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What’s your training regimen look like these days?
Pretty much six days a week, full on. I’ll lift weight in the morning two days a week. Right now I’m putting in about 16 to 22 hours on the bike.
As well as part of that is coaching some classes at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine and that is just such a fun way for me to get time on the bike — as well as just be with different levels of athletes and having fun with the community. It’s way more fun; I like being part of the cycling community and people that I don’t normally ride with, I don’t train with them. It reminds me of my perspective of where I’ve come from and it’s like renewed energy."
Nice blog, with some great “backstage” shots of the new Manchester velodrome, and opinions of Glasgow from an American!
women’s cyclocross in north america has a greater following than that of mainland europe if geoff proctor’s behind the stare is to be believed. the level of participation in the usa seems greater, while the belgian thing is contracted to a handful of professionals, mostly, i’m led to believe, as simply a support event to the men’s racing. therefore america ought to provide a greater number of personalities to support and shake cowbells at. with such a choice, why did nick opt to film helen wyman?
“Helen is great. She is sweet, kind and fun to be around. It doesn’t hurt that I have a junior cyclocross racer who adores her. Plus, women’s cycling needs more exposure. What better way to do it than with someone like Helen? My kid just might be the number one Helen Wyman fan.”"