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Strength Training for Cyclists 50+

You’re convinced about the importance of strength training for both your cycling and your general health and are excited to hit the gym. But if you’re over 50, what are some considerations and modifications you need to consider?

Offseason Training For The Masters Cyclist

I have said it before and I will say it again: I am fifty, and I still wanna go fast! Staying strong and riding the way you want to ride once you hit the half-century point requires some changes to the way you plan and train compared to when you were younger.

Colby Pearce Talks Masters Hour Record

Rider Interview: Top US trackman Colby Pearce has moved on from the madness of the '6 Day' and UCI World Cup track scene to turn his attention to coaching others and helping riders with the best bike fit. But his 'need for speed' hasn't abated and so the World Hour Record for 45 to 49 year old masters fell to Colby on the Mexican fast track of Aguascalientes.

Best Advice For Training Masters Cyclists

TOOLBOX: Training masters cyclists is different from riders of other ages, but can be no less effective.  It does require some different strategies and approaches, which Tim Cusick - as coach to women's masters elite racer & former World Champion Amber Neben (and others) - is perfectly positioned to answer. Here's his best advice for masters cyclists.

Off-Season Training For Masters Cyclists

Toolbox: With so many PEZ-Fans above the age of 45 years, off season training for masters cyclists is a hot topic right now. Fall is a time of change: weather, foliage, and of course our training. The fall has traditionally been seen as a time for cyclists to get off the bike, rest, and recover from a long season of training, but is this really a good idea for the masters cyclist?