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Friday Tip: Training indoors

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Published 22 November 2013


With winter exhibiting a firm grip and snow becoming more than likely, even the toughest riders will need to train indoors. Our eighth Friday tip from the British Cycling Insight Zone looks at the options.

 
Turbo trainers, rollers or static bikes are all options when the weather makes riding outside impossible - or simply too miserable to bear. Following our top tips on which indoor trainer to buy - based on budget, space and what you’re looking to gain from your indoor sessions - will help you make an informed choice when you're buying. Read the full article:

Indoor training guide


British Cycling members
can also access an advanced guide on buying indoor trainers. Read the full article:

Indoor trainer buyers' guide


Every Friday, we'll be publishing a tip from the British Cycling Insight Zone, which is the home of training advice from the same experts that helped Sir Bradley Wiggins, Chris Froome and Mark Cavendish achieve success.

Next Friday we've got the first in a three part series on bike buying, starting out with making a decision on what to spend.

An unavoidable but essential element of staying in shape over winter, there are a few options for training indoors. Our guide looks at the benefits of each in turn, so you can make an informed decision when it comes to investing in new equipment.


Read the full article here.