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  1. Winter training tips for experienced riders

    Shorter days impact your training time so make best use of the opportunities you do have By nhart ... Monday, 18 February 2019 Winter training tips for experienced riders Short days and bad weather mean ... personal trainer). Of course, first of all you’ll have to get yourself sorted with the basics. From what ...

    nhart - 18 Feb 2019 - 09:43

  2. Epic cycle challenge to tackle 100 iconic climbs

    with some new jokes we haven’t already heard twenty times from each other! Dominic Millar “Each day ... is tough, and definitely not for the faint-hearted, but the pace will be steady, not racy, and of course ... sort of training are you doing? Graham Salisbury: We’re pretty much living on the bike as much ...

    Adrian Wills - 24 May 2018 - 15:55

  3. Taking your bike on Eurostar

    for these tips.) Another great resource for train travel is seat61.com Transport alternatives Other ways to get ... now travel per train. I recently spoke to Eurostar’s Head of Public Affairs, Pierre Delalande, a keen ... the end to many of her future journeys, which relied predominantly on trains. She was glad the campaign ...

    SamJones - 3 Sep 2018 - 14:26

  4. Winter cycling training tips

    ‘Junk miles’ refers to miles added into your training plan with no purpose other than to increase your ... motivated, as you will be training with others. They can be as hard or as easy as you make them. However, ... Dorset- cycling By Cycling UK Saturday, 30 January 2016 Winter cycling training tips Struggling ...

    Cycling UK - 2 Oct 2017 - 10:33

  5. How to help drivers see you when you are cycling

    gilet by Lumo, as featured on the Apprentice, to the new Visijax jacket plus numerous other gizmos all ... by other road users, rather than educating drivers to look out for them. While good lights are a must ... – and are, of course, a legal obligation – and some may go for reflective clothing, there’s more cyclists can ...

    Julie Rand - 27 Sep 2017 - 16:44 - 14 comments

  6. Training for a 100 mile cycle ride

    it non-negotiable.  Your training doesn't have to preclude other weekend plans, and it can be quite fun to ride ... training rides into other weekend plans, including cycling to a friend's wedding outside Bristol, ... Laura Laker getting a few miles in for her training to ride a Century (Photographer: Michael ...

    LauraLaker - 27 Sep 2017 - 16:44

  7. Winter training tips for beginners

    By nhart Friday, 8 February 2019 Winter training tips for beginners It’s cold, dark and miserable ... trainer). Move indoors There are plenty of training options indoors that mean you can keep your cycling ... by a trained instructor who will take you through a planned routine of interval training where the intensity ...

    nhart - 8 Feb 2019 - 11:49

  8. How to lead a ride

    likely return time; and other essentials such as what the riders should bring. Leading the ride • Find ... Follow Cycling UK's Guide to Leading a Group Ride By cotterell Monday, 21 August 2017 How ... to lead a ride Cycling UK has a long history of delivering excellent rides and events. This guide to ride ...

    cotterell - 27 Sep 2017 - 16:44

  9. What to eat when you are cycling

    could stay in the saddle forever. Other days you get to the 20-mile mark, have no energy left at all ... you’ll either end up getting the train home or your ride will culminate in a miserable limp back ... with your legs feeling like lead! What to eat before a 20, 50 or 100-mile ride Cycling 20 miles  In short, ...

    Victoria Hazael - 4 Oct 2017 - 10:24

  10. Lee Craigie's favourite cycling routes in the Scottish Highlands

    off the other side towards Loch Clair in Glen Torridon is the last bit of easy riding on this route ... possible to ride from my front door all the way to Kintail without putting a foot on the ground (other than ... the Kyle train back to Inverness. I love this route because of the sense of journey you inevitably feel ...

    LeeCraigie - 10 Apr 2018 - 16:11

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