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As we complete Season 18 at our Indoor Cycling Center in Plano, our thoughts turn to the outdoors and the riding season ahead. For us, our focus will be a 5 month journey to the Hotter’N Hell.

 

The Road to the Hotter’N Hell begins in March and continues all the way to the HHH on August 25. Our information provides a list of organized group rides that you can use as your training rides, including suggested distances depending upon your HHH goal. We wrap it up with some basic tips on how to round out your training to make sure your are ready when August 25 arrives. Get all the information here.

Graduates of our past training programs for the HHH are joining me as we provide a new support package for the HHH – called Ride Guides.

Our Ride Guides will lead 5 different Pace Packs: 19mph, 17mph and 15mph on the 100 mile route plus 17mph and 15mph on the 62 mile route. These Pace Packs will be utilizing  select rest stops on their routes. Our Ride Guides will assist the group in managing the ride safely while providing guidance to keep the group pace. Our package includes a limited edition HHH jersey, Saturday night dinner and more. Click here for all the information.

 

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Join us on one of our Fall Tours

We’ll be going to Big Bend National Park September 29 – October 5 for 4 days of cycling and one day of hiking.

From October 9 – 14, we’ll be cycling on the Natchez Trace in Mississippi.

To learn more about these tours, click here.


bikin mike with micarmsandlegs TRAIN RIDE PACELINE

Welcome and hello everybody. My name is Mike, I work and I play and I ride a bike! For nearly four decades I have been devoted to building a healthier community through the promotion of cycling as the ultimate hobby and recreational pastime. LEARN – TRAIN – RIDE – A fitness educator since 1974, I began coaching cyclists in 1987 and opened our Training Center in 2000. I love everything about cycling, from the feelings I get during a great indoor workout or outdoor ride, to the people I train and meet while riding in rallies and rides throughout North Texas and other parts of the United States.