Paceline Podcast 151

This week Selene takes on a couple of training questions, and prepares Patrick for some of the hard work he’s going to need to do as he gets ready for this year’s Dirty Kanza. She discusses the usefulness of group rides and intervals, even for a rider planning to do a double century (whether on the road or off of it).

Researchers in Australia released a study regarding the opinions of drivers about cyclists. Turns out some of them think no more highly of cyclists than they do cockroaches. No surprise there, really. Patrick has a suggestion on what American society might do to change that.



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Show links:

Selene’s introduction to gravel riding

Patrick’s piece, “Same Old Trail.”

Camelbak Chase Vest for women

Bicycling Magazine‘s piece on the Australian driver study

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