From the United Kingdom we welcome Andrea Parrish. Andrea is the Chair of of the Cycling Time Trials organization which is the governing body for Time Trials in England, Scotland and Wales. Andrea is here to talk about the history of the organization and some of it's current challenges. You can find out more at https://cyclingtimetrials.org.uk/
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We welcome back Coach Tim Ramsden. Tim is an Association of British Cycling L3 Cycling coach and owner of blackcatcyclecoaching.com. Tim has joined us numerous times for shows on cadence, time trials for newcomers, Sweet Spot and Threshold training, a full run down on all of the training zones and other topics too numerous to mention.
Today we talk about the hot topic of Zone 2 training. Welcome back Tim!
We welcome back Coach Joe Beer. Joe is in the southwest of the UK and has 30 years of coaching experience with cycling related sports of time trials, triathlon, sportives and duathlon. (He's also coached runners, ultra runners and motorsports drivers) Joe is the author of three books and has coached some people this audience will be familiar with including Graeme Obree, and two podcast guests, Blake Pond and Neil Poulton. You can learn more by visiting his website, http://www.coachjoebeer.com/. Welcome back Coach Joe Beer!
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Jon Thornham, Co-Founder and CEO of Flo Wheels.
Joins to talk about Rolling Resistance and Impedance for Wheels and Tires (Tyres).
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In 1994, Graeme Obree successfully broke the world hour record on a homemade bicycle he’d put together with leftover scrap and some old bearings from a washing machine.
Despite race officials attempting to block him intermittently as he rode around the track and the governing body trying to legislate him back into obscurity, this was a man who had the foresight to focus on the problem associated with going as fast as possible on a bike and the instincts to know how best to find a solution, no matter how radical.
When it comes to getting faster, there’s always a raft of cool equipment to buy or upgrade to. Sadly, if you were hoping I was going to recommend buying wheel X or handlebar Y in this podcast, you’re going to be disappointed.
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