Arnie Baker Cycling
Training, Schedules, & Event Tips
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& Event Tips (Introduction)
Riding 100 miles in one day is a terrific challenge-and a landmark event in the
career of any cyclist.
Here are tips to make your century event easier and more fun.
Training schedules for three different fitness
levels are included in a separate article.