Spring 2015 issue
The new look version of Cycling Fitness goes on sale Wednesday. It has been re-sized to a new smaller format, the same as Cycling Weekly, and the price has been lowered to £4.99.
A lot of work has gone in to giving the magazine a fresh new look and style and it will be packed full of the latest advice on fitness, nutrition and technique. Cycling Fitness will feature the latest trends in products, training methods and superfoods, including tantalising recipes to freshen up your diet, as well as in-depth real-life case studies and the usual 12 week training plans for riders for every level.
Cycling Fitness magazine March-May 2015 issue is on sale from Wednesday at WHSmith, major supermarkets and all good newsagents, priced £4.99
What's in this issue:
Ready to ride
Fitness news and products
Problem solver: Raynauds
New for 2015
Coaches- are they worth the cash?
Superfoods and performance
Older & faster
Intro to intervals
Late starter's catch-up
Importance of FTP
Food cravings: the truth
Food swaps to lower the calorie content of your diet
Nitrate: what's it all about?
The great big breakfast debate
Do I need a nutritional specialist?
Quick fixes to help you ride further
Doms: Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness
Be more aero
Pfeiffer Georgi wins British National Road Championships
The DSM rider attacked up the Michaelgate climb to seal the victory
By Jonny Long •
Thibaut Pinot expected to contest Tour de France 2022 despite lingering back pain
Injury has blighted the Frenchman for the past 12 months, yet he hopes to return to his best next season
By Jonny Long •