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Stage 1- Port To Port MTB Stage Race

27 May 2016

An insight into returning to racing following injury from head coach of FTP training, Mark Fenner at this weeks Port to Port MTB race.

“That” climb: Grafton to Inverell (p)review

29 April 2016

The first event of the 2016 Australian National Road Series (NRS) is fast approaching with the iconic Grafton to Inverell to open the season on 7 May 2016. The Grafton to Inverell is a historic event in the calendar, and being 228 km in length with over 3000 metres of climbing, is one of two big one day classics in the Australian cycling calendar.

Analysis from the pack: the up-and-coming junior

18 March 2016

Welcome back to our 2nd edition of Analysis from the Pack, a regular segment where a Today’s Plan user or coach sends in an interesting ride file to be analysed by one of our staff to show how you can use some of the tools in the Today’s Plan platform to analyse your own performance.…

Today’s Plan Appoints Trek Factory MTB Racing Team Athletes Daniel McConnell and Rebecca Henderson as Ambassadors

1 March 2016

Canberra, Australia – 1 March 2016 — Today’s Plan, is pleased to welcome aboard athletes, Daniel (D-Mac) McConnell and Rebecca (Bec) Henderson as official ambassadors. These athletes will be utilising Today’s Plan to design their training sessions and monitor progress from now until the end of the 2016 season, with a big focus on qualifying…

Sprint analysis from Herald Sun Tour Stage 3 – the importance of timing

24 February 2016

When it comes to sprinting the talk is always about how many watts the rider produces at max or the riders peak 10 second average. While being able to produce a high peak power over a short explosive effort is incredibly important, the art of sprinting has so many more factors. In this short analysis…

Analysis from the pack: personal improvement

15 February 2016

We’d like to introduce a regular segment where a Today’s Plan user sends in an interesting ride file to be analysed by one of our coaching staff. In doing so will show how you can use some the tools in Today’s Plan platform to analyse your own performance. For our first Analysis from the Pack we’re…

Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 4 – Timing is everything

22 January 2016

Stage 4 of the Santos Tour Down Under was a day when a break could possibly be let go and get up the road. With 3 hard days of racing under the rider’s belts, a small group containing riders who might have already lost a little time on GC could possibly be allowed to escape.…

Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 3 – Hurricane vs the Corkscrew

21 January 2016

To be in with a chance of climbing with the very best riders in the world, everything has to come together and the run into The Corkscrew at the TDU is one of the determining factors of the race. In this analysis we follow Chris Hamilton, the current Australian U23 National Champion and delve into…

Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 2 – Pat Shaw lap analysis

21 January 2016

The ebb and flow of a stage and the way in which the peloton races can be seen clearly when comparing the data from a rider’s laps within that stage. For Stage 2 of the Santos Tour Down Under we are going to look at the data from Pat Shaw riding in his first TDU.…

Santos Tour Down Under: Stage 1 – Sean Lake UniSA analysis

19 January 2016

Today in Stage 1 of the Santos Tour Down Under, Sean Lake of UniSA (Avanti IsoWhey Sport) did what he does best and blasted off the front of the peloton early on in the stage to create the breakaway. Along with riders from Lotto Jumbo and AG2r the trio managed to get a maximum gap of…