Episode 13: Special Guest Ryan Cooper, co-founder of Best Bike Split joins us to talk about how to get to Kona using science and math and training and racing with power.

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RyanCooperandSon.pngGet yourself a cup of coffee, a bottle of water or a stiff drink, a pen and a notepad because Mike sat in with Dave Jimenez (@bigdave4 on Twitter and Instagram) to speak with Ryan Cooper, the co-founder of an amazing web based application called Best Bike Split (@bestbikesplit) and Ryan goes deep about the science behind his solution and how it could help an athlete know very specifically how they need to put out efforts for the best results on race day.

Very simply put, Best Bike Split takes athlete, course, and other pieces of information like weather and provides the athlete with a race strategy that will optimize performance. Best Bike Split is available to try for free for an unlimited time, so head over to bestbikesplit.com to try it out. Professional cyclists including the Trek Factory Team as well as professional triathletes like TJ TollaksonKelly Williamson, and Josh Amberger are using Best Bike Split to get the best results that they can. Ryan even tells the story about how Josh Amberger went from sceptic to believer overnight. It’s a great episode and we thank Ryan for his time.

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