To get the most out of The Alpine Challenge, you need to be fit enough to actually enjoy them. It is an extremely challenging multi-stage endurance event and we have found that many people under estimate the amount of training required in preparation.
For more detailed information getting the right nutrition in preparation for the Alpine Challenge, please follow the links below to get tips and advice from our own Ride Captain, Juliette Clark.
Nutrition: The Basics
Nutrition: Recovery - "Eat today. Ride Tomorrow"
To get the most out of The London-Paris, you need to be fit enough to actually enjoy them. It is an extremely challenging multi-stage endurance event and we have found that many people under estimate the amount of training required in preparation.
We are really excited to have teamed up with Wattbike for the second year as our official Training Partner for 2013, enabling us to provide riders with first-class training advice and support. At HotChillee, we put great thought into our partnerships and in Wattbike we think we have found a tool that will allow all of us to be in perfect shape for the events - that is of course with a little hard work!
Wattbike have devised a detailed training plan that is bespoke to The London-Paris, to view and download please click here.
TheTriTouch our Sports Massage Partner will be supporting you during the event. Click here to see their guide for your first cycling challenge. They are also offering a discount of 50% for all new riders to The L2P at their Sigma Sport, Kingston, Surrey clinic.
HotChillee Training Ride #3 Ride Captains' ReportTuesday 31st March 2015
Ride Captains don't feel pain, we are not wired that way, however the HotChillee riders are made of sterner stuff and turn up for training events no matter how Biblical the conditions.Read More ...
Redhill cyclist Visser sees off the pros at the Cape RouleurFriday 27th March 2015
It has been a busy winter for cyclist Ryan Visser, who capped off a successful six months with a second-place finish at the Cape Rouleur three-day stage race earlier this month. Visser, from St John's in Redhill, was the top placed amateur in the ProAm competition, coming second to South Africa's Nicholas Dlamini of the MTN-Qhubeka and finishing ahead of many of the professional cyclists.Read More ...