17 Burst results for "Cyclocross"

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Not even the poll to invoke three peaks Because I think he would just win one if you did it. Obviously I'm Nick Craig. I've been looking SAMBA career. That's allowed me to peddle for living for a long time. I'm now nearly fifty one and I still love racing. It's retakes in event of three times. The three peaks Sark across his. Probably the most ridiculous never on the right by basically you run out of this this retakes in Yorkshire. And it's like when you when you're on the pill you don't want anybody because it's so state you've got a wreck on the Daniels. You want suspension mountain by and then on the road. You WanNa road bikes likely. It's not really because it's a cyclocross but it's I gue- I guess it is psychosis the nearest description to what it is But it's basically a race over three peaks which are billed as mountains. Because I think each one is over thousand feet. There's road sections in between but there's a lot of carrying and descending takes place in the Yorkshire dials three mountings all Ingeborg were inside and pendant each each peak. You're basically half the time you're writing halftime. You'll walking stroke running. The field nowadays is about six hundred. Six hundred is is limited But apparently that have up to a thousand people will apply to race. I think the first event had about fifty fifty riders just risen from every every year. The first one was nine hundred sixty one and it was on my club event. It was just so word of mouth. It was the Best Yorkshire cyclocross riders that rode it so proper film race And it was won by. Joe Moon Three normal cyclocross. It's all about getting away. Quick and getting the best route big in the best line and it needs light that you line up nowadays with five hundred people and you think you're near the from winter lining up. They they see they it so the top right is via the fronts and you think well acquainted frontier meaning you calibrate. You realize my three hundred five SPAC islands. The first Paul is a neutralize section through narrow through something ounce loss of the summer wine vintages and Comeback Bridges Ren POPs inside. I know behind call which is gradually speeding up and said the front guys are on the bumper. The call and you're struggling to stay on the wheel for the first six kilometers unless neutralised. But it's doing right seventy miles an hour to an. He's he's like fights to get a good position and then also goes quiet. Call stops you're out on the Moors. You realize back here Mike. You make him away. And he's like a in a funny way it's like now alongside cross but spread over four hours. Everything you think about the cyclocross. He's there for hours on paper. If you look at the profile of the event you would say it's not hard. It's you know it's really good portion road on that you can see how long the the Bissett you'll have to walk and.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

04:39 min | 10 months ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"Nice little nods to those awesome truck tires out there but yours is going to be fun day. It's going to be a little hard but then we're gonNA party hard to all right. Thanks Amelia and we'll see out there all right and everybody were here at huge number. Two truck headquarters were with Nathan Davidson. It's a race elite. What you think of the course today? Well the course was amazing. I think it really helped. The temps were aloke because we had amazing conditions. Everything was fast. There's a little rough the courses shit. Well the the cyclocross season really really tore up the track course out here so there's a lot of ruts but beyond the rods. If you had a shotgun like for me I didn't really feel the ruts. It's too much as low. I I put my like fool but for the ruts I I think that probably helps. So if you didn't run super high pressure I think you know you got through everything pretty well but I I thought for the most part you know once you got through some of the stuff on the field that things flowed pretty. Well they were. They were pretty fast. I was I was happy how everything turned out. Did you stop at the secret bar. I I wanted to stop doc every lap and I ended up only stopping one. I know we cheer you on. I know I only three last and I was happy. Happy Does just stop at the barn warm up. I was Kinda hurting towards the end of my race and my fifth and six laps were really starting to make me want to stop at the at the secret buyer ever and those which is not so secret. Now it's not very secret this is my this is a course percent waterless so this this is a world class cyclocross course and so as you can see. It's imprinted in the ground. It is right. It'd probably be any here till spring. Come across course you could still see. It's kind of unique. They also not only do they do some of the World Cup. You know. World Class CYCLOCROSS LACROSSE races here. Where they get pros and everything but they do races out here pretty regularly so they change it single latte or every single race? They have a different different course. So you can see a lot of the lines that They use better pretty well imprinted in the ground but you probably see it from the Eagle. y'All yeah but they've changed things quite a bit. There's a lot of really unique options out here for For for using some of the features they have. That is fun. Yeah it's call. That trend has built this part. So thank you Nathan. This is actually my debut on Actually not necessarily. It's I like I don't know like one bike dot com. I started I called in and I got a three registration into the Berkey and Free Demo and a borealis bikes. I rode in one of my first Burke's on a free brielle's or dumber Borealis bike. And that was my first time on pepper radio so this is now my second time. I guess that would be nice. That's it's so we'll see it's on you will. We'll see all right. Let me brother. Thank you bye over here at huge number to Franken quarters Abe. What did you think of course? Today it's a little Balmy. Jeff did you become as I beat Gomez you did. I'd okay isn't gonNA miss a shelter. Yes that's how I beat him. Excellent excellent congratulations congratulations. You're kidding you're writing old the red sox. I gotta get home before you get. There were some bumps. There was fear. Thanks Shannon sounds like things kinda rough out there. That's all for today tune into the full spectrum cycling podcast tomorrow on Fat Bike Dot Com. Check US out on instagram. Ask namings uh-huh..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

11:59 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"Where you take take like a real like non? You don't even train break for like you know four to six days in cyclocross. There's no such thing as that you you just don't race and you train instead you build back up at. CTL must do sweet spot. Training am an. Yeah then you look to raise that. Maybe he then so you take a noncompetitive weekend that just creates two weeks of training and then you can even if you really want to build back up that let's say you're really gunning for for nationals and you really WANNA get your C- tale back up and then you have a really good set of say three to four race weekends leading international nationals than you can afford yourself more than one non competitive weekend in Rome. That's a nice way to go. especially with the way the the North American cyclocross UCI calendar has has gone with General Cross in Trek Cup at the beginning and then Near the middle of our season is it's all over the place there's races all over so if you're a professional secretary so you could take a break in the middle train rebuild in looked at to peak for nationals. In fact that's what we're GONNA podcast about next week and and so the sea so so yeah if you do race every weekend you're going to be really fit in aerobically and you may be good for thirty minutes of your race but then you'll notice you just you lacked lacked endurance on the last lap or the last two laps. Or you're good for the first third of the race but then you kinda go backwards. And so that's just an indication that you you need to build back up your aerobic endurance balance out the ANAEROBIC side in that comes from the sweet spot training and a great way to do that. It's not race on the weekend in bill backup or one other approaches race on Saturday train on Sunday. and that's the hard bands way because later on on in the in the season as the physiological stress increases. It's really difficult to to train on the Up on a Sunday After after you've raised really hard on Saturday like doing two hours to ride is is is GonNa be is going to be difficult. So that's you could try that in if that works. Great keep it up in. If it doesn't work then you may just want WanNa look at taking it non competitive race weekend cool final Khwaja beat that like a dead horse or what I think so. It's important I mean I'm sure that's a very common thing I mean. I've never really experienced that but yeah I mean I think Imagine Jackson if you did twelve weeks weeks straight of criteriums God you know. It's my those my worst nightmare right. That's everyone's not worst nightmare but you know if if that's what you're jam was in you're you're doing that you know weekend week out you would run out of base and at some point halfway through that twelve race block. If I was your coach I would say hey. Hey Dude do not raise this weekend. Let's train instead. It's give yourself a little bit of base training back in there okay. Final question Russian from Dan is it necessary to do four and five hour. Long Endurance Rides when training for a three hour road race. Please bear in mind that since the race. Only one hundred five K.. Long that is pretty much full gas gas from the start. All right good question Dan. You know there's just so many benefits of the long ride. I would say it's not necessary but it is highly beneficial and so Dan is. You're trying to build up your CDL build a big base as we've talked about in our master's Astor's CTO PODCASTS as we talked about it in our using the performance manager chart I cast. That's the shit that will kill them. You know you are going to Find that you're able to build a better basis with those long foreign five our ads you know. Even if you're erases are three hours or less than three hours. And this is why criterium racers do five our rights this is. Why guys do the four-minute pursuit in you? You know on the track. They still do foreign five hour ride if he's article benefit from those long. Roses is enormous for any endurance athlete. And I would highly. We recommend that you do them. And I would say do those but then when you're getting into six weeks to go to your your race that's only one hundred five K.. Long in its full gas from the start. That's when you're gonNA switch from based race as when you're GONNA WANNA do your intervals herbals. And then that's when you WANNA do your simulation ride so maybe doing the foreign five hour ride long rat is what I would however design your training training in the off season but then with six weeks to go then then you don't WanNa do those foreign five hour rides. You WanNa get granular granular and start doing your Saturday rod specific to that three hour full gas from the start. And that's that's you know. That's our simulation rods two at tea. And Yeah Yeah. That's what I would recommend there and that's also when you're not really trying to build CDL Seattle but to to do two hundred three hundred t s four and five hour. Ride a tremendous for your fitness. And there's just no substitute because we got a lot of questions from that. Do you remember that Jackson when we were getting what about you know. I can't do five hours but I can do to to our rods in the day. The the answer. It's just not the same although that's if that's the only way you can. Do you know that that's one way. But there's just no substitute for the four to six hour ride from. I'm an endurance perspective. And in everything that we talk about is an endurance sport I mean like yeah. It's the physiological benefits. I mean there's there's a ton I mean just increasing your aerobic capacity and improving Like building more type one fibers that are going to be much more micon really efficient. And and that's GonNa really help you even if the race is short. It's going to give you a bigger foundation to build upon So I would say yeah definitely go back and listen to. I guess it was the master. C. T. L.. PODCAST or was that it or or was did we also talk about it on our base we have have a baseball guest more. Good question But yeah I would say master. CTL's it's it's one of our most popular podcast episodes. There's and I think for that. Reason is that You know it's It's just such an important thing to think about even if you're not a master's cyclist but just understanding how CTL tale works and understanding how To build you know the the foundational base to then apply the sweet spot intensity To you you know for road racing. Yeah Yeah I mean I think that's a future podcast right. There's how to build A. You're a how to build your base. Is this off season. You know how to build your biggest base you know years ago. I did a presentation at some bike shops. Quantifying your base and using T. S. since he failed to quantify your base. And the you know you're GONNA if you're only doing three three hour odds you're going to plateau tone out Yeah and not be able to to increase it as much as possible. Kohl's wait okay. Thanks for the future. PODCAST IDEA Dan. Yeah it's a good one. I think that's it all right. Thanks everyone for listening. That was a good one. Your yeah any thoughts Jackson I mean. Good luck to everyone. Racing in the The Cross season Stay warm and and I will not be racing stripe across but the season in California. I know there should foligno already next weekend and that was nice weekend. Is the hill. Climb worlds yeah. Maybe I should head.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

14:56 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"Me to do fourteen to sixteen hours per week which would be advanced but for an NC cyclocross plan. There's no way I could or should be writing for fourteen. Eighteen to sixteen hours per week. Six eight hours seems to be the sweet spot for Sipe across in season for me. So how how would I pick a level when putting together multiple plans to build a period is season. Yeah Yeah Good Question Steve. So all of our cyclocross plans on do factor that in so when you're doing an NC's and cyclocross plan where the goal is to Race and then recover into one midweek. Workout you're not trying to build. CTL is not a priority. The priority is your amplitude of your power output in your recovery before those workouts and then after the racing and obviously before before the race day. Okay so you will find reduction in overall training volume in terms of ours and TSS Even for those advanced plans. Now when you're doing sweet spot training say building up to the cyclocross season. Or maybe you're talking about for road or next spring and summer this winter. Then that's where yes you're going to be in your fourteen to sixteen hours a week and then for the athlete that is kind of in between four to eight hours which is our basic level and intermediate aged twelve or even advanced twelve to twelve to sixteen. What you can I can do is if you're doing like sweet spot part one and then plan on doing part two and part three? This is super pro. But you start. This is just this basic period ization but you can do the basic plan for eight hours for sweet spot part one. That's six weeks. Then do the next six weeks at intermediate eight to twelve hours hours and then do the third week third block the third six week block at advance. That's twelve sixteen hours and that's really nice period Ization Asian. But if you choose to do that make sure that you can do that. Twelve to sixteen hours for that final six weeks block and for the athlete that lives in a weather challenged area if you plan to start doing that. Style of a sweet spot training say in December and or for January February. That's really nice. Because you're going to factor in that. You're sweet spot. Part one forty eight hours per week is going to be heavily reliant on the indoor endure training and even maybe so on on the weekend so four to aid is doable indoors and then as you progress and as the weather other gets better than the intermediate sweet spot part to plan. You're GONNA begin to be able to ride outside and in your hours will increase accordingly and then the sweet spot part three now. The weather is good. Spring has sprung and then boom. You're out there doing twelve to sixteen hours a week. That is that's really awesome periods. Ation so I hope that answers your questions Steve. But yes the psych across plans anytime time. You're doing intervals even our road intervals. They do have a reduction in training. I am so the advanced plan. It's not so much based on ours but you will see in a lot ought to more intervals in the advance. Plan sets and reps and you would for the intermediate plan worked for the basic plan and I will say this since we are talking about. There are different levels goals of plans as a general rule of thumb about eighty percent of our our listeners are intermediate myself included a twelve of hours a week and it's not a fact function of time it's a function of our age. I am going on twenty nine years old but I feel like forty eight and even though I could carve out the time to do twelve to sixteen hours a week. My Body just won't let me it won't recover and therefore uh-huh intermediate so if you're over fifty and you're on the advanced plan you better be recovering like a champ but more more likely you're going to be. The intermediate plan is going to be more appropriate. Now that said for US old guys if you're under thirty and you have twelve to sixteen hours a week that's going to be your best bet. That's going to be the most beneficial. This is the Jackson territory. The you know you're young and you recover like got like a champ so there's that and then then our you know our basic plan. This is the time crunched athlete in most this. Everyone can handle four to eight hours other if you are starting from from scratch your building fitness. Maybe you've had a long long break. You're coming coming back to it. Maybe you're coming off the couch. I would start sour. The basic four to eight and then have the plan to move on to the the intermediate eight to twelve and then not to be augist but for the athletes that are over sixty. I do see them have a lot of success on the basic plan because it gives his priority to recovery. And it's it's not about the ego about how much you're riding. It's really about the appropriate amount of training to you the equivalent appropriate amount of recovery. And that's where I see. The older athletes succeed more again. I mean it's it's all about quality over quantity you know To a certain extent but sometimes it's more important to focus on on the quality than just ticking off a arbitrary arbitrary number of hours per week unless you're like a pro in have that's your job and that's all you do But sometimes you gotta sacrifice some of that that volume for getting the most out of the hours that you can especially this time of year when it's dark and kind of cold and stuff like that. Yes the answer. Your question If you if you have twelve to sixteen hours select advanced and then don't worry about when move onto intervals. That interval plan will have a reduction in training volume. But just expect that that. That's a hard hard plan and hopefully you are thirty five years and inaugur under roughly Otherwise maybe tr try the intermediate because Yup I don't I don't see many to be you know like a former pro cat one to to handle an advance plan if you're over forty years old all right X.. Question from I bike I guess is what it would be alright bike as a training plane customer. His question came to his through our forum forum. Thank you very much for 'em fast. COACHING DOT COM great website. Alright are there better metrics than in. Tss For cyclocross season race generates about ATSS race back to back in the weekend. I'm cooked for a couple of days. Bay says the same impact as back to back two hundred plus USS sweet spot rides. But I can easily race and entrain hard on a Tuesday after a big sweet spot to yes as weekend. Yes I love this question because yes t s is not that good for for cyclocross it. You can even make that case for mountain biking to where there's A lot of well one our full gas this time trial. That's hundred. He has said is by definition but a one hour full gas cyclocross races about eighty so tss under represents presents the physiological effort and Yeah I can do an hour as some absolute cyclocross racer crippled for days. It's very very difficult and TSS's not such a good representation of that primarily because of the on off nature of the power output also the running which isn't represented in the power base Training and then just the physical rigor of getting on and off your bike. in You know doing six hundred watts and doing technical feature for five seconds and then six hundred watts than zero. Watts is just over and over and over so that super high amplitude a Tude of the power output often times is under represented in T S S. And so really what are the better metrics and I think honestly this is common sense and just could coaching advice. And so you know. I have a rule of thumb in the cyclocross season for every day of racing. You do we need to take the equivalent day off so if you raise Saturday Sunday. Monday Tuesday is that the the recovery days and up so it's one to one for every day of racing take day recovery. Today's racing today's recovery. And then you move on and that's honestly that's what we referenced. ABOVE OUR CYCLOCROSS race in recover cover plan where Monday is recovery. Day Tuesday is going to be very easy riding maybe active recovery. It may maybe completely off if you're a busy athlete In and it can. Also that's your day to do skills Because you can do skills and not not go hard and then because that's count as Recovery Day than you set yourself up well to do a hard workout on a on a Wednesday so are there better metrics than see tail. TSS's cyclocross season. Just how you feel is one common sense in a well-designed training plan and and And then also monitoring your recovery. You Monitor your your performance. How are you doing in the races? We tweet but then ask yourself. How are you doing when you get up? You know. Tuesday can if you race on Sunday Tuesdays can be that can I train day. Okay or should I arrest A. That's the question so when you get on the bike and you're you're twenty minutes into the Rod after you've warmed up ask yourself how do I feel Drafi like I can do intervals then maybe so do it. And then it is on the other side of the coin into your legs. Still heavy still feel recover already. Found a poor night's sleep This then maybe that's GonNa be your additional recovery date and then Jackson. This would be a good example. hampel win to use a whoop and to check Are you in the red or green or you yellow in. That's going to be some additional Metric so are there better metrics than see tail and TSS. Yes so I would say I would add to that that would be a recovery metric because it's mostly a function of that but then common sense and yeah just how you feel on on Tuesday. Yeah there's I mean at the end of the day you know Listening to your body I think is just especially like first thing when you wake up in the morning like I think that there's so much That's just so real you know. Yeah recovery like resting heart rate. Hr Be everything everything the web does. But then also just how you feel on the bike and And then so you mentioned Two days of cyclocross racing produces a lot more physiological easy logical strain than to back to back two hundred plus. TSS sweet spot rights. And that's because that's how sweet spot is engineered. It is engineered so you can do a lot of training you can recover from it and then you can repeat it over and over and so it doesn't have as much physiological cost I to it downstream. So Tuesday you're good to go now because you just sweet spot but cyclocross racing is the opposite of sweet spot training. It's very high anaerobic. Aerobic were extremely stressful. And it's difficult to recover from so you need. The cyclocross racing takes much more time to recover from physiologically than the equivalent same. Tss Sweet Spot Training Rod. And that's honestly that's a limitation of training stress score and the that comes from so you have to use well-designed training plant commonsense. And and yeah cool all right next question. Do you have any thoughts on amidst cyclocross season race break to train rebuild. Some C. T. L. to finish the season in strong we can pretty much race every weekend from September through Thanksgiving here the North West and into December for nationals. But if found at the end of the season I have this strange all anaerobic fitness at the the end absolutely great question. I have an athlete that is down in Dallas. And he's gun inferred nationals channels in Tacoma that is seven weeks in I is is accustomed solution. I just talked him into having a non competitive race weekend where we could essentially use the weekend to train because he works Monday through Friday. We can train during the week but we can really make some. I'm good aerobic gains on the weekends and so this is doing. TSS ride sweet spot. Rides that that sort of thing. So what happens in the cyclocross season. If you use the the performance manager chart you have to you have to be fresh to go into these races in if you're if you're trying to build CTL L. during the cyclocross season guarantee your legs aren't near a snappy and you probably aren't performing as well as you possibly could be in So the general approach with the training plan design is have that. CTO kind of be level. So it's just like horizontal line is not going up. It's it's not going down but in some cases because you do have to be so fresh in being fresh and recovered is going to net you a better performance than say just been a horizontal you lose. CTL and over the course of six weeks. That's what we call running out of base. you run out a base. you run out. Aerobic endurance. Your C- Tales say it's gone down from seventy to fifty five over the course of seven weeks and that's okay. That's actually a very very nice approach to the first half of the cyclocross season. He's probably raised well but however it is important to recognize. Hey I'm using using the performance manager chart must sales from seventy to fifty five. It is time to rebuild to ramp that CTO backup and so what you do as you take a noncompetitive race week and you take that. Mid cyclocross season race break in this is different than say a gravel or roads or mountain bike season..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

12:21 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"Bike training it can be hard to You just don't have time to do other other workouts and I know you said that you'll probably start doing weights and stuff in March or April and so that that stuff's coming but it doesn't hurt to go into the gym and maybe do some rock climbing in the gym or you know. Just mix it up. I think that's the key in so that. Yeah you don't get burned out. Yeah in in per the timing. Is Everything podcast in January. You're kind out of in a holding pattern and I wouldn't even consider it training but you want to state active. Keep it fun Do not sit on the couch for the home. The January But Yeah Yeah. Make sure it's fine. You're in a holding pattern and set yourself up so they you're super super jazzed about training and in February so taking a mental break where you're not following training plan. You are your banking up your your motivation to apply for the next eleven months of the year cool yeah good question horrid next up is about cyclocross race food. What do you recommend? They've been trying to eat real food like rice and some protein extra peanut butter about two to two and a half hours before race. Time feels like they have that dialed but then the product experimenting with the amount of Fast Burning Energy Aka sugar or caffeine should eat before. Go time really been enjoying the podcast this year. Thanks another psych across question Across we were full gas we did the the. US Open UCI race here in Boulder last weekend There's you know other. Ucla races on the on the he's cows. It's here cyclocross is here to answer your question to things we have coach. Brandon has is a perfect pre-race routine secret training tip on our website and encouraged read that we also have a nutrition for cyclocross training tip and in one thing I've noticed cyclocross racers the best ones the most successful ones. It doesn't matter if you're a pro Joe Catford to pro is as they have a really good routine and it's something that they have refined over the years and they've practiced in so what year ear. What you mentioned is the said you felt like you had that doubt? I would encourage you to go with that in in in keep doing doing what's working in two to two and a half hours. If that's what works for you that that's awesome. I generally like three to four hours. It kind of depends on what what time of day race and the brand talks about that in our in our secret training because you know if you race it ten thirty. Am that's perfect. I for like eating rice and eggs when you wake up in the morning like six thirty but what happens if the race it like three. PM then it gets all wonky with like breakfast and lunch or what. If you raise it noon you know do have breakfast but then do you have an early line. You know so and or do you eat afterwards and so I'm GonNa try to answer that question. Based on the time of the day and then get into the the L. Jackson takeover the fast burning energy part of the sugar and the caffeine. So let me ask the answer from the timing perspective so cyclocross races eight. Am to three PM say race at Adm. Then you're pre-race meals dinner enter the night before honestly and then maybe you wake up at five thirty. Am You've got to get to the race. You gotTA drive. That could be a quick bowl of OATMEAL. Well it could be as simple as what we've podcast about what you eat for early morning. Workouts Banana and but that's GONNA be your your your own dialing it in if you raise it mid morning. That becomes much more simple because you eat breakfast right when you wake up you know. We like rice and eggs like what you mentioned or good oatmeal. Very good as far as sugar Caffeine Jackson. Get into to that. Obviously you know coffee is is great you can even use the caffeinated. Jails what I'll do is rice and eggs in the morning Three to four hours beforehand and then about an hour beforehand. If I'm feeling hungry I'll do a banana and then fifteen to twenty minutes. It's prior to the race start. I will have a caffeinated Joe and that Joe is going to propel me on top off my tank for the race and and then Because I'm kind of a nerd about this some thinking back. To when I last race cyclocross I used to bring a Moog a like a one of those stainless steel thermos canisters and I would put drip coffee in it and I would do my warm up forty minutes prior prior to the race. Start for thirty minutes. So then In My warm-up ten minutes prior to race start go to that that Thermos pour myself About a Half Cup coffee essentially chug it and go to the start line that I always felt pretty pretty ready to go and yeah not too jittery But fired up enough and that was especially good on cold race days. Yeah yeah coffee is essential. I'm sure I'm sure it's a staple within the cyclocross community community and just cycling community in general Jeez I think we all have have an addiction but yeah I think what I grew up with everything and you said Frank. I think the timing part is probably the the key here. I mean you know. I think the more intense the race or the workout or the effort is the the longer you want to try and get the food digested And so I think it's very different for everyone. Of course like some people can eat whatever an in our before the race and be fine you know but like some people. I'm more on your side. Frank like I especially for a short race when I was doing time trials and stuff I would have to eat the three to four hours before just to make sure that that food's digested because I would just I would hate getting that kind of stomach cramping Because when you're going super hard your body's obviously not putting that blood to digesting food. It's going to the peripheral muscles that are working super hard and that's where you can and get some of that stomach ache That's common but if you have the like kind of like pre-race meal dialed don't fix what's broken but it also definitely practice. You WanNA play. I guess when it comes to you know the like right before the the The race start. I think a lot of people do think that you know they WanNa have a gel or a little bit of more food. Maybe they're kind of feeling hungry. But you know the you already have your. You should already have your glycogen stores pretty full at this point from your meals that you know the days leading up to the race so it's not gonNa make a huge difference What you eat but I think having a little jell like an hour before is is probably good because it can just kind of top off the top off the blood sugar and Caffeine of course is also definitely in ergogenic aid so until the kind of the general recommendation what they found in the research to be the best is about is about an hour before the race that that's when the The effects of the caffeine peaks generally speaking taking and again. He doesn't get wrong then. Yeah I know you could also probably caffeinated. Well yeah you were. You were like four cups deep at that point. You're just my my caffeine stream going. Yeah exactly and so yeah like what you don't want to do you probably as if you know if you're if you're racing in the afternoon and you have a bunch of coffee at breakfasts like that after uh of four or five hours that's going to be kind of gone and that's where you get that little sometimes crash from from lack of caffeine so slamming a caffeinated gel an hour before for race star can be helpful. Because then it's GonNa you're GONNA get a little bit of sugar top off the blood sugar liver glycogen but you're also going to get that effect of caffeine. which is super beneficial for a lot of people? I mean a lot of people obviously don't like caffeine and I know. Many athletes are sensitive to it but not me and not frank. I don't think it's mandatory. Yeah Yeah but also the experiment. Some people experience hypoglycemia when they have food like an hour before exercise. Because what happens. Is You know when you eat some some carbohydrates or food. It's kind of spikes the blood sugar and then when you start exercising exercise further sort of creates a an insulin response and Basically just slams glucose into the into the cells and then you get like a drop in blood sugar and you can kind of feel a little bit dizzy and sort of weird and so some but it's not super common but So some people will do better by like eating jell like right on the start line. So that doesn't I have the time to have that problems. Where if you did an hour before you could have that so again experiment with that? That's something that you can easily do in training and you know if you're going out for a morning cyclocross interval session you can try hitting a caffeinated gel in our before and then you know maybe the next time do it thirty minutes before the next time. Do it like right before and see what feels better for you. Yeah into circle back to the the timing For the people that race like one one thirty or you know any any time between that and like four PM. I think the question becomes uh-huh to eat lunch or not to eat lunch. And you know it's just GonNa be personal preference but a general rule of thumb for starting point. Is You eat. You're normal breakfast brand and gets into the Senate is the perfect pre-race retain eat. You're normal breakfast at your normal breakfast time and then you know working backwards from when you start to three hours. That might be where you have a small portion lunch the easy digestible foods. So you wouldn't necessarily want to have like chicken and rice here that protein. Just sit in your gut you want to. Maybe stick to something. Something that's highly digestible. The general rule of thumb. Is You want your stomach to be empty when you begin the race gels bananas. Those are all fine. I but a big lunch if anything is in your stomach. That's that's generally where you get a cross cut or you you just might. That might come back up in a in a race and we're just going so hard. Yeah Yeah so ten thirty. Am Eleven am ish each for that mid afternoon race. It's a good time to have a you know. Honestly you could go back and have a second breakfast rice eggs or pretty easily Tied to digest maybe less on the eggs and more on the the rice. That could be a second helping vote meal for example. Maybe you know Dr Actor it up with some you know fruit granola that. Sort of thing. The tool okay. All right next question from Steve De Herman I have a question. On stringing together various training plans new select a plan you have to pick a level that determines weekly training hours your plans account for dropping a training load during racing blocks for example apple during base building or sweet spot season. It would be appropriate for.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

13:25 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on FasCat Cycling Training Tips Podcast

"I'm fast founder and head coach Frank Overton Jackson Long. Hello everyone thanks for joining us again. Other episode what did you think of that little that little. Montage the me me personally. I liked it. Where did you guys think out of podcast? Land as we add some fun putting that together. We just kind of felt inspired by some other. PODCASTS is that you know. Put Little Intro just kind of I guess like sound bites of some of their favorite topics enemy. Frank is a master of little `ISMs as we like to call them and so things like crying in the DOJ winning the kitchen provincially. Yes if there's anything that you felt like was missing from our our `ISMs let us know what will add in but hopefully that's a fun way to bring bring in the show absolutely. Yeah and so speaking of letting US know. We have eighty-seven five star ratings on Itunes and I bet with your help out there we can get to one twenty five next week. What do you think Jackson? Yeah I think that's that's definitely possible is definitely more than However many one twenty five minus eighty seven is out there listening right now you can go to I tunes apple podcast? You can do it from your phone. It's a it's a great simple easy way to to help us out for free and if you want to go the extra mile you can even leave a review like right type a little review some of your favorite episodes or things you like about the podcast even some constructive criticism or feedback for us to make this better. I think it's a great way to you. Know we're always trying to improve the POD and make make it better and This for you guys. So we're you're the you're the choir To to preach to so let us know but that helps. I think I say too much and speak to slow. I say and you know too much. I've I've noticed Isn't that the feedback back. We got from Joe Rogan at the Weeks ago Yes. That's a long story very briefly one of our listeners. Who who is a cyclocross? Racer he is. He lives in Vail Ciro. Hey Sarah what's up. Buddy he is a guess but it executive Ski Guide in Vail and he had the privilege of touring Joe Rogan one day. And they got to talking about podcast. Cast for all those of you who don't know Rogan's probably the most widely listen to podcasts. I think so. Yeah but anyway they rogan. Apparently when Ciro brought up as he said we speak to slowly and we say Too much yeah. Yeah well I mean. I don't know Rogan has much room to talk. There is podcasts. At like three hours long and they ramble. He'd like just does he's a really really good listener. I mean he just like props has great guests and gets them to just ramble on one day one day. Also just yeah thanks for for the the the love on last week's episode of of winning in the grocery store a lot of good feedback and also a lot of good feedback on the winning in the kitchen. Cookbook idea so oh we're still taking words of encouragement If we get if we got I think if we get enough we're pretty close. I think if we get enough even more the feedback on that we will consider doing a cookbook. We've been throwing around the idea a little bit. But it's a big undertaking the more encouragement we get the more. We'll be incentivized to go forth with it and I don't know if I told you Jackson. I was actually googling laminated cookbooks because what I was thinking is that one of the concepts would be three meals three recipes per meal so that's nine recipes and so pretty simple. It's not I like we're GONNA go Julia Child on you. Guys do a two hundred major but I was like thinking laminate each recipe. Put it in binder and then it's super real world 'cause you're GONNA put that right on your counter in in reference as has kitchen get dirty with. Yeah Yeah Yeah just off cool what we We pardon about today Frankie. QNA this is a that part of our regular period every four weeks three weeks on one week off and we have eight really good user submitted questions On a variety of topic cyclocross. Sweet spot. Timing I do believe there is some yeah just Beijing title base ride. Yep Yep yeah. In one of the last question we're going to talk about. Is the benefits of along route. One of my favorite topics and the question comes from a place of reason is if you only do a race. It's going to be like sub three hours. You still need to do four or five hour. We'll we'll get into that hint. The answer is yes Spoiler alert spoiler. Yeah podcast period ization. I love that All right so should we just get going through do it until it all right question number one. The family commitments can't train on a Sunday. Had a Saturday group right so I can't days back do have a couple of day a couple of hours each weekday. Good morning before work. How can I doubt the week as I would like to do a plan? He's asking about our eighteen weeks of sweet spot plan and I'm not sure who this one's from but thanks for the question anyway. Yeah and we get this. A Lotta people. Don't train on on Sundays. And he can train Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Thursday Friday so to answer your question. I would go forth with the Saturday group ride than strategically use Sunday as your recovery day. Then that sets you up to be able to train Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday. Now that's going to be five days in a row so that's a long stretch and and then generally you're gonNA do your hardest workout on Monday. This is part of our fatigue dependent training plan design. Have we podcasts at about that Jackson like we did a whole podcast about that. Yeah sure we definitely have that in our podcast archives. I know I have that. We have that training tip on the fast cat site. We should put that in the show. That's but looking right now. To see the way that would would set up is basically in the eighteen week sweet spot plan. You're going to move the Tuesday workout. which is the most difficult back to Monday then? Wednesday goes back to Tuesday. Thursday goes back to Friday. Ah No Friday goes back to Thursday and then honestly I would recommend a recovery day on Friday to also set you up to throw down some good numbers on Saturday fresh and up your your legs. you know make you know. Make good watts feel fresh. Have a lot of endurance. It's generally belt out a big. Tss Rod was just what the plants GonNa call for so in your plan. All of our plans you can edit them on your own per prager schedule as you know for example like this but it's really in training peaks with the premium subscription. It has is as easy as left. Click drag agan trump. And so you're just gonNA move your Recovery days around and Poof CEESAY. Is that then. Assume you'd want to also. Oh be careful about not getting so fatigued by Friday that your Saturday group. Riders is compromised. Because that's going to be a super high quality workout especially if it is a faster more you know Spirited group ride and so you WanNa just make make sure that you're you're kind of gauging your effort Gordon Fatigue levels over the course of the build up through the through the week and maybe consider taking taking Friday a little bit more easy a little bit less valium and then just on the group Brad. Yes so you basically Do a four day block Monday through Thursday off Friday. No Big Rod Saturday off Sunday than back at it on Monday through Thursday. Nice yeah cool all right next next question in the timing is everything podcast blay mentioned cyclocross. Racer studying there jim slash weightlifting routines in March or April after postseason break in December. What type of writing do you recommend for January and February for me whether can find me? The trainer ninety percent of my ride's there aren't too many quote Unquote Fund rides to do. Thanks Corey good question. Corey Ori So. It's the biggest thing that speaks out to me is fun. There aren't too many fun rides to do And you want to be having fun in January. That's the biggest thing if you're training is not fine in January. You run the risk of burnout when it really matters June July August. And that's when you absolutely then you're training with the purpose and sometimes it may not be fun but yet it's productive so really chance. Your question is what I would recommend is not much in in January. So like. There's the sky's the limit. I mean you could go fat biking you could do some running you could You Know Yoga and you you could skiing you around skiing. Yeah Yeah you know the Psycho Concerts Jin. We recommend you know a two week. postseason break for for the road as the grabble racers you know after this. The begins the day after their last rates for cyclocross. CYCLOCROSS nationals is like begins December tenth hint this year. You know what I usually recommend. Is You know. After after the cyclocross season presuming race till mid December. You know you you just take a break off the bike for the rest of the holidays that gets you to a Christmas Hanukkah New Year's and then you have January and your uh-huh so you basically have a whole month in front of you in. You could be whatever whatever you want. You don't want to not ride and in wind up having a six week break. I think that's too long. So a general rule thumb Outside on the weekends when you're not working I'm not sure if you can ride Tuesday Wednesday Thursday I kind of have a role. A psych across there is no trainer in January or February. And and then if you do rather trainer maybe once a week if you absolutely have to. Because he said that the weather can finds me to the trainer. Do something different you know. Don't do a workout. You don't definitely don't do intervals and this is where swift comes in. It's it's wonderful Because it's fun. It's organic. It's spontaneous actually even swift and the other two dozen APPs is an indoor riding applications. That are out there trainer. Road Grew a I mean I've lost track of how many you know. Indoor writing. Virtual virtual routing options are the main thing is you know stop doing an anaerobic work. The second cross stuff just kinda chill out Radford Fron just ride for for that exercise that's gives you that endorphin release it kind of makes you feel good. You know feels good to sweat so do that. Yeah Yeah I would do some light also in Jackson. You probably can speak to this but do something other than ride. The bike cyclocross requires you. It'd be a much more versatile half elite than say like the Rodeo the gravel cyclist. Yeah for sure. I think that there's a lot of benefit to taking Almost taking advantage of not being able to ride your bike during this time of year especially for across racer because it gives you more time to do some more maybe maybe like Playa metrics in the gym and focus on some running and building up that running form and You know doing some other other activities like skiing go cross country skiing or or downhill skiing and all that stuff is is you know it's not nothing you know. It's it's it's non trivial for for your body and what I used to do. When I was training joining a lot more than I am now in the winter in Idaho where can I was one hundred percent of my rides were inside in January and February is I would like go for? Are you know an hour ski or something and then come back and get on the trainer and warm up that way and so. You're not really doing a workout in the trainer. You're just like riding to like build that sweat up again and get get the body warmed up to kind of doing some split workouts. I think is a good way to go but yeah I mean sometimes..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"In november and a lot of the season well auto racing fall that explains. How are you going to do cyclocross this fall. I saw i saw that you were interested in something thing that led me to believe. I'm like i might owe like a like. A cyclocross practiced yeah. There's a local on in town at the practice of my. I check that out but i don't see myself doing cyclocross. Yeah i think it would. I you know somewhere you gotta get slow recovery before you go right into mountain biking because those huge s races start right you know pretty early and that and that's just sit the cyclocross season you know big time is november december burwell. That's where i'm taking a break to get ready. Cause i start my season so early because of the fact biking clara most girls aren't starting their season till may well. Mine starts in february and that's where you became. That's where he became a star in my ass. When you won the burki mankind. Thanks guys go prejudice because i like bikes more than on bikes. I guess maybe i like bikes all around yeah yeah i'm going back and forth by she keep myself <hes> writer another year and just get a new set of like head wheels or if i should get a that's right well. I'm going back and forth excited. We should have that debate with we should get both salsa and end specialized online and had them bid for one right there. Bring me a shrubbery specialized making they get real nice well. He's taking your time to <hes> to talk to us and i know that you probably riding the bike right now. Are you on the trainer. No you're at the office. Aren't you yeah. I'm hiding in my office. Well all right so <hes> we will. We'll have another show without you but then i think you're back for show the golden jubilee billy and here's here's one bit of news that i'll just share before i let you go is it looks like our events. The a fatter by the lake weekend retreat and winner bike expo down there at the <hes> illinois beach resort is going to have a huge ass ray reset so cycle re fed by dot com and huge racers all together sadly no i can't ever resist when someone says race yeah and i know how you like to come down to illinois and you now show him how it's done even those just over the border yard yeah well cool well we'll be we'll be rooting for you and <hes> we'll probably rookie into another guest appearance via phone next next month. Just so you know you'll probably wish you probably win. Stuff and people need to know about then. I don't think i'm going to be winning here. The fall the competition <music> level rises like you might go to bingo with your mom. Couple levels cool status crashes. I i was finally be one of those guys whereas i'm just happy to be here. Dude telling the story about crashing in two thousand thirteen on those railroad tracks. There's just like oh my god. Something bad is because i've never heard that story before and i thought you're gonna crack your head on the rail or something like how adana lazy eye from that ordeal aches. I can't tell and one other thing is. I'm gonna probably race perky this year so i won't make any a hold on that <hes>. Here's here's here's here's my boastful statement. I will not even see you on the racecars. Scars probably start at the back. I'm one of those happy happy campers pack yeah nothing wrong with that all right dude. Thanks for being on the show. I think going i can later by check on instagram. I five mammas. Don't let me brought to ten names..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on THEMOVE

"Climate the end I it's not it's not it's it's not it's nothing major. Hey you're so <hes> yeah I think the sprinters could make it fast. I strong right yeah said the fast the fast sprinters against the slower stronger sprinters but from from now on from now on of course it's not such a hard stage as as today and it's been arrested so the fast sprinters could could be fresh enough to to have ago difficult to make prediction but <hes> you know the typical suspects Yanni you in Guna Bagan Venar. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA put him there. Now in your Peterson gone as always and I'm going to go for a bunch sprint made me think of something for somebody like van art. Getting this win has to do <hes> huge things for their confidence at this level. Well I mean yes and no such a young guy. Yes and no you know I mean. It's obviously it's great for him. I mean he did this. This is this. Is You know this is way better than expected already his his spring season. Was You know if you look at cyclocross season. He was good but he was basically you know the second all year you you know he was just no way he could win against the pool lost every single time and <hes> and just one a few races when there was not there so he started the season with <hes> debris low confidence. I guess because you know he also had these problems but his contract you had that contract with a small team and then he broke his contract to you know the former team said it's illegal so he was involved in this whole headache you know <hes> contract problems and <hes> you know once he started the season the jumbo visa he was there from the very beginning though great great performances in spring classics but I think this this this this way better than he could have dreamed of and it must be unbelievable at the same time. I thank you know it has to go through his head now that he's coming. He's GonNa get confronted with the situation that what is he going to be now. Is he going to be cyclocross. Writer are easy going to be a real road racer. I if I was him I with no the answer because you know the career as a road racer he's already shown he's been three times world champion already cyclocross. Oh there's nothing more to prove there so <hes> he's GonNa as he needs to make some some serious decisions because <hes> you know he can still do <hes> you can still do <hes> Sakr across program. Maybe not as intensive because it's not because you do this one year. That's GonNa that's GONNA work every year. <hes> would definitely keep <hes> keep busy with soccer across and you know pick out my racists but <hes> you know for for for.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on Outside Podcast

Outside Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on Outside Podcast

"This episode of the outside podcast brought to you by Bob's. Red mill making whole grain oatmeal, fires and baking mixes that are the backbone of proper nutrition for athletes. And so for a lot of us here at outside. Bob's red mill products have become part of our lives. The most impactful experience I have with Bob's. Red mill has to do with cyclocross races. This is the outside podcast, very unsound designer and producer Robbie cover. I don't know if I need to explain that or not. But if you're unfamiliar cyclocross is a bike race where us road bikes to ride on dart and mud. It's also usually freezing cold and wet in previous chapter of life. Robbie was pretty fast and being fast in a bike usually means that you're super thin and need calories to stay warm. But when it comes to planning ahead for things like bike rides Rambis, not exactly military precise. I mean, I'm a train wreck. You know that like try. Off the top of my head Robbie's forgotten water his helmet and shoes on our rides so breakfast on race day. It's not a guarantee. Thankfully Bob's red mill oatmeal is pretty much the perfect fuel for cyclocross race. And every weekend they're out there with a tent and you walk up to the tent. And they've got this giant VAT of steaming Bob's..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Have a go and tell us how you get on. Thanks Hannah with everything else. Man to miss mean. Pie in there. You know, I follow the site could cross that closer. But I have working on a feature. Recently am for sleepless magazine and split loosen. The brand who had a great season on the road last year son web and over the last couple of years has been stepping up her commitment to cyclocross and she's had a really good season on we'll go to the world championships thing is one of the one of the favorites. But is interesting speech. Also, the NICKY Brown hair who as you mentioned won the British title. They've had a couple of thing dome battles, but Briars really focusing fulltime cyclocross, and she she just said that the challenge of balancing road, and cyclocross is sustainable for maybe a couple of years, and then you start to burn. I I, you know, loosen a brand clearly loves it and she talked to buy high. She builds in periods of rest and an and breaks into the both Russi's Crossen. She won a round the World Cup in the Czech Republic. And then went off sightseeing and Prague the next day. So she tries to balance things. Well, I wonder how similar that was. But, you know, very versatile writer, I think she was fourth in the geo Gerusa last year and then to go on right as well as she's been doing cyclic crosses. Yeah. Very versatile talent that now when people are starting to specialize even more to the climate's becoming more specialised climbers. And listen to brand is one of those top as you'd think that you that she would be forced to make decision now to start being if she's wants to win the Joe rose, then going altuve counsel the time, and and she wants to cross just focusing on that. But it'd be interesting to see how it works as as she has been doing this to be sad about having fun with it as well if she's enjoying what she do enjoy something when you're winning. It can give you that added momentum for bet. So she may not be able to do it for a number of years, but for knife, if it's giving her a boost, and you know, what would be the off-season then. Why not I'm issue still quite new to it? So she's still improving, and I think that's fun. But the the challenge will become I guess when the m that, you know, improvement slows diner or stops. And and then, you know, whether she can carry on the food's fool when season let's see she may win a world title, and then she's not going to have any regrets. But not I don't imagine. It was just gonna say that, you know, think about Mariana voice has been with talking into brands fit. Some kind of really rare thing to be doing like across and Rosie's winning both fascia Marianne Vos has been doing that too. But was part of her problem? She burned. Bunk very strong again this winter. So hasn't changed that situation either? She still does road on so. Yeah. Well, we will cover this like cross a bit later on in the year. Perhaps once once world championships have been going the route season as you mentioned are underway not world tour event world for the women doesn't kick off until March to Ban Ki which is quite late. Really? There are few big events before..

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Good weather condition for me no it was last week was my first raise initially i was yeah ready felt good good preparation to the season then yeah i'm i'm happy to have this shape now in this moment of the season and you disappointed about your cyclocross season and does this make up for it well obviously i wasn't really happy with my cyclocross season actually not well only the last one was was okay worn off the world's but yeah it happens and i know out of work so for me and the focus was on the on the road season and i did everything cute to be ready for these races of course some some great sprinkl essex coming up off to this even so i did rent now been the belgian plastics are coming so yeah i'm looking for it and does make it up yeah well you know it's it's board so i was always a next one and two about the team is the dynamic changed a lot with cash leaving the north chris it's great to have the team and and yeah if you see her win here today it's a great athlete so but our team is his well balanced and i'm very happy to see degree no all the time in front and yeah they do really well and for me today was really good to see them all the time in front and in control of the rayson yeah it was up to me to to be there in the final was mine in boston before the cash innovate both on the podium quite contrast in the minors they are detected is fair to say real cashew was just absolutely you far ache and when i was on the finish line italian journalist said to me it was like she was flying and crying she threw her arms out when she came across the line and burst into was gossiping for breath and pauline had to ferrum pervert to come and give.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Yeah but you know it's good to know it it is good to new and i'm i'm we're not going to just pondered a taste but it is good to know if you want more of that kind of thing an or not or less or whatever but yeah sankie i didn't bring was in a couple of verse off one's there were an marchal your right in hosting this even voice steven disease are also says that he enjoyed the issued lizzy diagne that we did shoot the different site to her and he was shocked at the lack of support from british likely when she won the world champion ship brood race m i have it's interesting i think most of our m correspondents are male our little very interesting jim wagner said that hayes favorites aikman of the second seminar our interviews with 'upandcoming riders because they're drive and passion really comes three and i like that because that's the point of doing it really is to indigeous people to these stories and educate people to cycling three at woman cycling mother three the riders themselves and discussions regarding the business behind women cycling he says i'd love to hear more about women cyclocross in its writers which hopefully redressing a little with these sites across series a find woman site across to be the most compelling of all woman siping events in it truly ought shines the man's events according to jim he's given me his tshirt sizes velvettithurai aid on a podcast but jim we well get he will journal to sharm shirt were we arguably a tshirt a oneover correspondents although also who is at the moment.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Who knows ragged by comprehensive at we've had the katie come to ninety riches were on a podcast that we did last year lucas cyclocross weren't yet were m both of them at so yeah th they they rode they would while there as terrible conditions valkenberg we we produced a series of podcast from the cycle course world championships lentil bernie was there in the mud getting very cold is combined with a bit of butler lara gay and saying the height of dead animals i hired a normal free that was a starter class that fascinating podcasts i really enjoyed those they were good didn't watch any by listened to the podcast on some surprising results in the women's races of the people polling for approval was was highly fancied she's been back on form this winter but i don't think the course releases their mind as well was was pretty far they migrated areas star so uh yeah and decide croissants it finished for another year and we're into the road i mean you mentioned there the at route calendar in full swing really are at least indict under and butler women's world tour ed doesn't kickoff until the third a march started bianchi quite late really am in the low already have been several men's events by then m is still a pretty streamlined calendar at 20 events in total three new events on the women's world tour this year bellec compared to thirty seven events on the men's world to counter which includes three three weeks stage races.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Good it was warm you'll get you'll get liam between you've got to do some road miles and continue building your fitness so was great very successful in that regard so loftily then the fact or bold now they had a couple of events in america before it will go comes over back to the heartland hear me what do you think of the next step what's the what what kind of innovations or what steps do you think cyclic off can make to continue growing in terms of popularity away from this kind of heartland well uh what are the other things that i'm deeply involved in is is is the panamerican confederation which on our side of the world is the equivalent of the european cycling confederation and so i i created for the americas the panamerican cyclocross championship which would never had before we've gone in four years now and and this year is moving to canada so were were moving to another cyclocross mad country canada which is like the u s cyclocross is very popular what do i see for the future what are these days i see that will have the panamerican cyclocross championship in argentina or chee lay or mexico saul dance your question i see further globalization a talk to some of the uci heads to hear about what would it take four can continental championship in oshii anna which includes australia and new zealand i talked to s uh another gentleman about what would it take to have an asian cyclocross championship which encompasses japan and the other parts of asia because what you may not know is there cyclocross everywhere they're cyclocross in singapore their cycle the process in tehran in iran they're racing cyclocross isn't what we envision here no kinda like in las vegas they're racing in dry conditions in iowa.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Data you have food and beverages forum and then the racing follows that i also like to create courses in which you can stand in one place and see a significant portion of the course the entire course so standard one place and watch seventy five percent of the racing action and then when you can't see the other 25 percent hopefully you gotta bigscreen the nearby and you can watch the rest of it so those are a couple of mike elements ingredients if you will first successful cyclocross race a course here in europe was score grew up with a winter sport but i'm imagining it pretty warm on a week day evening in uh when it when it was in vegas now in reno i am so if a completely different by completing different atmosphere i get but you pay cannot ingredient for of the race on the show i mean we can hear the music and outran we can say it will the food and drink bans during a roaring trade it it probably the only thing in cycling outdoors at least way you can have a captive audience who can come into the venue and generate a bath spectator driven revenue on on the day of the event now his true and then as most people know the business model for cyclocross in the united states is different from the european model the european model being spectators pay to get in the gate and and then of course like anywhere you're paying for food and beverage and all that saw i saw that that created a disadvantage for most american race organizers they had no revenue stream to accomplish the things that they wanted to accomplish paying for the necessary infrastructure creating the the flyovers the as we call on the bridges either the racers go over or the spectators go under whatever the case may be saul i created for the first time in the united states i used that european model so i chose.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Rougher now headline sponsor here on the cyclocross paul costa a little a little tree root of the cycling podcast that we've established here for the world championships here and if it goes well and if he liked the show we would like to be able to make a regular fixture of the next cycle season which starts in the autumn i'm just before the refah jingle there at made the point about the british blokes who are doing quite well at cyclocross last year of course ahead two one two three in the junior men's race come pick up one until it was second term pico and done tell it will be in the under twenty three race tomorrow and well ben talai tons younger brother went one better it was a really impressive performance he tough sued with the world cup winner thomas capacity of the czech republic for quite a lot of the middle section of the race and then just pull twoway at the end i'm less here a little bit from ben understandably delighted to win the rain by jersey first of all year in the lead for a little bit and then capacty came by arab part of the course on the final lap that he thought where i need to push on and not really i d i was pretty deep when i go away on the second lap second lap manasota he was coming back of it so i sat out why terms comeback and then i i graham not safe again really just went vote brain by stripes slipping by the mattis got a guy for it was a moment you knew you'd crafted a crack damn joined for the last so this the fence wave off a lock to go i knew that.

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"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"cyclocross" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"It's very twisty in terni in places but there's different section to it that's the grassi now much sections ex just total amount the transition from the tarmac onto the grass on the cross onto the tarmac difficult tricky potential hazards there with wheels slipping then there's only would section which used downhill on all kale and then of course these steps on the bridge which ya even you were saying is not something you've seen a lot of before to be honest i've never seen a bruce like that before i uh i must have a memory loss was is also a possibility of course but having a bridge after a section of status and then you have to make it one curve and then you have a little straits forward section and then you take another lefthander that's really unseen acom remember any race having a breach flying that's all i'm quite curious to see how stuck going to work out in in race conditions as for the other parts of the racecourse it's it has the classical vulcan book pedigree butts conditions are totally different from from the world cup's we've seen it before because we are in another time of year the world cup is usually ridden in october now were beginning february and that makes a hell of a different so from the racecourse a slush fund there are as one on this basically nothing left if you asked me the conditions are going to be k of course we've had a lot of rain today and overnight the forecast he's pro the rain to continue a little bit into the evening but maybe it will dry up a couple of the people i spoke to today said they're hoping that it either stays wet or stage way because the worst case scenario if it dries out a little bit and then it becomes really really thick him very difficult and then it makes the writing even harder at least at the moment with it so there are sections that they can actually ride through so they're not going to know that until they get here tomorrow other nope that's how it goes said you still have to wait the overnight and then it's the same from saturday to sunday and that's the unusual thing about cyclocross even if you have a condition is over.

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