I am fortunate to live in sunny California so the weather is fairly nice year round. For my cycling friends in other areas of this great country the Spring probably couldn’t get here soon enough!
So this post is for you to help get back into the swing of outside cycling again. Coach John Hughes, author of Distance Cycling: Your complete guide for long-distance rides, provides 9 tips to help transition into Spring cycling in a recent post on active.com.
- Get a Bike Fit
- Tune Your Bike
- Cycling Using Specific Muscles Firing Exactly Right
- Improve Your Pedaling Economy
- Find Your Optimum Cadence
- Work On Your Spin
- Build Your Power
- Cycling Economy
- Upper Body Fatigue
- Ramp Up Slowly
You can check out the entire post here. Do you have a routine that helps you transition? Let me know if the comments below.