Win a 24 Hour TT (Time Trial) in Just 14 Weeks (>800 TSS AV PW) + Receive $50 in Vouchers!

Author

Pav Bryan - BikesEtc Magaiznes Cycling Guru

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Length

14 Weeks

Typical Week

1 Day Off, 2 Other, 6 Bike

Longest Workout

12:00 hrs

Plan Specs

cycling time trialing advanced masters power based hr based tss based

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This plan has been designed by Pav Bryan Performance Director at Spokes and BikesEtc Magazine’s Cycling Guru.

This plan is for you if you are targeting a 24 hour time trial (TT) this year, the 24 hour World TT Championships or a similar event and you are capable of training comfortably above 800 TSS points per week. It has no more than 17:35 hours per week and can be completed with whatever measuring device you have available. It has a test style event in the final week, if you can find a similar event to enter you'd be at an advantage.

Once you have completed this plan you will be ready to start your taper into your main event. It would be advantageous for you to add some practise time trials during the final two phases. When/if doing so, please replace the most similar session during the week.

This plan presumes that you have been riding consistently for at least 4 weeks (ideally 8), if you haven't, you should check out our Preparation Phase plans before starting this.

This plan is totally compatible (upload-able/exportable) with all good platforms including Zwift, TrainerRoad, The Sufferfest and many more.

You can use any method to monitor your training, power, cadence, heart rate or rate of perceived exertion, although power is an advantage. You get key rides and further resources (links within the sessions on the calendar) to ensure you are capable across every aspect of cycling; nutrition, hydration, technique, tactics and of course performance.

All the sessions you will do come with comprehensive instructions, links to videos, blogs or downloads, plus they have the workout builder function; full power, heart rate and cadence targets (where applicable).

If you are using heart rate or RPE and would like a plan suited to this, please visit us at -> spokes.fit & we will gladly create one for you.

You also get access to the Spokes support groups.

You won’t find a training plan more comprehensive than this!

Stats

Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Breakdown
Average Weekly Training Hours: 13:04
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 13:04
Average Weekly Breakdown

Pav Bryan

Spokes - www.spokes.fit

BikesEtc Magazines Cycling Guru. Co-Founder and Performance Director at Spokes. Former Director and Head Coach at Direct Power Coaching and Nutritionally Fit. Team Manager at Direct Power Cycling Team. Pioneer of Truly Personal Coaching and Truly Personal Nutrition.

Responsible for a team of fifteen coaches, Pav is a well-respected coach within the cycling community. Pav is experienced in public speaking and has presented numerous times around the world.

Back to Plan Details

Sample Day 1

1:30:00
138.9TSS
STME Intervals - One Minute

The Goal Of This Session: is to improve your short term muscular endurance (power output over a short period of time)

20 minute WU

10x 1 minute above MMP/Z6/RPE 9-10, RPM normal rate, with 1 minute easy spin after

10 minutes easy spin

10x 1 minute above MMP/Z6/RPE 9-10, RPM normal rate, with 1 minute easy spin after

20 minute CD

Checkout this Spokes blog on recovery, which will be crucial to ensuring you get the most from these sessions: https://spokes.fit/training/recovery-whats-the-purpose-uncovering-the-autonomic-nervous-system/

Plus, Pav Bryan's stretching & foam roller video:(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spB4VwprTIw)

Sample Day 2

1:00:00
56TSS
Strength Reps - Set 2

The Goal Of This Session: is to develop muscular strength

15 min warm-up

2 min RPM <50, almost all out (Zone 5+ but will probably not show in time on monitor), 3 min easy spin, repeat until CD :)

15 min cool-down

Stay seated throughout

Check out Pav Bryan's Ultimate Recovery Guide, the most important part of training but very apt for strength training: https://spokes.fit/training/pav-bryans-ultimate-guide-to-recovery/

Plus, Pav Bryan's stretching & foam roller video:(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spB4VwprTIw)

Sample Day 3

0:45:00
50TSS
Core Strength & Flexibility Workout (45 Min) (Pav Bryan's S&C Video)

The Goal Of This Session: is to develop core strength & flexibility, which will increase power output & comfort on the bike

We recommend that you follow the guidance of a qualified professional.

Check out Pav Bryan's video for ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKkbdbzshc8

Sample Day 3

0:40:00
15.3TSS
Russian Steps - Speed Style!

The Goal Of This Session: is to increase your leg speed & increase your efficiency

10 min warm-up

This session should be under geared so it is more about leg speed (cadence) than power so get your legs spinning with little resistance, the easy parts just reduce right off.

15 sec max 45 sec easy,
30 sec max 30 sec easy,
45 sec max 15 sec easy,
60 sec max 60 sec easy,
45 sec max 15 sec easy,
30 sec max 30 sec easy,
15 sec max 45 sec easy,

5 mins active rest then repeat.

Don’t worry about zones during this session.

9 min cool-down

Here's a guide on improving pedalling efficiency: https://spokes.fit/training/how-to-pedal-efficiently/

Sample Day 4

1:10:00
67.9TSS
TT - Strength Reps - Set 2

The Goal Of This Session: is to develop muscular strength

15 min warm-up

5 min RPM <70, 90% FTP with a 10 second seated sprint at the end of each interval, 5 min easy spin, repeat until CD :)

15 min cool-down

Stay seated throughout

Check out Pav Bryan's Ultimate Recovery Guide, the most important part of training but very apt for strength training: https://spokes.fit/training/pav-bryans-ultimate-guide-to-recovery/

Plus, Pav Bryan's stretching & foam roller video:(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spB4VwprTIw)

Sample Day 5

4:00:00
318.6TSS
Zone 3-4 Ride - 4 Hour - Hilly - Low RPM

The Goal Of This Session: is to develop sustainable power or race pace

10 minute warm-up

Just spend the majority of this ride in Zones 3-4, this needs to be hilly but ensure you don't let your HR drop below Zone 3, Power average min Z3 for entire ride. Cadence needs to be <60 RPM on the climbs, stay seated!

10 minute cool-down

Stay seated throughout

Check out Pav Bryan's Ultimate Recovery Guide, the most important part of training but very apt for strength training: https://spokes.fit/training/pav-bryans-ultimate-guide-to-recovery/

Plus, Pav Bryan's stretching & foam roller video:(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spB4VwprTIw)

Help with hill climbing technique via this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4gX2WEkot1Y

Sample Day 6

0:45:00
50TSS
Core Strength & Flexibility Workout (45 Min) (Pav Bryan's S&C Video)

The Goal Of This Session: is to develop core strength & flexibility, which will increase power output & comfort on the bike

We recommend that you follow the guidance of a qualified professional.

Check out Pav Bryan's video for ideas: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yKkbdbzshc8

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