How To Win The Paris To Ancaster
Back in 2013 we had up a popular series of videos talking about racing the event. The main premise of the series from RidingFeelsGood.com is following the trajectories of 3 people as they prepared for P2A - a "pro" (Mike Garrigan), an "enthusiast" (Jason) and a "newbie" (Lori). There is some great stuff to watch. For the start of the series CLICK HERE Scroll down the page and you'll find all 9 parts to the series.
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These programs are geared towards riders who predominantly ride or race a Mountain Bike. There will be some training on the road, but you can use a MTB on the road for training. Programs are 12 weeks and are available with or without a strength component. Programs are offered for beginner, intermediate and advanced levels.
Beginner programs are for riders fairly new to the sport or who have limited time availability. Beginner programs are usually 4-5 days per week. Rides range from 1hr to 2.5 hrs depending on the time of year. Beginner programs are suited for those who just want to ride a bit faster and enjoy their P2A Experience.
Intermediate programs are for riders with some riding experience. They are well suited for serious recreational riders or Sport level racers. Programs are usually 5 days per week and rides range from 1.5-3hrs depending on the time of year.
Advanced programs are for riders who have racing experience and good time availability. Programs are 5-6 days per week. Rides range from 1.5-4 hrs depending on the time of year. These programs are well suited for Expert or Pro Elite Riders and people who would like to finish in the top 100 at P2A.