How To Ride A Complicated Bike Course Well


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We’re excited to be back in the podcast studio today as there’s so much exciting news coming out of the world of triathlon and cycling.

Aussie Jai Hindley takes over Italy, 4 of the best Ironman athletes completed the impossible and we take a look at how to ride a complicated bike course well so you gain as much of an advantage over your competitors as possible.


00:00 - Introduction

01:00 - Gratitude

04:43 - Jai Hindley’s epic Giro win!

15:01- Aussies dominating wold cycling

16:35 - Sub 7 and Sub 8 Ironman project

25:00 - How to ride a complicated bike course well

32:40 - Knowing the difference between average, normalised and lap power

34:29 - The importance of understanding the course requirements

35:50 - How to attack each section of a bike course to gain the most time

37:45 - What power range should you set on a steep course?

43:10 - What we can learn from some of the tougher courses in Ironman

45:00 - Importance of having the right gearing

45:57 - How to ride a long hill in a time trial

47:00 - Knowing your limits

49:00 - Why riding harder in the headwind is so important

50:40 - Finding your edge and staying there

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