Ironman 70.3 Coeur d'Alene Virtual Bike Preview
If you are doing the 70.3 Coeur d'Alene Ironman Race, this is a great way to preview the elevation of the course. If you are doing any long course this year, this is a great way to practice your nutrition and hydration plan. You do have one, right? If you are doing STP, or RSVP, join us, and get in a long practice ride.
The ride is at Sound Training and Racing’s studio, which has 10 indoor bike trainers connected to a computer. They are variable resistance trainers, so when the computer sees you getting to a hill on the course, the resistance increases. All kinds of data is recorded. Power, cadence, calories, and much much more.
Cost is $60. Bring everything you would bring on race day, including a spare tube, except a helmet. A trainer tire is better than a road tire. Don’t forget a lower geared cassette for the hilly courses. expect to spend anywhere from 2.5 to 4 hours on the bike.
Peter does a great job with course specific, and general, racing tips. I have done several of these virtual rides. While they are hard, they are a great training prep for long course races.
Start time is 9 am, April 20th. As it takes about 15 minutes to get the bike set up on the trainer and warmed up, please arrive early enough to allow proper setup. For any questions, please contact Peter Lohrmann at Sound Training and Racing. Signup on the sound Training and Racing website, in the Studio section, on the appropriate date of their calendar.
NOTE: A RSVP doesn't guarantee a spot at this event. You must register with Peter at Sound Training and Racing