Autumn cycling training: eight things to do now for a successful 2019

Thoughts starting to turn to next year? Stop dreaming and start doing - here are practical tips to get you to summer success

Photo: Daniel Gould

(Image credit: Daniel Gould)

The majority of road cyclists would consider the summer months their key period on the bike, whilst autumn and winter is usually the ‘off season’ – unless you’re into cyclocross or track.

It’s very easy fall back on your normal routine once the days begin to get shorter: you might put your feet up, bury yourself in winter base miles or take up turbo-trainer enabled hibernation with Zwift for company.

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