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vexatious enigma
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Sonomasnap said:
How do you figure cutting your riding down significantly is going to give you a higher base point? You can lower intensity during the first half of the winter but you need to do as many or more miles to build a "higher base point".
I agree with this. You cant really expect to have a much higher base going into next season unless you are either doing more miles during the winter or you are doing some crazy intense long rides 2-3 times a weeks.

I'll put in another vote for Joe Friel's book The Cyclists Training Bible. There is a ton of good information in there.
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