Two years ago I was approached by some riders at a local TT to ask if I did any coaching. I’d already started on the ABCC Qualification process and had coaching in my mind for quite a while, so Clinterval Coaching was born.
Jen started with Clinterval Coaching on our Hill Climb plan and has now moved to our standard training plan. Here’s a testimonial from her after two months.
The National Hill Climb Championships returned to Bank Road in Matlock this weekend, with its first appearance being in 2008. 240 riders meant this was the biggest ever National HC and perhaps the highest quality field ever too.
Bank Road, it’s harder than it looks. Analysis of my ride.
Just one week before the National HC Champs on Bank Road, Matlock CC organised their annual double-header on the fearsome climbs of Riber and Bank Road.
How much power does it take to ride a hill climb? Here’s an look over Matt Clinton’s recent ride.
For the first time in several years, Dover’s Hill was on the agenda again. Three Clinterval riders were there to test their legs.
The Hill Climb season is a very strange one, with the entire discpline crammed into around 6-8 weeks starting in September.
Clinterval riders round off the podium at Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb.
So, it’s that time of year, the nights are starting to draw in, you’re getting your TT bike out for its last ride of the season and the hills are looming.