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VIRTUAL RIDE! Four Mountains: Exploring Musical Genres

This replay of my virtual ride practice session will be up for 48 hours only, so I hope you can ride to it!

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Friday Favorites: Lay It on the Road and Speed It Up

This week’s song comes from the pop world and is sure to keep your riders engaged with some powerful surges throughout!

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Mainstream Music Monday: This Track Will Rock Your World

We all need our worlds rocked right now.

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Friday Favorite: A Heavenly Renewal of Spirit and Energy

This interval climb provides riders with a meaningful opportunity to tap into their inner strength so they can exert the stamina needed to successfully reach the finish.

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Wednesday Timeless Classics: Greatest Percussion Buildup Ever

This track has one of the most unique percussion buildups of any song I’ve ever heard. Perfect for standing attacks on a hill or a mountain bike simulation on a steep, rocky climb.

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Mainstream Music Monday: Perfect Pace to Prove Who You Are

This song encourages a fast pace, a steady effort, and a profound sense of determination without feeling oppressive.

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Friday Favorites: Uplifting, Energetic, and Gospel-Tinged

The pulsating sound of electronic music with a heavy bass and fast breakbeats at 85 bpm make this song an ideal choice for pushing riders to challenge their cardiovascular system and maintain a higher-cadence “tempo” climb.

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Profile: Things That Make Me Happy

In the midst of the craziness we currently find ourselves, why not an entire playlist about things that make you happy? I put some of my favorite happy songs into a profile of three rounds of fast flats to climbs. I also recorded a virtual version of this ride—enjoy!

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Mainstream Music Monday: Indie Rock Supergroup Fuel for Out-of-the-Saddle Climbing Efforts

An awesome blend of driving indie rock with synth-pop accents.

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Friday Favorites: Fun and Fitting for Fartleks

Songs that vary from quiet to loud, like this one, are fitting and fun to use for fartlek intervals. If you’re curious about what fartleks are, read on.

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