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Summer Resources for Cyclists

Riding during the summer in Texas always means increased hydration and nutritional requirements that are different from the rest of the year. Plus, this year the pandemic has changed the way most of us are accustomed to training. Here are some tips we hope will help you navigate the hot Texas summer. 

Pandemic Proof Your Summer Training

Cyclists are eager to train and have tangible goals to work towards. Chris Carmichael at Trainright.com provides some predictions on what to expect for events in 2020 along with advice on how to pandemic proof your summer plans. 

Hydration for Cyclists

With extreme heat experienced during the Texas Summers. Hydration is crucial to cyclist health and training. Bicycling magazine shares everything cyclists need to know about staying hydrated. Learn from two experts to find out how much water you should be drinking.

The HIIT List: Fueling Strong Indoor Cycling Workouts

Chris Carmichael shares how to fuel strong indoor cycling workouts, so you can pack effective training into a short period of time. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) requires fuel and special considerations for riding indoors. Learn more from Chris about what and when to eat and drink for your HIIT workout.