The Advanced Cyclist's Training Manual follows on from the successful Cyclist's Training Manual, taking readers to the next level. Whether riding competitively or for pleasure, this book is designed to help people realise their goals and includes information on road racing, time trial, track, cross-country, cyclo-cross and cyclo-sportive. It covers training through the off-season and explains how to peak at the right time. There is step by step guidance on improving technique, endurance and speed, and plenty of advice on important elements like nutrition and avoiding injuries.Illustrated with stunning action photography and full of tips, interviews and training logs from some of the world's best pro riders, this insightful guide will help you beat your goals and get more from your cycling.
Luke Edwardes-Evans is a journalist and former editor of Winning: Bicycle Racing Illustrated, Cycle Sport and Tour magazines. He is currently deputy editor of Cycling Active. A keen amateur racer, he has experienced virtually every branch of the sport from road racing to TTs, track, cyclo-cross and mountain biking. Gerard Brown is a photographer and a passionate randonneur.