How To: Train for short, steep climbs

Try these three interval workouts to improve performance

How To
Try these interval workouts so you'll be riding off the front, not dropping off the back.

Try these interval workouts so you’ll be riding off the front, not dropping off the back.

Rollers, kickers, pops. Call them what you will, but there’s no denying that short, steep hills are an integral part of the cycling experience. Being able to survive and thrive during these brief but intense efforts is often the difference between staying at the front of the group and getting sawed off the back. To help you power up and over short, steep climbs, the gang from the Global Cycling Network put together this videos outlining three tough interval workouts. Have a look, do a good warm-up, and then get down to the business of training.

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