We're building the ultimate community for women who ride and / or are looking to take on the challenge of training for their first century (100miles) in 2022.
It's an inclusive space to support you on your journey, no matter your start point.
Members are currently a mix of gravel, road... new and experienced riders, so you'll fit right in.
Here's what you'll get:
✅ You get to work with two experienced coaches passionate about empowering other women
✅The program provides the support and accountability you need to stay consistent
✅ You'll get stronger and faster on hills
✅ Increased confidence on and off the bike
✅ You'll learn how to train and fuel for your female physiology
✅ Create healthy habits for better long term health
✅ Be part of an inclusive and supportive community
✅ You'll be hitting the summer in great shape for those long rides
✅ And, if it's your goal, you'll be able to tick off completing, and enjoying, a century ride!
So, what makes this different to other communities?
First of all, this is a community for women who ride, run by women who ride.
We wanna scrap the traditional cycling club model, and be more inclusive. It's a safe space to ask questions and get the support you need.
But we meet you where you are, and then help you to go beyond what you think you can do!
How much will it cost?
Q: I can't always make the live classes. Are they recorded?
A: Heck yeah! We record every class (2x per week, 30mins) and add to a folder on Vimeo which you can access anytime, anywhere!
Q: I work a variety of shifts during the week and I dunno when I will get all my 30 min work outs in! What should I do?
A: My advice is to look at your 30min workouts over a months view. So, for example, even if you do two strength in one week and none in another, you still got it done.
Your ideal week is one core and one strength... but if you need to, prioritise the strength session.
The strength workout isn't too strenuous either... it's not HIIT, so could be done even when you're "not feeling it" and will be over before you know it! It also shouldn't get you too sweaty if that helps to squeeze it in somewhere.
Q: If I don't have an indoor trainer, will I still be able to do the midweek rides?
A: Absolutely! These are simply to help get you in the habit of doing a midweek ride. If you don't have an indoor trainer at home, you could do a one-hour outdoor ride, use a gym bike, or join a spin class instead. When it comes to choosing your training plan, you have the option to choose one that only has outdoor rides.
Q: Will there be anything on nutrition and recovery included?
A: Definitely. Both are extremely important to us. Rest and recovery will be built into the training plan. There will also be a live workshop on nutrition and other important topics.
Q: What if I'm not doing Ride London?
A: That's fine too - we're going beyond Ride London. The program is for anyone looking to increase their distance this year. This might be working towards completing your first-century ride, or any other ride over about four hours.
If you've got any questions, or feedback, feel free to drop us a message via the contact form below:
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