Monthly Archives: June 2014

RM2LC training ride 11

Today’s ride was a solo take on another of our club’s standard routes, namely Southam normal. The route is around 25 miles mostly flat, with 2-3 little kicks of elevation. The aim was to do a threshold ride and indeed … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 10

An early start today as I planned to do a century ride (100 miles) from Leamington to Bourton-on-the-Water with a couple of nice hills thrown in the middle. I set off at 7:30 hoping that the Met Office had got … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 9

My original intention today was to do a recovery ride around 20 miles, however 5 miles into the ride it started raining so I instinctively picked up the pace. I felt a bit constrained and uncomfortable the whole ride (not … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 8

Today’s ride was a solo take on one of our club’s Sunday bash routes. Around 27 miles in¬†undulating terrain, I did the first 25 mins at a purposeful pace and then increased my effort for the last 60 mins at … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 7

After a four day break from cycling, today I went for a relaxed ride with my friend Owen. The route was one of our club’s standard rides (Shipston on Stour), which is a 50 miler with just a few rolling … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 6

Last ride for this week today and I made it count! The ride was a solo flat 54 miler (courtesy of the fast guys of RLSCC) and without having heart rate measurements, I believe I was for 2.5 hours in … Continue reading

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RM2LC training ride 5

RLSCC and Rugby Velo Time Trial Tuesday today and today’s course was a fast one,¬†the K11/10T which is an out and back 10 mile TT on the A45. Today was also my first ride in the RLSCC colours, since our … Continue reading

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