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    training book?

    what are the best training books available?

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    joe friel's cyclist's training bible is thought to be one of the best and most flexiable training program outlines available.

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    Joe Friel's book is a good start. But, eventually, you have to structure your plan based on your work schedule and fitness level.

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    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by R600DuraAce
    Joe Friel's book is a good start. But, eventually, you have to structure your plan based on your work schedule and fitness level.
    Which is why I love Fred Matheny's book on Beginning Bicycle Racing. I have the 1983 edition.

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    Bernard Hinault's "Road Racing Technique and Training" is excellent.

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