400 training hours so far this year and 30 hour weeks: Strava reveals how the pros prepare for the Tour de France

Training data logged on Strava from January to June this year show the shear amount of in-the-saddle it takes to rock up at the sport’s biggest showdown

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Strava has released exclusive data, highlighting what it takes for male and female pro cyclists to train for the Tour de France, which is starting this Friday on July 1.

Aggregated and anonymised training data of 36 competitive cyclists riding in either the men’s Tour de France or the inaugural Tour de France Femmes avec Zwift 2022 is said to reveal how male and female pro riders have prepared for their respective prestigious competitions. 

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