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March 28, 2013

My article published last year in Fitzrovia News about winter cycling training on the Costa Blanca.

Fitzrovia News

By William Rider

Spain’s Costa Blanca has long been a staple of many professional riders’ winter training experience. Good roads and dry weather when the rest of Europe is wet and under snow attracts not only professional and elite riders, but increasingly L’Etape du Tour competitors, road racers, time trial riders, triathletes, as well as tourist and Audax riders.

I’ve been going to a training camp at Albir in Alicante province for ten years and this year I took part in a fortnight of cycling as a volunteer ride leader. I got the chance to get to know a variety of people and ask them why they choose to train in Spain.

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