Get to grip with your brakes

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For me, the descent that follows a long climb is magic. But, for some riders who struggle to reach the brakes, the descent is frustrating, painful, and often very scary. I’d love to see everyone enjoy the descents as much as me, so in this post, I share some great tips on how you can really get to grips with your … Read More

Common Women Problems on the Bike…

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When I first started riding a road bike, I used to struggle on longer rides because of pain in my shoulders and triceps. I now know that this is a common problem for us women, and it often comes down to a badly fitted bike. In this second post on common bike fit problems, I explain the problems of poor … Read More

Emer’s Challenge Roth Journey

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Emer Sandham's experience of her first Challenge Roth Full Distance Race. Deciding on Challenge Roth In July 2013 I watched my first open water triathlon in Chester, the next year I did the race. Over the following years I have raced many sprints, and standard distance events with varying success. Suffice to say I have well and truly caught the ... Read More

European Triathlon Championships 2017

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Well, we have waited a few weeks for this post, but this is Emer Sandham’s experience of her first European Triathlon Championships, racing for Ireland.   Having had a few minor victories through summer 2016 and spent a week in my home town in Ireland which culminated in a race where I had an age group win in September, I … Read More

Simon Cole at European Age group Championships

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Simon Cole, one of Rhian’s coached athletes has recently been in competition at the 2017 Soria ETU Sprint Distance Duathlon European Championships. Here’s what Simon had to say about the event and how TriRox Training helped his preparation. The journey for this race started back in October 2016 when my first son was just three weeks old – a qualification … Read More