Episode 57: Ryan Cooper from TrainingPeaks and Best Bike Split Returns!

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Screenshot 2016-04-12 22.29.19Some of you might recall Ryan from Episode 13 of the podcast. Ryan is one of the founders of Best Bike Split, which was acquired by TrainingPeaks in 2014. TrainingPeaks  is the gold standard for endurance training tools. It offers the best possible platform for athletes to use to log their training and collaborate with coaches via the web. It’s built in analysis tools are second to none. 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, so head over to bestbikesplit.com to try it out.

It was time for us to have Ryan come back to discuss the latest from the TrainingPeaks team and we thank him so much for his time.

Ryan mentioned some training on the show, you can take all of that training in here: https://trainingpeaksuniversity.digitalchalk.com

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