Is it really “training,” though, when you’re cycling with friends?

You have a bike. Check. You’ve registered to ride. Check. Fundraising is underway. Check.

Now, it’s time to put in some miles.

Last year we followed a first-time rider, Derek Anderson, during his pre-ride training. Derek trained for an hour and a half on Tuesday and Thursday nights, then spent his Saturdays increasing long-distance rides. Is it really “training” though, when you’re cycling with friends? ;D

Need help putting together your own training plan? We’ve got you covered with a training schedule, brought to you by Cadence Physical Therapy & Wellness. If you follow this plan, your body should be primed right for the ride. Also, Cadence Physical Therapy & Wellness has provided tips on how to use a foam roller, that way you can keep rolling on your bike without any pain.

Happy pedaling!

P.S. If you haven’t registered to ride, you still have time to train.

1MISSION’s Bikes Fight Poverty ride launches from Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, with cyclists pedaling 200+ miles to Puerto Peñasco, Mexico this February 10-11. Throughout the world, one in five people live in inadequate shelter – in dirt-floor houses made of scrap wood, tarps, and trash. 1MISSION’s Bikes Fight Poverty event launched out of a desire to increase awareness of this poverty so close to home, and to raise funds for those fighting it. We promise it will be the best weekend you’ve ever spent on a bike!

Bikes Fight Poverty Mexico Border

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