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Theme Ride Thursday: Chase Danger with this Spy-Themed Playlist and Profile

The James Bond theme song is one of the most universally known across the world. This song laid the groundwork for an entire genre of music and we honor it with a spy-themed playlist and profile, aptly called “Shaken, Not Stirred.”

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Profile: This Is How Legends Are Made

This profile and playlist are on fire! I originally created this ride for the Tokyo Olympics and refer to Olympic athletes throughout, but it doesn’t have to be a profile you use just during the Olympics. Use it anytime you want a motivational, empowering ride. It makes a great “master class” for a special event.

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Tokyo Olympics: Modify One of Our Past Three Olympic Profiles for These Games

In celebration of the Tokyo Olympics, here are three Olympics profiles from our archives. You can swap out songs from three playlists with hundreds of tracks to choose from: our updated Olympics playlist, one with songs about winning and victory, and another we call “Game Time,” with tracks good for just about any sport. 

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Quick Profile: The Eagle Has Landed! The Lunar Landing Anniversary

That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. ~Neil Armstrong

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A Fourth of July Profile: Three Climbs In America

This fun profile may get some of your students singing here and there—that is, if they can breathe! There are three climbs that vary from moderate to challenging, with a 3-minute flat in between.

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Theme Profile: Put On Your Party Pants!

This is a theme ride I did for my own birthday; all songs are about celebration, fun, living life, and parties. Use this for your or a rider’s birthday ride, or for any reason to celebrate. It’s a party ride with a purpose! Along with the fun playlist for this profile, I’ve also included two bucket playlists (and links to others) to select alternative songs for various party themes.

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Class Profile: 4-3-2 Intervals, Ramped Efforts with Decreasing Cadence

The 4-3-2 Intervals profile is a longer version of the popular 3-2-1 Intervals…and the difficulty is increased as well. Your riders who prefer the challenge and focus of longer efforts will truly enjoy this one. I even give you two options for teaching it.

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Profile: ENCORE! Intervals

Buckle up, folks, because this one will challenge you in a different way than our profiles with longer intervals! Encore means “again” in French, and we are going to do these short intervals again, and again, and again. I’ve provided a video of me teaching this ride to give you tips and tricks on how to teach it. This one demands a lot of focus!

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Kick Off the New Year With These Six New Year’s Profiles

As another year draws to a close, many of us are looking forward to getting back to our regular routines. Help your students reach their fullest potential this year by inspiring them through your choice of music, coaching, and cues found in these New Year’s profiles.

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Profile: Negative Split Intervals

This interval profile is based on the concept of negative splits, a training and racing strategy that involves completing the second half of a training effort or race faster than the first. This profile uses song pairs where we set a baseline in the first song and then we “beat” the baseline in the second song.

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