How to Train for the CT Challenge
Everyone who rides a bike wants to have fun and stay safe.
The CT Challenge is a big, fun event! However, riding close to so many other riders can be daunting, no matter how experienced a rider you are. Here are some tips on how you can prepare and ride safely with bike handling skills
CT Challenge 12 Week Training Plan
Ready to get ready? This 12-Week CT Challenge Training Plan will guide you to success in July. Before starting this plan you should have 2 to 3 weeks of “base” training, totaling at least 250 miles of riding to ensure you are ready.
Simple rules to make sure your training routine stays fun and delivers results. While starting out on your quest for a healthier lifestyle, you’ll be faced with the desire to get fit fast and dive into training headfirst. Make sure you follow these important rules first.
Preparing For The Hills
Some find them to be a great place to attack and really tear a field apart. Some find them to be the fast track to the pain-cave. Some try to avoid them altogether!
Dial In Your Pre-Event Routine
Maintaining a pre-event routine is crucial to being physically and mentally prepared. Over the years, we have determined various ways to fine tune our lead-in to a big ride that have made huge differences when it comes to the day of the event
On-The-Bike Fueling Guide
“Train” Your Gut & Refine Your Habits
All too often we see athletes thinking about their nutrition only during their “big days.” If this is true in your case, you may be missing the biggest opportunity for improvement when it comes to your training and race-day fueling;