Tag Archive: endurance

12 Bike Rides to Do Before You Die #Cyclingbucketlist

This is ladies and gentlemen, why I torture myself for an hour, maybe 2, in the state of the art cycling studio – Athlete Lab after a long day of week on Friday night… Continue reading

Cycling is not just something you do at the weekend: 5 days of midweek training showdowns

Why and how midweek training sessions are vital to drive up your cycling ability [Don’t tell your mate on facebook, this will make you better!] As your pounding legs under the office desk… Continue reading

How social media comments can support funding for a unique Triathlon conference

Dear Readers, Thank you for all your views, comments and shares over the last two weeks. I look forward to updating you on my Deca Ironman training as we enter the New Year… Continue reading

Why indoor cycling is winning Kona, Tour de France & Olympic gold medals

[Mark Cavendish & Pete Kennaugh smashing it in indoor training] How effective is indoor equipment; indoor focused sessions in a cyclist’s training arsenal? Trainers, gym instructors, your mum always pipe on about the… Continue reading

An open letter to riders considering the World Cycle Race

Ladies & Gentleman, if you want a bigger bike race, find a bigger planet. Quite frankly today I felt quite inspired by the tales of the 5th rider to join this fantastic endeavor.… Continue reading

Powerlevels / FTP: Pros vs Humans

Lets have a frank conversation, how good is good? What numbers do you have to post (in addition to a number of amateurs watching your number cross the finish line in front of… Continue reading

Blast from the past- How do you spin cycle for 24 hours?

I was looking through some old posts and thought I would post this from the summer. This article is in relation to a 24hour spin cycling challenge I completed for a homeless charity… Continue reading

Joining the ‘Fight Club’ of cycling @AthleteLabSG

When I joined up to Athlete Lab I was intrigued by the session entitled ‘Fight Club’. The session description is as follows: ‘These intervals are designed to take you well into your anaerobic zones (dark… Continue reading

‘Trial by Fire’ FTP test @athletelabSG

So I was warned this would be painful….perhaps a little tough…..what I didn’t expect was in the last 30secs (as you will see from the video above) is that I quite frankly didn’t… Continue reading