A cyclist who is new to the sport.
A cyclist doing a certain event for the first time and looking for entry level training. Your goal might be to make it across the finish line.
A cyclist with at least one to three years training experience.
A cyclist who has trained for and competed in a certain event more than once.
Your goal might be to finish near the top of your category or age group.
A cyclist with more than four years of training experience.
A cyclist who has trained for and competed in a certain event more than three times.
Your goal might be to win your category, age group, finish near the top or stand on the podium.
Non-racer - Beginner, Intermediate or Competitive
A cyclist who doesn’t race but wants to use cycling as medium to improve mental health, build, improve or maintain fitness.
Your tangible training goal could be aiming to finish a tough local ride in a certain amount of time, loosing weight, eating healthier, be able to reduce depression or completing an Everesting.
Having goals will give you a sense of direction.
A cycling goal doesn’t have to be a race or event; it can be anything related to cycling fitness that is measurable, under your control and stretches you without breaking you.
Whether you are a beginner, intermediate or competitive, racer or non-racer - different training solution such as one-one-one coaching, tailored training plan or pre-built training plan can help you achieve your goal.
A process that provides individualised training and guidance for cyclists of all abilities, both racer and non-racer with highly complex training needs and challenges. Learn more here.
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