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Cycling Books – To help you get Faster

Are you looking for some new training ideas to improve your cycling? Or maybe you are thinking about getting into racing, or just want to ride faster?

Why not invest in a book or two?

Following are 11 books available from Amazon to do so. The books are available in various formats, with Kindle versions downloadable to iPads, iPhones and Tablets and they are very reasonably priced!


Cycling Fast


Cycling Fast is the best resource for any rider with a firm grasp on biking basics and a desire for the thrill of competition. Armed with advice, insights, and instruction from renowned coach and cyclist Robert Panzera, you’ll be ready for every race and every challenge.

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Climb Like A Pro! Your Essential Training Guide To Cycling Hills FASTER

Do you struggle up climbs and keep getting left behind? Are you still battling to lose weight for the climbs, even though you’re training hard? Or, are you sick of continually being beaten sore by friends up your local climbs and want to one day “get your own back” – but don’t know how?

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Tom Danielson’s Core Advantage: Core Strength for Cycling’s Winning Edge


This comprehensive approach shows the 50 essential core workout exercises that will build strength and endurance in the key core muscles for cycling—no gym membership required.

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The Time-Crunched Cyclist


The Time-Crunched Cyclist reveals the fastest way to get fit for road racing, century rides, cyclocross, Gran Fondos, mountain bike events, and multi-day cycling tours. With elite cycling coach Chris Carmichael’s innovative approach, busy cyclists will develop fitness, speed, and power in just 6 hours a week.

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Distance Cycling

Long-time distance cycling great John Hughes, an endurance coach and sport science expert, and coach Dan Kehlenbach team up to cover the sport from every angle. Combining sport science, including the latest research on training and conditioning, with hands-on advice for planning and performance, Distance Cycling will ensure you get the most from every ride.

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Get Fast!: A Complete Guide to Gaining Speed Wherever You Ride

Every cyclist wants to get faster. Whether they’re a weekend warrior, a crit specialist, or a charity cruiser, speed is the X factor that lets a rider ride strong, feel fresh, and thoroughly enjoy each ride.

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Training and Racing with a Power Meter

In only a few short years, power meters have become an essential training tool for amateur and pro cyclists and triathletes

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Cycling Anatomy

See what it takes to maximize cycling power, speed, and endurance! Cycling Anatomy will show you how to improve your performance by increasing muscular strength and optimizing the efficiency of every movement.

Cycling Anatomy features 74 of the most effective cycling exercises, each with clear, step-by-step descriptions and full-color anatomical illustrations highlighting the primary muscles in action.

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Mid-life Cyclists

Cycling has slowly developed into a passion for many men in their thirties and forties as they form new and intense bonds with their middle years, bike riding and endurance events. This is the account of Chris, an Australian, who took up cycling in order to win over his Belgian girlfriend.

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The Complete Book of Road Cycling & Racing

Ride faster, fitter, smarter, & farther Every road rider has goals. No matter what your goals, The Complete Book of Road Cycling and Racing gives you all the information you need to become a better, more performance-focused cyclist.

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Watch Your Line: Techniques to Improve Road Cycling Skills

This book presents a systematic approach to improving road cycling skills and efficiency.
The author presents the “Four-P’s” to orient, organize, reinforce, and remind the rider of the principles presented: – Position- Pedal – Precision- Practice

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