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Riders come together to put a stop to domestic violence

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MEDIA RELEASE 14 November, 2015 Riders come together to put a stop to domestic violence On Sunday, 15 November over 100 men and women from all backgrounds will come together in a ride to raise awareness and funds to put a stop to domestic violence against women. Riders will set off from Applecross on a [...] [...]

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Local women to race in Europe in 2016

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MEDIA RELEASE Tuesday, 10 November 2015 Nicheliving Racing team set to expand into Europe through 2016 WA’s National Road Series (NRS) women’s cycling team, Nicheliving Racing has announced an exciting expansion into European competitive cycling racing. The Nicheliving Racing Team is in the process of partnering with a longstanding Dutch based organisation, TWC Maaslandster Cycling Club, [...] [...]

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Tour of Margaret River 2015

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Women riding the South West 71 women starters made the 2015 Tour of Margaret River one of the biggest women’s races in Australia outside of a National Road Series (NRS) event. Congratulations to all the women that competed and made this happen. The event was largely incident free. The new format provided some logistical headaches [...] [...]

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Liv at the Cape to Cape Mtb

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2015 Cape to Cape Mtb Race – our insider reports! We were very fortunate to be represented by five riders from our Liv program and from the Nicheliving Racing Team at the 2015 Cape to Cape in Yallingup and Margaret River.  Women of varying levels of ability and experience all set to take on one [...] [...]

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Julia Kalotas Takes 2nd in Goldfields Tour

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A hectic finish saw Julia and also Niken Jeffries finish well in the final sprint on stage 3 of the Goldfields Tour for Nicheliving Racing We had a Verve: Infocrank power meter on board and were able to accurately outline Julias throw to the line. It certainly was not a conventional finish for Julia, she [...] [...]

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Hard work and team effort to get to international stage – Bec Wheadon

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The Worlds Masters Track Cycling Championships were held earlier this month in Manchester, UK. Recently returning from the UK is athlete Rebecca Wheadon, a regular out on the track and Liv Ride ambassador who is a regular at our monthly social ride in Perth. Bec reports on her preparation and the experience of racing on the [...] [...]

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Using Heart Rate Variability in Running Training

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Training hard or training long has often polarized the endurance training community. Some train high volume and others high intensity, but what is right for you? You may know your body well and choose low intensity high volume training, or alternatively high intensity low volume training because ‘it works’. Contemporary research has begun to tease [...] [...]

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Understanding Cycling Data: Heart Rate with Power

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Using a heart rate monitor and power meter can open up a whole world of training possibilities. It can also lead to a great deal of confusion. In this article we outline a basic introduction to using a power meter and how this can quantify minute gains in fitness, that are otherwise undetectable. Using external measures [...] [...]

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The Goodearth Hotel supports cycling

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The Goodearth Hotel supports cycling The women’s cycling program has been a very fortunate recipient of ongoing support from The Goodearth Hotel, located in the Perth CBD and home to cycle friendly apartments and stunning views. For those coming to Perth to cycle for events, we would thoroughly recommend this as a hotel of choice. [...] [...]

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Michael Freiberg’s AIRhub: The Strava Killer

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Pacing Strategy is highly evolved in athletes. Ask a athlete to perform a 5 min effort and they can often do so to an exact mark. And why not, 8-30 hours a week are spent honing this ‘craft’…. Endurance athletes have an exceptional ability to positively pace through a 4hr+ effort, meaning starting out close [...] [...]

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