Like most cyclists, I’ve missed riding with other people over the past two months. It’s not just seeing my friends that I’ve missed, it’s the greater intensity from these group environments that complement my lower intensity solo rides. I’ve never ridden as hard by myself as I have with a group and I gave up trying a long time ago.
You’ve probably noticed the same thing. Riding hard, when you’re with a group, feels totally different than trying to go hard alone.
Here’s a link to a great article that offers some insight into the differences between solo and group efforts.
Evaluating the Source
In our latest book excerpt, we take a quick look at how to better identify quality sources of training information. Here’s a short quote from the post.
“Whether you view the internet’s agnostic approach to truth as a feature or a bug, learning how to better evaluate sources of cycling advice can be a significant advantage in your quest to get faster on the bike.”
You can check out the full post over at the blog.
Data Driven Athlete