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VeloPro guest blogger Stacey Royce shares her cycling story and gives sage advice about what it means to progress as a cyclist. Stacey has cycled in some of the most beautiful places in the world. From Thailand, to Provence, Girona, and Toscana. She's also organized hundreds of once-in-a-lifetime cycling trips around the world for Lifecycle Adventures.
A look at the lighter side of what you'll experience as a new cyclist.
Photo credit: Bike Snob NYC
In this user tip, you will learn how VeloPro uses FTP checks to formulate your training plan and keep you on track to achieve your performance goals.
VeloPro guest blogger Dangerous Dave Anolik is back! In this post, he shares how you can learn to be self-sufficient on your bike. With these tips, you can ride anywhere with the confidence you'll make it home.
Jon gives a ton of advice on how to find a great first training bike.
We'd like to introduce guest blogger Dave Anolik. Dave's an ultra-endurance masters athlete that has been using VeloPro to train . He's been absolutely absolutely killing big rides like the Oregon Gran Fondo, the Colorado Triple Bypass, and the Swift Summit NW 200.
The cycling community is inclusive and welcoming!
After a bit of disappointment at BC Bike Race, Jeff put his good form on display by taking the win in the Downieville Classic.
What exactly does “rest” mean, and how does it work for different athletes? Doing your workouts provides a training stimulus, and the body’s response is to adapt to that load. The time when the actual adaptation takes place, however, is when you are resting.