A dirty chain can cause expensive components to prematurely wear out, poor shifting, and lost efficiency—costing you watts. Learn a quick and easy way to clean and lube your chain, so you can keep putting in the hard work.
Best Indoor Cycling Setup For Your Budget
Getting started with indoor training is easy. With plenty of options to choose from, you’ll be ready to ride in no time. Here are our recommendations for the best indoor trainer setup that meets your budget.
Bike Maintenance Checklist for Training
A clean bike is a fast bike, even when it’s on the trainer. Training is hard on your body and equipment whether you’re riding indoors or out. This bike maintenance checklist for training can make sure your bike is ready to work as hard as you do.
Pro Downhill Racing and Grow Cycling Foundation with Eliot Jackson – Ask a Cycling Coach Episode 279
Giant Factory Racing’s Eliot Jackson joins us to break down what makes pro Downhill racers unique and how average cyclists can learn from them, as well as a discussion on his Grow Cycling Foundation and how we can support them to make cycling more inclusive.
Music During Training, Eating in a Fast Race, Carb Loading and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 244
How music during training can improve performance, strategies to eat and drink during a fast MTB race, effective and efficient carb loading and more is all covered in Episode 244 of The Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.
Openers, Pain Tolerance, Descending and More – Ask a Cycling Coach 211
The psychological and physical benefits of openers, what role pain tolerance plays in performance, how to increase confidence and speed in descents, plus your live questions will all be covered in Episode 211 of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast.
Road Tactics, Ice Baths, Body Fat scales & More – Ask a Cycling Coach 174
Join us for this episode of the Ask a Cycling Coach Podcast! We’ll review a list of scenarios you can keep ready to manage every race situation, discuss whether ice baths are effective or not, tell you which body fat scales you can trust, and much more. Topics covered in this episode Live podcast…
How to Measure Recovery with Resting Heart Rate
Cyclists who ignore metrics like Resting Heart Rate (RHR) to measure their recovery are leaving a lot on the table. This simple approach to quantifying recovery takes little time or effort, it can guide your decision making, and it might even give you that little bit more you need to win. Overview Power meters enable riders to precisely measure their…
Training Smart Indoors
This article is part 3 of 3 in a series focused on maximizing your training. Check out the previous articles here and here. Just like most things, it’s not if you train indoors but how you train indoors that makes the difference. Here are a few things that can massively improve the productivity of your time on the trainer and make sure…