Two Month’s into Training for Chemical Code CFC Sportive

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We’re two months into training and it’s not been easy. Finding bigger chunks of time to get the longer sessions in has proven difficult in what’s been a busy month. Although, I am now confident with short bursts of powerful, high RPM rides with the assistance of consistent weight training to build strength for climbs when I come to longer rides. That said, the real challenge now is to get outside and face the reality of hitting those longer 20, 30, 40 milestones.

Give me a follow and check out my progress on Strava!

Now that summertime is back, daylight is on my side and training will be going up a few gears. My experienced riding buddy, Paul (who doubles up as my boss!) will be training with me to help achieve this. Let’s see how far I can push myself towards getting up to 60/70 miles before race day!

We’d greatly appreciate any donation for such a great cause with just 2 months until I have to #hammerthe100

Mine and Paul’s target is to raise £1000. £1000 can buy x2 adapted bikes or a whole heap of accessories for Cyclists Fighting Cancer and we think it’s an achievable target. Give me no excuse to back out!

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About the author

Paul worked his way up some of the Midlands’ biggest agencies, ending up as a board director and then set up Chemical Code. After over 15 years of hard graft, he’s still trying to manage the work/life balance and fit in the odd bike ride. Paul is the person to contact if you need an agency ‘who get it done’.

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