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Cycling 

Fun on Wheels

Sign Up for the Winter Virtual Cycling
16 weeks (20th November to 4th March) 
3 hours per week
(Structured Program) 

What do I need?
  • Your bike.
  • Indoor trainer, smart trainers are highly recommended to guarantee measurement accuracy.
  • Laptop, tablet or your phone.
  • Software: Rouvy Indoor Cycling software + Discord for Communication. Other cycling applications are OK if you are doing the program on your own. 
  • Training Peaks account (for Basic Program only). You'll receive the TP invitation from one of our coaches when you register for the "Basic" Program.  
  • Optional: Your favorite playlist, a hand towel, and a fan.
 
Program Description: 
  • The Agalateya indoor cycling program is a 16-week structured workout Program * 3 hours per week.
  • Program starts on Monday November 13 till Marc 2 nd.
  • Sessions will take place on Mondays (Afternoon), Wednesdays (Morning) and Saturdays (Morning).
  • Please note that the schedule is subject to change.
  • Missed a session? No problem, you can ride at your own convenience.
  • The program is designed to keep you in shape, maintain your cycling form and improve your, including Climbing, Endurance, and speed over the cold season.
  • There will be a variety of workouts in different power zones.
  • Download Rouvy https://rouvy.com/login and Setup your rouvy account.
  • Do not forget to connect your Rouvy account to Strava and Garmin connect
  • Get a subscription (tip: up to 3 persons can share a subscription)
  • Join the Agalateya Discord channel https://discord.com/invite/nTa4qQUH8U
Program Options:
  1. Casual (Free): I will join the group rides and do my own workout
  2. Basic (Paid): Structured self-paced training plan, limited coach supervision. 
 
Basic Program Payment:
  • Members: $10 paid every 4 weeks (4X) for 16 weeks
  • Non-members: $15 paid every 4 weeks (4X) for 16 weeks

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Why Cycle?

Cycling is an excellent way to improve your physical health and mental well-being. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a beginner, cycling is a fun and accessible activity that can be enjoyed by people of all ages and fitness levels. Here are just a few of the benefits of cycling:

  1. Improved cardiovascular health: Cycling is a great way to get your heart pumping and improve your cardiovascular health. Regular cycling can help reduce your risk of heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure.

  2. Increased strength and endurance: Cycling is a low-impact activity that can help build muscle strength and endurance. By regularly cycling, you can improve your overall fitness and energy levels.

  3. Reduced stress and anxiety: Cycling can be a great way to reduce stress and anxiety. It's a low-impact activity that allows you to clear your mind and enjoy the scenery around you.

  4. Better sleep: Regular exercise, like cycling, can help improve your sleep quality. It can also help regulate your sleep patterns and improve your overall mood.

  5. Environmentally friendly: Cycling is an environmentally friendly mode of transportation that produces zero emissions. By choosing to cycle instead of driving, you can reduce your carbon footprint and contribute to a cleaner, healthier environment.

In summary, cycling is a fun and accessible way to improve your physical health, mental well-being, and contribute to a healthier environment. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced cyclist, hop on your bike and experience the benefits of cycling for yourself

Choosing Your Bike

When it comes to choosing a bike, there are several options available. The choice of bike depends on what you want to do with it. In this article, we will discuss the differences between four types of bikes: road bikes, hybrid bikes, mountain bikes, and triathlon bikes.

Road Bikes: Road bikes are designed for speed and efficiency on paved roads. They have skinny tires, lightweight frames, and drop handlebars that allow riders to get into an aerodynamic position. Road bikes are best for long distance rides on smooth, flat surfaces. They are not designed for off-road use or rough terrain.

Hybrid Bikes: Hybrid bikes are a cross between road and mountain bikes. They have wider tires and a more upright riding position than road bikes. Hybrid bikes are great for commuting, fitness riding, and casual riding on paved or unpaved surfaces. They offer a comfortable ride and can handle a variety of terrains.

Mountain Bikes: Mountain bikes are designed for off-road use and rugged terrain. They have wide, knobby tires and a sturdy frame. Mountain bikes have a suspension system that absorbs shock and provides better control on rough terrain. They have a more upright riding position and flat handlebars that provide better stability and control. Mountain bikes are great for trail riding, downhill racing, and technical terrain.

Triathlon Bikes: Triathlon bikes are designed for triathlons and time trials. They are designed for speed and efficiency on flat, paved roads. Triathlon bikes have aero bars that allow riders to get into an aerodynamic position, reducing wind resistance. They have a steep seat angle that allows riders to use their leg muscles more efficiently. Triathlon bikes are not ideal for long rides or off-road use.

In conclusion, the type of bike you choose depends on what you want to do with it. Road bikes are best for long distance rides on paved roads, hybrid bikes are great for commuting and casual riding, mountain bikes are designed for off-road use, and triathlon bikes are designed for speed on flat, paved roads. Choose the bike that best suits your needs and enjoy your ride!

Meet the Team

Cycling Team

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