How to Train Like a Tour de France Cyclist

While you might not be able to line up next to Chris Froome and Peter Sagan at this year's race, that doesn't mean you can't train like a pro.

Whether it's rolling hills, crosswinds, sprint finishes or a Hors Categorie climb, to make it to the finish line in Paris, Tour de France riders have to be able to do it all. Include these three workouts that mimic the challenges of the famous race, so you can become a more well-rounded rider.

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Marc Lindsay

Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Marc writes gear reviews, training, and injury prevention articles for Active.com. He is also a contributor to LAVA Magazine, Competitor Magazine, and Gear Patrol.com. He is a certified Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA) and earned his M.A. in Writing from Portland State University. Marc resides in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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