Hunter Allen Texas Book Tour

Hunter Allen Andy Coggan book signing Training & Racing with a Power Meter TRPM3 800x1000

Pioneering cycling endurance coach Hunter Allen, CEO and Founder of Peaks Coaching Group, is on a book tour to promote the newest edition of the book that, most would say, has launched a new era in the sport of cycling: Training and Racing with a Power Meter. The new edition will be available for purchase at the speaking events, and Hunter will have a limited number of autographed copies for purchase.

Hunter will be speaking at the following Texas locations:

Wednesday, Dec. 4th
Bicycles Inc
143 E. Harwood Rd., Hurst, TX 76054 (Between Dallas and Ft. Worth)
6:30–8:30 pm
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Thursday, Dec. 5th
Bicycle Sport Shop
517 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin, TX 78704
6:30–8:30 pm
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Friday, Dec. 6th
Bicycle Heaven
9987 Interstate Highway 10, Colonnade III
San Antonio, TX 78230
7:30–9 pm

Saturday, Dec. 7th
Ride Away Bicycles
Huebner Oaks Center
11075 West Interstate 10, #305
San Antonio, TX 78230
6:30–8 pm

Sunday, Dec. 8th
Northwest Cycling Club
17458 Northwest Freeway
Jersey Village
Houston, TX 77040
3:00 pm

Monday, Dec. 9th
Shama Cycles
1213 W. Loop N. #170, Houston, TX 77055
5:30–8:30 pm
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If interested in attending any events, please contact:

First published in 2006, Training and Racing with a Power Meter is the pioneering, cutting-edge guide that makes it possible for any rider to exploit the incredible value of any power meter. Coach Hunter Allen and exercise physiologists Drs. Andy Coggan and Stephen McGregor show how to use a power meter to profile your strengths and weaknesses, how to measure fitness and fatigue, how to optimize your daily workouts, how to peak for races, and how to set and adjust your racing strategy while you are racing.

Training and Racing with a Power Meter brings the advanced power-based training techniques of elite cyclists and triathletes to everyone.  A power meter can unlock more speed and endurance than any other training tool―for those who understand how to interpret their data. By quantifying exactly how much energy a cyclist expends, power meters lend unprecedented insight into a rider’s abilities and fitness. With the proper baseline data, a cyclist can use a power meter to determine workouts, long-term training, and even race strategy, pacing, and tactics.