If you’re a cyclist who’s never ridden a bike before, you’re in for a treat when the peloton of the UCI WorldTour begins the Tour of Australia on Wednesday.
It’s a race for the best of the best, and the best cyclists have an eye for the stars.
As we all know, the Tour de France is a two-day event, which means riders have to be on the road to the finish line at the start of each stage.
That means that the best riders are usually a combination of professional riders, national teams and the likes of Australian athletes like Matt Goss, Matti Breschel and Matt Brown.
However, there’s a growing trend of riders looking for a bit of an adventure and not only to race on the big stage but also to get in a bit more of a head start in the race.
For some riders, this means a trip to a remote place where they train and race in an attempt to get a better sense of their body and how it reacts to different kinds of training.
“I’ve done a few rides with a bunch of people from the United States who have had some success with it, so it’s not really about the riding,” said Matt Goggins, one of the Australian cyclists competing in the Tour.
“It’s just a fun way to get out and do some distance training and get your body ready for the Tour, get in some good nutrition and then get on the bike.”
As the Tour unfolds in stages, the best young riders are starting to make a name for themselves, as they progress to the next stage.
The Australian cycling world is full of young talents and the most exciting riders are often the ones who have the most experience on the bigger stages.
But this year’s Tour is a little different, with a new, bigger race.
The race will be run on the roads and it will be a little bit different for some riders.
With all the different terrain, the race will also be a bit different from the usual Tour de England, with stages of up to 40km.
This means that for some of the biggest names in the sport, like Richie Porte, the start in Australia is no longer as big as the start on the Tour De France.
In fact, Richie Portes best finish is just ahead of fellow Australian Richie Portnes son, Sam, who finished third in the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire.
It also means that there’s no such thing as a pure sprinter, meaning that for a number of the top riders, including Portes son, Matt Gaggins, the route to the Tour starts on the flat roads of the Southern Highlands of Western Australia.
Goggins has a few tips for his Australian colleagues on how to prepare for the race and prepare for a race in a way that suits them.
Matt Goggings tips for Australian cyclists: 1.
Drink lots of water 2.
Eat healthy 3.
Work out on the course 4.
Train on the hills and on trails and do intervals Matt Giggins tips for American riders: 1.
Eat lots of food, not just in the morning.2.
Work on your body.3.
Eat food that is full.6.
Eat some water in between rides.
Eat a lot of water between rides, in between stages.8.
Eat plenty of food during the day.
Have a few snacks and water throughout the day, for after the race 10.
Have an off day after the event.
Eat before the race if you have a hard time sleeping.12.
Eat water between races.
Drink plenty of water in the afternoon and evening.
Eat snacks and drinks throughout the night.
Eat more water between stages 16.
Have plenty of time to rest.
Eat in the early morning and late afternoon 18.
Do lots of interval training, and do them hard 19.
Do a bit before and after the Tour 20.
If you want to do a bit faster, get some support Matti Bregals tips for British riders:1.
Get some sleep.3 and4.
Do some intervals.5.
Eat some food that’s full.
Train on the mountains, in the hills, on trails, and on the trails.7.
Work on your form and recovery.
Do interval training in the evening, after the stage 9 .
Eat water during the afternoon 10 .
Eat some food in between the stages 11 . Eat a bit Matt Bregal tips for Italian riders: 1.
Buy some water.
Do some interval training after the tour 3 .
Do intervals, but don’t take too long. 4