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Paris Brest Paris (inc Qualifying Series) - EXPERIENCED/ADVANCED - 24 week plan with 4 to 6 sessions per week

Paris Brest Paris (inc Qualifying Series) - EXPERIENCED/ADVANCED - 24 week plan with 4 to 6 sessions per week

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For the Paris Brest Paris 1200km Audax, including training for the qualifying series

Summary

  • For experienced cyclists capable of at least 160km (100 mile) rides
  • To prepare for Paris Brest Paris 1200km Audax, or similar long endurance rides or challenges
  • There is no need for any equipment but heart-rate or power based training zones are recommended
  • The plan is provided in TrainingPeaks and all structured workouts make use of the Workout Builder, so are suitable for use on 'smart' indoor trainer environments such as Zwift, Rouvy or TrainerRoad.
  • Tests and advice on how to setup training zones is included in the plan
  • Introductory pdf document
  • Longest training session is 12 hours
  • Weekly average is 8 hours
  • There are 5 or 6 training sessions each week

Description

Paris Brest Paris - 24 week plan

This plan is designed to help you develop the fitness to complete the Paris Brest Paris cycling event including all the qualifying events.

The plan is designed for cyclists at the intermediate level and above, who have either completed previous similar events or have a strong cycling background.

If you are unsure of whether the plan is for you then get in touch and we will help you decide.

As a guide: before starting this plan you should have a good background in cycling and have completed one day rides of at least 160km (100 miles).

The plan is based on a gradual increase in volume that builds with your fitness, using the qualifying Audax events as stepping stones in building your endurance to ride longer.

Higher intensity sessions are planned during weekdays, to make effective use of the often limited available training time during the working week. Weekends are used to build endurance and volume as well as practice riding and logistical skills.

You can find more details of who we are and what we do on our website https://endurancebikeandrun.com.

If you have any questions, get in touch by email or fill in the contact form.

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