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Track World Cup London – Eoin Mullen Sprints Analysis The men’s sprint event at the London World Cup in early December was very interesting and when the time and performance of Eoin Mullen is analysed there is real optimism for the near future in the Sprint event....

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7 Brilliant ways to improve your diet for cycling

7 Brilliant ways to improve your diet for cycling

Whether you are training for a cycling sportive in Sligo, a Marathon in Mayo, a Triathlon in Tralee an Ironman in Inishowen an Enduro event in Enniskillen, there's something here that can give a massive boost to your performance nutrition and diet for the big day....

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How to pedal like a pro

How to pedal like a pro

When you look at the Tour de France or other great bike races do you notice how smoothly the riders pedal? Most of the great cyclists have the ability to spin the pedals at a fast cadence as well as having the strength to push big gears when required. This comes about...

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How can an Irish Cyclist become a professional cyclist

How can an Irish Cyclist become a professional cyclist

The route from Irish cycling to professional cycling. As a new cycling season approaches. Young cyclists, their parents and coaches may be dreaming of being a professional cyclist. The dream part is easy. What's the reality? how do cyclists make the transition from...

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Power Meters & Heart Rate Monitor Series: Part 1

Power Meters & Heart Rate Monitor Series: Part 1

Updated: 7th of February 2018 Controlling training loads with Watts or Heart Rate Are you using heart rate or power to control your bike training loads? This series of blog posts will look at some of the research available on the effectiveness of power or heart rate...

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February Special: Save 10% And Peak When It Counts

February Special: Save 10% And Peak When It Counts

Have you failed to hit your goals in the past? We are delighted to announce that we are running a special offer for the month of February! Like many racing cyclists you may find that in February you start running into problems with your training and your performance....

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5 Risk factors for Osteoporosis in male and female cyclists

5 Risk factors for Osteoporosis in male and female cyclists

Cyclists and Osteoporosis Maintenance of bone health is very important for cyclists. Because it is not a true weight bearing activity, cyclists bones do not get the same amount of stimulation as weight bearing exercises like walking and running. If you are a cyclist,...

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