Kielder Chiller - Feb 09, 2020



Cold. Wet. Dark. There’s something slightly mad about the mountain biker who takes on a 24 hour race. How about winter in Kielder to tickle your fancy? Solo, pairs or quads. This competitive event will give you the chance to keep your cycling mo-jo going and challenge yourself in what can be some severely testing conditions. Bring supporters or bring your team mates and spend the weekend out on the course as you summon up the strength of mind and body to keep going.

Location: Kielder Castle, Northumberland

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Getting Ready – 24 Hour Racing Prep

From Kielder Chiller Blog by bkemp247

With a few weeks to go your mind may well start wandering and thinking about preparation for the big day. You training may have gone very well or training might just be a word that you’ve heard other people talk about. Either way, if you think about your options now then you’ll save yourself a lot of stress on the day. Here’s just a few things you might want to consider leading up to race day: ....

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How to Nail a 24-hour Mountain Bike Race

From Training Peaks Blog by TrainingPeaks

A 24 hour mountain bike race promises to test the limits of even the most experienced riders – whether you’re riding solo or as a team. A couple of weeks ago, TrainingPeaks sponsored the Boulder-based Trek Colorado Race Team as they took on the 14th annual 24 Hours of Old Pueblo race. The team dominated, taking the 1st, 2nd and 4th men’s solo spots, and 2nd place in the 4-man team relay category. In addition, Shawn Heidgen from TrainingPeaks also raced with her husband, finishing a respectable 16th place. ....

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