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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…

Tour of Margaret River – Stage 1 ITT: Matt Clark (Avanti Racing Team)

7 November 2015

While things are getting heated on Coronet Peak at the Tour of Southland in NZ, there is another end of season race going on in Western Australia, the Tour of Margaret River. We are going to take a quick look at stage 1, the individual time trial. Stage 1 was dominated by the Avanti Racing…

Tour of Southland: Stage 5

7 November 2015

Today’s stage from Invercargill to Gore got off to a very fast start with the front group covering 48.5 km in the first hour. With lots of 90 degree corners and just enough wind there was a threatening general classification split with 9 riders including the yellow jersey rider Brad Evans forcing themselves off the front…

Tour of Southland: Stage 4

6 November 2015

It turns out Stage 3 was just the start of the five-star quality weather, with a maximum of 19 degrees and sunshine all day for stage 4. With a slight tail wind for the 140 km stage from Mossburn to the top of Coronet Peak just outside of Queenstown, it proved to be a reasonably…

Tour of Southland: Stage 2 – Robbie Hucker (Barry Stewart Builders)

4 November 2015

Today we’ll see a different perspective of Stage 2 at the Tour of Southland as we analyse the ride of second place getter, Robbie Hucker (BSB). The functionality of Today’s Plan to offer coaches the ability to dissect races is unparalleled. You might not be able to physically be there to shout instructions from the bottom of…

Tour of Southland: Stage 1

2 November 2015

Monday was the first road race for the Tour of Southland and at 157 km (+4 km of neutral) in length and the wind due to get up, it was expected to be solid… And yes it was! I’m going to put it out there, but I have never ridden in cross winds as strong as…

Tour of Southland: Prologue TTT

1 November 2015

The 2015 Tour of Southland, New Zealand, kicked off on Sunday, 1 November in Invercargill. We’ll follow the 7 stages as the peloton traverses this magnificent landscape, experiencing it first hand through the eyes (and legs) of one of our coaching team – Benji Marshall. Benji races for Australian based National Road Series team, Oliver’s…

Trek Factory Racing chooses Today’s Plan for training, coaching and analytics

29 October 2015

Canberra, Australia – 29 October 2015 — Trek Factory Racing (Trek Factory Racing), a UCI licensed World Tour Cycling Team has selected Australian tech startup, Today’s Plan (Today’s Plan), to provide the team’s training and analytics platform for the 2016 season. The platform will be used by Trek Factory Racing coaches and management to prescribe…

Melbourne to Warnabool from two perspectives

21 October 2015

The Melbourne to Warrnambool has a special place in Australian cycling being Australia’s longest race at 279 km and the second longest race in the world second only to Milan-San Remo. This year marked the 100th anniversary of the race and if ever there was a time to win Australia’s most prestigious race this would…