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The O2 Theory for Cyclists - TCF Core Principle

Core Principle: Why Oxygen is King.
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The Essential Boston Area Group Rides and Training Races

A comprehensive listing of all the group rides and training races in and around Boston, MA. When, where and what you need to know!
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Why We Go Easy: What ZR rides are all about

Easy days easy, so the hard days are HARD!
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Practice Makes Perfect

Developing skills on the bike is a lifelong path. It is one that you may have started when you were very young, it could be that you are just starting out or somewhere in between. Either way, continued practice is they way to become truly one with the bike.
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Trainer Time Factor - TCF Core Principle

Are all miles equal? How to account for time spent inside on the trainer versus outside on the open road.
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Facing Fear

“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for” John A. Shedd
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Heart Rate Zones - TCF Core Principle

Heart Rate Zones can be confusing. Some coaches use upwards of 6-8 zones. But are all those really needed? We don't think so!
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Training to Get It Done or to Get Faster?

Is your love of Cycling impacting your performance on race day?
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Training
Core Principle: Why Oxygen is King.
A comprehensive listing of all the group rides and training races in and around Boston, MA. When, where and what you need to know!
Easy days easy, so the hard days are HARD!
Developing skills on the bike is a lifelong path. It is one that you may have started when you were very young, it could be that you are just starting out or somewhere in between. Either way, continued practice is they way to become truly one with the bike.
Are all miles equal? How to account for time spent inside on the trainer versus outside on the open road.
“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for” John A. Shedd
Heart Rate Zones can be confusing. Some coaches use upwards of 6-8 zones. But are all those really needed? We don't think so!
Is your love of Cycling impacting your performance on race day?