you can build the fitness to get the most out of your cycling. Recover optimally from your training with routines supplied by our Insight Zone experts Nigel Mitchell and Phil Burt, making sure you can ride longer and stay stronger.

 

As a member of British Cycling, you’ll have the backing of British Cycling coaching experts to support you in achieving your cycling goals.


Training plans: Improving cycling fitness in the most time efficient way, giving you the cycling training plans to have the best sportive season ever. The three levels of British Cycling Sportive Training Plans will give you the fitness to complete a 60 mile or 100 mile sportive event. Read more


Recovery: Recovery from training is one of the keys to maximising your performance on the bike. Our experts Phil Burt and Nigel Mitchell will give you the crucial information for staying strong and healthy throughout the British Cycling Sportive Training Plan. Read more


Planning for Performance: You have been cycling for a while and making steady progress but now you need expert help to take you to the next level. Here at British Cycling’s Insight Zone, we take information from the world best coaches and put it in your hands as a member of the team. Read more


Anti-doping: Anti-doping is the bid to eliminate doping from cycling and the fight to protect your right to compete in clean sport. As a competitive cyclist it is important that you are aware of Anti-doping, how it may affect you and how you can maintain your status as a clean rider. Read more

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