Training: Getting Started





Stay visible on your bike this winter

Whether you’re commuting, training or out on a club run, the winter months mean shorter days, lower light levels and a higher likelihood of poor weather. In these conditions, it is important that you take steps to ensure that you are visible to other road users.

Published on: 22/10/2018

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Gravel Riding

You can’t fail to have noticed the upsurge in popularity and coverage of gravel riding but is it just about selling us more bikes or is it a cycling trend that you should be getting on board of?

Published on: 03/05/2018

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Winter Cycling Guide 2018

Tips and links to articles and videos to get you through the winter.  

Knowledge Level: Beginner

Published on: 01/11/2017

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Riding a 10-mile time trial

Your local club 10-mile time trial is a great way to test your fitness, get a quality training session and measure your progress through the season.

Published on: 01/04/2015

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Top tips for riding and racing abroad

Things to think about when you are riding and racing abroad.

Published on: 16/01/2015

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Making the most of your indoor trainer

Tips on how to make your indoor training experience a little more pleasant

Knowledge Level: Beginner

Published on: 17/11/2014

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Understanding intensity 3: power

With power meters become more widely available and affordable, more riders are using them. Find out their pros and cons, how to optimse using one and what power training zones mean in the real world.

Knowledge Level: Intermediate

Published on: 20/08/2014

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Understanding intensity 2: heart rate

Using a heart rate monitor is an affordable and effective way for all riders or all abilities to gauge intensity. Learn more about using one and how it's applicable to your cycling in this article. 

Knowledge Level: Intermediate

Published on: 13/08/2014

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