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Free tips from a pro cyclist on pacing your sportive ride

"The bonk", "The knock", "Hitting the Wall", it's got lots of names but they all feel the same.

If you keep running out of gas before the finish is insight, don't worry, help is at hand. We've got some top tips from professional cyclist and coach Liam Holohan about how to pace your sportive ride and keep you smiling...

Time to do the splits:

One of the things that I am often asked about as a coach is pacing. Rightly so, get it wrong and you’ll “meet the man with the hammer”, “bonk”, “blow” or any number of terms for hypoglycaemia. As a cyclist I am sure you’ve experienced this. Racing into the first petrol station or newsagent that you come across and emptying the confectionary aisle. Not a pretty sight.

One of the ways to prevent this rather unpleasant state is to get your pacing right. 9 times out of 10 I’ll recommend the “negative split”. But what does that mean? It’s very simple really, the idea of the negative split is that the second half of your ride is faster than the first.

If you’re riding to a negative split pace, you need to start off at a very sustainable pace. As a guide, if you’re not thinking, “this is way too easy”, then you’re going too hard. This is always very difficult for riders with a competitive mindset; letting others ride away from you, especially when you know you could follow can be hard to do. However, have faith in the fact that you’ll build pace, while theirs will slowly drop off, often followed by a huge decline when they “hit the wall”. 

If you'd like to read more tips from Liam or find out how to test the negative split method on yourself. You can read more about how to do that on our website, or...

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