I put this blog post together to introduce people to indoor training. (and drive them to our mailing list). It’s not intended to be a comprehensive guide, but an introduction for beginners.
It outlines basic elements of equipment and software that our teaching and training crew have tried that works over the last few years. We believe that it’s worth getting average riders into indoor training. And we find that a lot of online material is far too technical, too broad, and intimidating for many people.
This material is not intended to be fully comprehensive or authoritative. Just informative. I have tried to provide some support for the ideas, mostly around my own opinions and experiences. (I have NOT cited content from other websites including the TR website, but nothing has been intentionally or otherwise plagiarized)
I’m putting it up here in case it has value to our broader TR community.
Comments are welcome, especially if you feel something can (or should) be improved.