Four Small Changes Equaling Big Results…

I was asked by Cycling Plus magazine to provide four tips for ‘Small Changes equaling Big Results’ a topic which I throughly enjoyed contributing towards! But, in case you’re not a regular reader of the magazine I’ve added them below.


Ride Technique:

Video yourself! An odd one perhaps and it might (probably will!) require a friend to […]

By |November 10th, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Nutrition, Tactics, Training|Tags: , , , , , , , |

How to be your own Coach…

Because, why wouldn’t I help you make people like me redundant…!

In this article I’m going to coach you through how to make the most of self-training and turn you into your own Coach!

Why not start by checking out my webinar on Training:


How to Setup your Training Plan…

Because you have to start at the beginning! Preparation […]

By |October 5th, 2017|Categories: Training|Tags: , , |

The Pav Bryan Ultimate “A” Event Guide

You’ve done months of training, worked really hard and sacrificed a lot – the few weeks/days before your event is not the time to ruin it. Here are my eight-key points to ensuring you have a successful day:

Training: A coach is invaluable here but it is unlikely you will see any significant gains 2-3 weeks […]

By |June 9th, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Training|

Getting into Time Trialling 

Arguably the oldest form of racing on our British roads and one of the most accessible, time trialling was born in 1895 long before road racing was made legal. Still a popular discipline amongst road cyclists at all levels, as well stages in UCI World Tours, it’s a great way to get into competitive road […]

By |May 23rd, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Training|

Getting into Triathlon 

Triathlon is on the rise. If you’re a cyclist, the multi-sport offers a range of benefits to compliment your training and, for longest part of the race, you’ll be sat on your bike so you’ve got a head start! But why should you get into triathlon, and where do you begin?

Sometimes, triathlon gets bit of a […]

By |March 10th, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Training|

What to do during lower base or easier rides…

Depending on your targets you might be doing some longer, steadier, easier and sometimes more boring rides, commonly known as base miles. But what can you do on these rides? I’m not an advocate of anything that distracts you from the road so no in ear music. But there is still numerous things that you […]

By |March 2nd, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Training|Tags: , , , , , |

How to find balance between work, family life and training

In an ideal world, we’d all get to train like pros, but in reality, cycling is often our third priority as we balance the demanding nature of work life and family life. So, can we really have it all?

To make the most of our cycling potential, we need to commit 100% to the training plan, but […]

By |February 2nd, 2017|Categories: Cycling News, Training|

Think you don’t have time to train because it’s winter? Think again with these 5 top tips to get you riding.

Winter riding can feel like a bit of a slog, but put the miles in over the chilly months and come the summer you’ll be ahead of the pack. Here are some top tips to help.

1. Zero tolerance to excuses
Let’s get the tough one out of the way first! Finding reasons to get out and […]

By |November 2nd, 2016|Categories: Cycling News, Training|Tags: , |

Top 10 Tips For Riding Solo

I do it all the time, sometimes because I prefer it and sometimes because the training I’ve set myself requires it but what’s the secret to a successful solo ride? Someone asked me this and to be honest I don’t really think about it before I head out, maybe through experience of knowing what to […]

By |January 19th, 2016|Categories: Cycling News, Training|Tags: , , |

How to Get the Most of Power…

With the price of power meters coming down and more companies entering the market there has never been a better or more affordable time to join those who have been using a meter to monitor their training, fitness, fatigue and pace their races. As a coach it does make my job of monitoring, reviewing and […]