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Did 8DC Make You Faster?

After eight days of hard training and suffering, you might find yourself wondering what sort of fitness returns you can expect from our annual 8DC challenge. To shed some light on this matter we’ve formulated a brief breakdown of the workouts themselves, the overall structure of the entire painful affair, and the all-important description of why…


2014 8DC Indoor Cycling Challenge Wrap Up

This year’s 8DC was another huge success. We’ve been hearing that it may have been the toughest challenge yet, and we have to agree! We broke down the numbers from this year’s event and put them in this infographic (Click to enlarge). Thanks again for riding your hearts out!


8DC Stage 2 Preview: ITT

The second stage of our indoor virtual cycling challenge 8DC is going to be the only time trial of the challenge, and you can’t rely on your team mates this time; it is going to be an individual time trial. It’s placement is unique and the course lacks the technicality necessary to neutralize the big sustained…


Why Now Is The Perfect Time For A Multi-Day Training Block

This year’s edition of 8DC is just around the corner and kicks off on May 11th. Like you, we love the awesome storyline and challenging workouts, but let’s look at why 8DC‘s structure and timing make it an invaluable strategic move for your fitness this time of year.   Structure While 8DC may just seem…


8DC Course Preview

Our indoor virtual cycling challenge 8DC is back for 2014 we’re glad to have you on board! The 8DC stage race will unfold over eight days with races tactics and outcomes that might happen if you were actually riding these profiles. All stages will be done as time based workouts with specific power targets while you…



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