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Cycling Tips

Gaining places in a cycling race field

Hello, here is a new cycling tactics & strategies video about gaining places in a field.



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Cycling Tips

Play with flows in cycling race fields

Hello, here is a new video dealing with flows.



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Cycling Tips

Don’t fail your starts in cycling races


Today I am going to give you 7 tips to make good starts in cycling races.


1) Warm up

A good warm up gets your body ready for the race since it gets used to the efforts you make before the race. You can ride 20 minutes beginning slowly and finishing with several 15-20s sprints.


Warm up before a cycling race

Cycling racers warm up before a race


In my concern I ride during 40 minutes, 2 or 3 hours before the race start time. Then I don’t warm up in the race location except getting my number and going to the start line. Find the warm up recipe who works with you.

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My crazy challenge

My cycling story and my crazy challenge


Welcome on my blog about the cycling tactics and strategies.


The beginning

To start I wish to introduce myself to people who does not know me yet. I am called Sylvain Jeuland. I am a 29 years old french cycling racer and I race at a regional level in the west part of France. I began racing when I am 13 years old and I have never stopped cycling since 1998.


Sylvain Jeuland, first cycling race in Denée, France

My first race in 1998, France

I love to get ready for a start and play with the race goings-on. After several years of road and track racing, I got my best level in 2008 with twenty Top10 places. I was a french non-professionnal first category racer.


The fall

At the end of the 2008 years began the big problems. Something wrong happened to me. Year after year I gradually lost my level without knowing why and I was very sad. Doctors were not able to find the source of my cycling decline. Nevertheless I never gave up seeking the mystery and I never stopped racing in spite of my loss of leg power.

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