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11 New Year’s Resolutions for Cyclists for 2020

11 New Year’s Resolutions for Cyclists for 2020

To embark on the road to sportive readiness, pick from our top new years resolutions for cyclists and harness your willpower into becoming stronger, fitter and faster in 2020. Check our Struggle's new year's resolutions for cyclists here...

Struggle Winter Climb Challenge: Malham Cove

Struggle Winter Climb Challenge: Malham Cove

Stunning scenery and tough training; you could do no better than head out to Malham this winter to enjoy the views and road-test your climbing legs.  

We're challenge you to the gradients of Malham Cove, climb 4 of Struggle Dales Yorkshire sportive. But before you roll out read our rundown of this epic ascent...


Functional Exercises For Cyclists?

Functional Exercises For Cyclists?

With your Struggle sportive training miles beginning to ramp up, January is the perfect time to assess your functional movement to ensure you avoid injury but more importantly become an efficient, fully functioning riders firing with full force.

December Training Tips from the Pros

December Training Tips from the Pros

Couple bad weather with Christmas cheer and December has all the makings of a training write-off. We catch up with Yorkshire's local professionals and performance coaches to ask what their training schedule looks like in December and how to balance turbos sessions with turkey sittings. 

Off-Season Advice from Struggle HQ

Off-Season Advice from Struggle HQ

October is off-season; time to rest, relax, recover - and indulge - before we press the reboot button and ramp up winter training. However, it’s often difficult to enjoy October without feeling restless and fidgety. Here’s what we do to optimise October…

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1. Set Up Indoors

Today’s technology makes indoor training more efficient, effective - and enjoyable - meaning you can train hard throughout the winter and roll into spring ready to smash 2019. Spend time planning and setting up your optimal winter training rig. Check out: