Month: September 2012

Rest for Road Racers – Should You Take an End-of-Season Break

Fall is finally here, and for many of us roadies this means the end of the racing season has also arrived. It’s time to take a well-deserved break from all the hard work you’ve been doing on the bike. The

Keeping Training Effective

Training is an integral part of bike racing. Bike racers train to get better, so if training is not making them “better” they should obviously change something. The question is how to measure the effectiveness of training so one can

Surviving the Hotter ‘n Hell

By Jim Argabright There are a number of American “classics” in cycling that have gained near cult status and become a “must ride” for any amateur cyclist worthy of their salt. One of these classics is the “Hotter ‘n Hell