Happy New Year! Creating Your Personal Riding Plan for 2016
I hope you and your families all had a terrific, restful, happy holiday season. And all of us at RBR wish you a very Happy and Safe 2016!
We’re getting things kicked off this year with a great 2-part series from Coach John Hughes on the importance of planning, and how to create your own personal riding plan for 2016. Part 1 runs today, and part 2 will follow next week.
Send Us Your 2015 Goal Results & Lessons
Traditionally at this time of year, I would be asking readers to share their cycling goals for next year. But I want to do something a bit different this time around.
I’d like you instead to send us a rundown of how you did re: accomplishing the goals you set for yourself in 2015.
- What were the main goals that you accomplished last year?
- What were the key factors that helped you accomplish your goals?
- Did you have any sort of special motivation driving you to achieve your goals last year?
- If you did not accomplish some goals, what were the factors that kept you from achieving those goals?
I’m especially interested to know what it was that helped RBR readers reach your goals. The idea is to share with your fellow readers the “secrets” that made the year successful for you, or what might have been lacking, or missing, that held you back last year.
The lessons, I’m hopeful, could be the secret sauce that helps others reach their own cycling aims in 2016.
So share with us using the Contact Us form, https://roadbikerider.com/contact-us. I’ll pull together your contributions (we already have a few, but the more, the merrier!) and run them as food for thought in one of the next two issues.
John Marsh is the former editor and publisher of RBR Newsletter and RoadBikeRider.com. A rider of "less than podium" talent, he brought our readers consistently useful, informative, entertaining info that helps make them better road cyclists. That's what we're all about here—always have been, always will be. Click to read John's full bio.