Training Intel

The Importance of Sleep and Recovery for a Cyclist

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Our Holowesko|Citadel racing team physician shares his tips and advice on the best way to recover after an intense day in the saddle.

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Travel Tips for Cyclists on the Go

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Traveling to a race isn't always the easiest. Not only do you need to transport your bike and gear to your destination, but also you need to be cognizant of your own health and well being. Holowesko|Citadel team doctor Kyle Cassas offers some travel tips for cyclists.

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Tips for keeping your body fueled

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Our racing team physician shares tips for staying hydrated and maintaining your strength during your longest endurance rides.

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A to Z of Group Ride Cycling Terms

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Joey Heard, Hincapie ambassador, shares the meaning of some of the most used cycling terms for group rides.

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Safety First!

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Safety is essential to the Gran Fondo Hincapie experience.

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The Cyclist’s Diet

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Racing bicycles is hard enough on its own without thinking about everything else life throws at you. Fitness, tactics, and luck all have their roles to play. As an amateur racer I can appreciate firsthand the challenges beyond training and riding. You have to have the right equipment in top condition. You have to have your kit, ready to go—especially when that road race kicks off at 7 a.m. and the drive to the race is two hours!

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Staying On in the Off Season

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To set yourself up for a successful indoor training session, it’s best to create your own personal "Pain Cave,” where you’ll have the freedom to ride uninterrupted. Here are a few tips for setting up your own indoor training area:

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