Over the past couple months I've done a century a week, along with other shorter rides, and I can do 100 miles no problem.
On August 13th I'm doing a triple century for a local charity. This is what I have tenatatively planned for preparing for the triple.
On saturday I'm doing my normal 40ish mile group ride. Then on sunday I'm doing a 150 mile ride, which I've done before, but this will be the first time this year. I plan on taking monday off, and then doing some shorter rides each day through Friday. Group Ride saturday, then a regular century on Sunday the 10th.
After July 10th's century, I'm going to rest most of the week, and maybe do a 60ish mile ride that thursday. Then on Sunday July 17th I'm doing a double century.
I plan on spending most of the following week recovering, and will likely do group rides on saturdays, and maintain doing the regular centuries once a week leading up to the triple century.
I know I want to leave plenty of time in the four weeks between the double and triple centuries to taper. But what I'm wondering is if two weeks before I do the triple if I should do back to back to back centuries (Three in three days) and maybe that will help with the mental preparation as well?
Is this regimen adequate? What would you do different?