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Advanced Cycling Training

If you have taken on a coast to coast or an endurance cycle on for charity you are going to need to train. Allow yourself a minimum of 8 weeks and ideally 12 weeks to train for the event. You are going to need to spend a good few hours in the saddle, focus on your breathing and technique.

It’s important you are relaxed and comfortable on the bike.

 

Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
1 Rest day 20 mile cycle Rest day 20 mile cycle Rest day 30 mile cycle Rest day
2 Rest day 25 mile cycle Rest day 25 mile cycle Rest day 35 mile cycle Rest day
3 Rest day 30 mile cycle Rest day 30 mile cycle Rest day 40 mile cycle Rest day
4 Rest day 35 mile cycle Rest day 35 mile cycle Rest day 45 mile cycle Rest day
5 Rest day 40 mile cycle Rest day 40 mile cycle Rest day 50 mile cycle Rest day
6 Rest day 45 mile cycle Rest day 45 mile cycle Rest day 55 mile cycle Rest day
7 Rest day 50 mile cycle Rest day 50 mile cycle Rest day 60 mile cycle Rest day
8 Rest day 55 mile cycle Rest day 55 mile cycle Rest day 65 mile cycle Rest day

Please Note
All cycles should be conducted at a comfortable pace (Heart Rate 115 to 130 BPM) and if you haven't trained for a while or have an injury Always consult a doctor before embarking on a new training program.

Advanced Cycling Training