Cycling Weekly


Indoor training has come into sharp focus in recent weeks as fewer and fewer of us go out to ride. Though our permitted one form of daily exercise can be taken outside, those who want to stay in and train now have more options than ever before. Our endurance might take a bit of a hit over the coming months, but the apps and training sessions available online provide plenty of scope for staying at least pre-peaking fit. Here we run through the options open to you and what each one is best for.

Equipment-wise, the easiest option is to invest in a direct drive smart-trainer. Although these aren’t cheap, with prices ranging from £650 to £1,200, you will be up and running in seconds. Connectivity is easy, they give a realistic ride

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