How WorldTour riders use motorpacing to simulate the demands of racing

December 2, 2020

Motorpacing is a training technique where cyclists are paced by a motorized vehicle. Riders use motorpacing in training to simulate what they’ll face in a race: Spinning high cadence at high speed and lower torques, experiencing quick accelerations, improving responsiveness, getting used to “playing with the wind,” and saving energy. It is good for leg speed and cadence. VeloNews