Racing Realities

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  1. April 15, 2018

    […] another of my Racing Resolutions ticked off. I have now completed a road race and a criterium race. Go […]

  2. August 19, 2019

    […] of the above boils down to fear. It can be scary and sometimes intimidating to do something new and it’s sometimes hard to know where to look to find the confidence to make that […]

  3. September 3, 2019

    […] and a few road races and found that I absolutely loved it. I felt completely out of place before my first race of the year, but I carried on, setting small goals throughout the season and making big improvements. I never […]

  4. January 19, 2020

    […] races are also a great place to start out. I have always found them really friendly and the other riders happy to offer advise to newbies. […]

  5. June 19, 2020

    […] away with it due to a generally active lifestyle and the fact that I tend to race short distance criteriums. I follow a plan and use a turbo trainer and a power meter to make sure my sessions are the highest […]

  6. June 25, 2020

    […] seem that long ago. That was when I made a commitment to try road bike racing in 2018. In April, I did my first criterium (crit) race, Crit On The Campus. Since then, I have made it to the start and finish lines of one […]

  7. July 5, 2020

    […] coaching sessions through Active Cycle Coaching. I have blogged about my own experience of starting out in criterium racing and road races in the hope of encouraging more women to race at an amateur level. I am currently […]

  8. July 27, 2020

    […] I really want to now…. In 2018, I did decide I wanted to race, but I found a new challenge in criterium and road racing, and I loved it. 2019 was a year when other priorities took centre stage in my […]

  9. February 7, 2021

    […] am coaching someone at a level where small tweaks to their position can make a difference to their performance and it is performance they are looking […]

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