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07/12/2015

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Richard Egan

hey joe,

i have two races coming up in consecutive weekends. the second i woul say is my A event. however this weekend im going to Paris and ill be five days off the bike. my ctl is 90 and im planning on driving it up to 100, with -50TSB before i go away but knowing that ill be five days completely off the bike. when i come back im hoping ill be fresh and revitalised for the two hard weekends coming up. my ctl has stagnated a little recently and has been at about 80 for two months! is my reasoning ok on this?

Joe Friel

Richard Egan--Yes, I think you're doing the right thing. I do something very similar before long trips. Good luck!

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