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New Triathlon Build Training Plans

Following the release of our triathlon-specific Base plans, our new triathlon Build training plans will focus on raising your threshold on the bike, in the swim and in the run. Overview Our new triathlon-specific training plans have been designed for multisport athletes from the ground up. Not only do the on-the-bike workouts take into consideration the…


New Triathlon Base Training Plans

Our triathlon training plans have been used to prepare athletes around the globe for their winning performances, but up until now they have only focused on one-third of the triathlon equation: cycling. This is all changing, starting with our new Base triathlon training plans, which include comprehensive swim, bike and run instructions. Overview Our original Triathlon Specialty…


100 Miles of Nowhere with TrainerRoad

The 100 Miles of Nowhere event can be described as a “race without a place.” Organized by the Fat Cyclist, hundreds of cyclists will ride 100 miles on unorthodox routes to raise money for kids whose parents have cancer. This year, TrainerRoad supported #100MoN by creating a special workout for its participants. For the last twelve…


Renowned Cycling Journalists Take On Structured Training for the Winter

What happens when three renowned cycling journalists decide to jump in the saddle for an intense winter of structured indoor training? We aren’t completely sure, but you’re invited to follow along and find out. Three of the industry’s biggest names in the world of professional cycling journalism — Richard Moore, Lionel Birnie and Rob Hatch of…


Specialty Blocks: 40k TT

Perhaps the most accessible form of road racing endured by roadies & multisport athletes alike is the time trial, specifically the 40-kilometer time trial. An event that ultimately pits you against the clock while allowing you to indirectly race other athletes. However, riders of all levels and inclinations can benefit from the FTP-enhancing conditioning at the heart of our new…


Specialty Blocks: Short Track Cross-Country

From a fitness perspective, only minor disparities exist between cyclocross racing and short track XC racing, but there are enough differences between the two to merit individual plans for each. These subtle differences inspired only mildly different plans, but ones that can build on one another really well as you use your STXC training & racing as a brutal and…


Sync Your TrainerRoad Workouts on Strava, Training Peaks and Dropbox

Automatically Sync Your TrainerRoad Workouts

Sync your TrainerRoad workouts to your favorite fitness networks with Ride Sync. Athletes have long requested a way to sync your TrainerRoad workouts with other fitness platforms like Strava and TrainingPeaks. Now, it’s finally here. With Ride Sync, TrainerRoad integrates with your year-round training data easier than ever. Keep more accurate riding profiles through Strava and TrainingPeaks…


Plans, Filters and Tacx Trainer Support: TrainerRoad 5.0 for iOS

Finding and completing a workout is now easier than ever with plans, filters, analysis tools and more. TrainerRoad 5.0 for iOS has arrived. Here’s what’s new: In-App Training Plans Filter by Workout Duration, Intensity and more Interval Analysis with New Zoomed-In Graph PowerMatch Tacx Support with ANT+ FE-C Wireless Protocol In-App Training Plans Smart cyclists use training plans to get…


Tacx Trainer and ANT+ FE-C Support

TrainerRoad is among the first software companies to support the new wireless ANT+ FE-C protocol. Now, we fully support electronic-resistance control for Tacx trainers. What is ANT+ FE-C? ANT+ is the most common wireless protocol used in the cycling community.  It’s the language that wireless devices like speed sensors and power meters use to communicate with TrainerRoad or…


Did 8DC Make You Faster?

After eight days of hard training and suffering, you might find yourself wondering what sort of fitness returns you can expect from our annual 8DC challenge. To shed some light on this matter we’ve formulated a brief breakdown of the workouts themselves, the overall structure of the entire painful affair, and the all-important description of why…


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