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Pre-Season Resistance and Base Training for Cycling

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Training: The Off-Season is Where the Successful Cyclist is Made

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Legendary (and free!) evening cycling training crit restarted after coming to a halt several years ago – now back and attracting more riders for a challenging weekly workout. The legendary course and must-have speed training are back – Heritage Park Tuesday Night Training Ride is running again every week on Tuesdays starting at 8:00 p.m. …

Weight Watchers leader Jason Warden is set to embark on his biggest challenge yet – working together with 2,500 other cyclists to bring an end to the HIV/AIDS pandemic Costa Mesa – Local athlete Jason Warden is set to tackle the most daring event of his life – the 2015 AIDS/LifeCycle – a life experience …

Looking to start the USA racing season off with a bang following a successful team camp in Nevada City, California, Team SmartStop is sending a strong eight-man team to the Redlands Bicycle Classic. The five-day stage race begins on Wednesday 8th April and will cover roughly 300 miles with the inclusion of a summit finish …

Daylight Savings  is officially here! The clocks have been moved forward and we lost an hour of sleep, but the good news is we get an extra hour of daylight to ride in the evening! The time change allows for some of SoCal’s popular seasonal training rides to come out of hibernation as we welcome …

ZWIFT, the online cycling & fitness entertainment platform, has announced former professional cyclist Jens Voigt of Germany and current World Tour professional rider Laurens Ten Dam of the Netherlands as their first two ambassadors. The two athletes, known for embracing social media, will use ZWIFT as a new and powerful way to ride with fans, …

Early season racing is almost upon us. Get tuned up with these criterium specific workouts. Note: for pacing using PE or a HRM see Power Training Levels by Training Peaks. #1 – High cadence/High intensity surges (1.5-2 hour ride) Start with a 20-40 minute gradual warm up. With a teammate, practice taking :15 second HARD …