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Old 07-18-01, 11:22 AM   #1
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Making a break away stay away?

What's the best type of training that will allow a rider to make a break away, and then be able to maintain that effort to make the break away stick as long as possible?

Tempo work, gradually increasing till you are doing 2+ hours of tempo.

The way I see it, you have to be able to maintain almost a TT effort (Lactate or just below) for a long period of time.

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Don't forget intervals, hard and medium
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