Virtual Rides Tour of Flanders Turbo Training Download

(1 customer review)

£10.99

The Tour of Flanders (also known as the Ronde Van Vlaandereen) is one of the great monuments of the spring cycling season

Virtual ride footage of the famous roads tackled by the professionals each spring in Belgium. Footage taken during the 2013 Ronde Van Vlaandereen Cyclo Sportive and includes the climbs of The Molenberg, Berendries, Valkenberg, Oude Kwaremount and The Paterberg. Relieve the boredom of turbo training and enhance your training while enjoying tackling some of the famous Belgian Bergs.

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Virtual Rides Tour of Flanders Turbo Training Indoor Cycling workout

Great to take away the boredom from your indoor cycling training sessions

The Tour of Flanders (also known as the Ronde Van Vlaandereen) is one of the great monuments of the spring cycling season

Virtual ride footage of the famous roads tackled by the professionals each spring in Belgium. Footage taken during the 2013 Ronde Van Vlaandereen Cyclo Sportive and includes the climbs of The Molenberg, Berendries, Valkenberg, Oude Kwaremount and The Paterberg. Relieve the boredom of turbo training and enhance your training while enjoying tackling some of the famous Belgian Bergs.

Please note that the footage over the cobblestones can be a bit jumpy due to rough terrain. We have left if like this to give a ‘real’ riding experience.

1 Hour 30 Min workout in MP4 file format.

Download has on screen dashboard which displays suggested Intensity, Heart Rate, Power Zone and Cadence and also features workout music to add to your enjoyment.

To download once payment is made please go to My Account on the Success Cycling website and click on the link in the Available Downloads Section.

1 review for Virtual Rides Tour of Flanders Turbo Training Download

  1. Jon (verified owner)

    Used this for the first time in a class today and brilliant, tough but brilliant. The people in the class also said it they enjoyed it and it certainly Got the legs burning and the blood pumping and if used correctly will certainly improve your hill climbing.

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