The three reasons why cyclists test themselves, and the best ways to do so.
Trombones, hard intervals and riding bikes where bikes were not meant to be ridden. Come along for some cyclocross!
Whatever you use to measure workload, it can be quantified. But is it the measurement or how your body feels that is more important?
What's the hardest part of a team time trial? (Hint: it's not taking the pull at the front!) Tejay van Garderen explains...
What kind of workload does a rider need to achieve in the weeks and months leading up to the Tour de France? What kind of power numbers do they need to hit? And what new techniques can help the preparation? Allen Lim has been working with Tejay van Garderen of EF Education First. Here, he recounts all the training that has been done to get van Garderen ready for the start of the Tour.
Episode 1 brings you the genesis story of Allen Lim, PhD, from racing against the likes of Jonathan Vaughters and George Hincapie as a junior to coaching Floyd Landis and George W. Bush to being shunned from the sport and ultimately coming back on his own terms.
We look at a new training technique at Tejay van Garderen's Andorran training camp with Allen Lim, Ph.D.