By Coach John Hughes On August 1, 2019, Patricia Anne Baker set the Masters Women’s 80-84 Hour World Record of 27.447km (17.96 mi). Wow! Although this column describes how an older rider can improve, the principles apply to all roadies. … [Read more...] about How to Improve as a Cyclist
by Sheri Rosenbaum Hot Wrist-based heart rate monitorDownload up to 500 songs and connect with BT headphones for phone-free listeningSync music from streaming services for listings offline (e.g. Spotify)Records a variety of standard and customizable activitiesPerformance monitoring and conditioning dataBroadcast HR to other devices (e.g. Garmin Edge)Stylish, sleek … [Read more...] about Garmin Forerunner 645 Music GPS Watch Review
Question: It appears that the strongest cyclists on our club rides are those who do the most miles before the official start. Some guys show up after already riding 20 or 30 miles. Do I worry too much about resting so I get to the ride fresh? -- Dino A. Coach Fred Matheny Replies: That's interesting. I don't think the rider who does more miles that day (in total) wins the … [Read more...] about Do More Miles Produce More Strength?