The Njinga Ride London Training Programme
Monday 04 Jun 2018

Njinga's signature 8-week Njinga Indoor Group Training Programme is perfectly designed for every level of rider to complete Ride London in their fastest ever time or complete it for the first time. The Njinga training philosophy of TrainSmart + FuelSmart + ThinkSmart = RideSmart has helped novice riders and highly experienced riders achieve their own individual goals for Ride London since 2013 and the 2018 edition is going to be no exception as the Njinga Cycling legacy continues to grow.

PROGRAMME DETAILS:

  • Dates: Monday 4th June - Wednesday 25th July 2018
  • Days: Mondays and Wednesdays @ 20h00 - 21h15
  • Nutrition Workshop: Monday 4th June @ 20h00
  • FTP Testing: Wednesday 6th June and Wednesday 25th July 2018
  • This programme will ensure you TrainSmart and are prepared to take on the iconic Ride London.


Places sell out fast so to find out more visit: http://www.njingacycling.com/blog/ride-london-programme/

Starts:
20:00 - Monday 04/06/2018
Ends:
21:15 - Wednesday 25/07/2018
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