Accuracy – From the Bottom Up

Accuracy – From the Bottom Up

A simple way to look at accuracy is from the bottom up. Most people can intuitively grasp the idea that if the original measurement is not accurate then everything that follows from that is going to have a widening degree of error. Measuring forces, and then...
How to structure your training – the 80/20 rule

How to structure your training – the 80/20 rule

Training on a bike can be as simple or as complex as you wish to make it, but there is wisdom in keeping it simple as such an approach can pay greater rewards.  You should aim to structure your training using the 80/20 rule, incorporating three different types of...
Katie Toft: Riding with Cerebral Palsy

Katie Toft: Riding with Cerebral Palsy

Katie Toft – five-time para-cycling world champion in the C1 class – is an elite cyclist riding for Storey Racing and the Great Britain Cycling Team. Katie took some time out of training to share what it’s like racing internationally with cerebral palsy and what she’s...
Telling the Truth – Power Meter Accuracy

Telling the Truth – Power Meter Accuracy

Indoor cycling now incorporates a fully-fledged competitive domain and has somewhat inevitably followed the well-trodden human path of play becoming game becoming sport. The fundamental nature of sport is debated, but it is in part the process of formalising play just...
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