Kings Cliffe Flyers run Cyclocross training on Thursday nights at Kings Cliffe Active. 7:30 - 8:30. Cost £2.
A good hours training on cyclocross skills and fitness.
If you're interested come along or contact me if you want more info.
Jon Snow ( a British television broadcaster) is quoted in today's Grauniad as saying
" I had my biological age tested the other day. I'm 57 although technically I'm 64. That's not bad. Cycling."
Hurrah for he, but for all that pain I was hoping to get a tad more than seven years out of cycling for myself - if I don't get turned into bendy-bus jam in the meantime that is .
Any one know about this biological age testing thingie?
Been raining for four days here - I've got cabin fever!
I am a road cyclist and am riding with a club with the aim of racing in the not to distant future. Right not my focus is improving my fitness, endurance and speed.
My wife is an experienced horse rider and I have the opportunity to learn to ride horses. Can anyone tell me if this would offer any benefit to my cycling performance. Having never experienced horse riding I may be wrong, but imagine that leg strength, core strength, endurance and balance are crucial and this should translate nicely into cycling?
Hi. I've altered my diet and worked hard to drop from 86kg to 75kg in the last few months. Feeling much better, and much faster, but I still want (need) to drop a few more. I'm beginning to find that losing weight (by cutting calories) isn't compatible with maintaining enough stamina for two full and hard rides at the weekend. What am I doing wrong? Any advice?