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  • Tuesday September 6, 2011

    One of the big buzzwords in psychology in recent years is the concept of “resilience,” the ability to be flexible and adjust to new situations on the sports field or in the game of life itself. That same resilience and flexibility applies to race strategy and both team and individual tactics within a race.

  • Tuesday May 5, 2009

    It’s a well-known fact that pre-riding a road race course is one the primary to-do’s of race preparation. Knowing the intricacies of the course is one of those things that coaches request their riders do before any race. For this article, let’s go into more depth about how you can take advantage of your pre-race ride experience in order to translate that into a better race day result.

  • Tuesday July 8, 2008

    As the Tour De France fires off the first hectic stages this week we all get a chance to marvel at the controlled pandemonium that reigns in the big group finishes. But there is often strict order and discipline in the midst of the chaos – namely setting up the big “train” to deliver the sprinter to the line. Just what is involved in a proper leadout, and how might you and your teammates practice such team skills?

  • Tuesday February 26, 2008

    They don’t call time trialing, “The Race of Truth” for nothing, and this year’s Tour of California was another prime example of the importance of TTs to overall cycling glory. While nothing beats proper training, there are still many big and little tips and tactics you can employ to maximize your performance.

  • Tuesday June 12, 2007

    With last month’s tips, I got you to the last kilometer of the race with as little energy expenditure as possible. So you’ve done everything right, you’re perfectly set up for the finish, now how do you bring home the bacon? Much of sprinting success comes from timing, experience and lots of trial and error, but there are a few simple things you can do to speed up the learning curve.

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