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Cycling training plan for beginners - any recommendations?

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Velociraptor
Stick on a CD with a good mix of fast and slow tracks and dance along :)
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Hanneke
Kwala, if you have had a knee operation, you really do want to build up slowly and steadily. If one leg is weaker than the other, doing one legged exercises is a good idea, to get the weaker leg back up to scratch :)

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