If you are looking to excel your training and progress to the next level then knowing your FTP and training using a power meter can be an excellent method.
Blood lactate testing gives you a clear insight into the relationship between power output, heart rate and blood lactate. This will give you a more complete picture into how your body deals with efforts.
As the seasons ebb and flow so does life, workload, family, commitments and fitness. Time for training can only be prioritised after life’s necessitates have been taken care of.
In an ideal world having more time to train and build fitness would be great, however there is a point at which one needs to stop and take a break. In December 2017 everything lined up and life pushed my training aside for a much needed break.
I recently spent some time in Goulburn and was able to ride some of the local loops. To say the riding here is challenging is accurate. The combination of rolling roads and constant wind makes for great training. A couple […]
Cycling is an inclusive activity and an active community makes it a fun community to be apart of. For the community to grow and prosper we need to support it and its local events.
In Singapore there is a fantastic opportunity to shape the future of cycling. The SCF has a renewed energy and the community is starting to buzz, however there is still a gap when compared to other nations in terms of consistent racing; weekly and monthly events.
Thoughts on riding long, solo miles.
Congratulations! You’ve signed-up for your first race. Now what? Here’s a pre-race guide for the uninitiated. How to go from “I’m going to enter a bike race” to “I’ve finished my first bike race” without freaking out. What do you […]
So you want to ride in Singapore without stopping or hitting traffic lights? Seems impossible but it’s not with the Killer Loop. Usually doing 3x20min blocks in Singapore would be very challenging without stopping mid block, but it was quite […]
Racing can be daunting but it need not be. Lets change that mindset from the “I can’t race” to the “I could race and want to try”, ladies this includes you.
The island of Batam, Indonesia offers well paved roads with very little traffic making for a good cycling day trip.
For me, escaping to the remote island for a day is a welcome change from the traffic lights and constant start-stop nature of cycling in Singapore.