So...after 880 miles, it is time to do it Clint Eastwood style. You know what I'm talking about-ew-e-ew-e-ew-wah-wah-wah! Yeah, it's hard to translate music notes into words, so I will give it to you-The Good (riding the bike), The Bad (not riding the bike) and the Ugly (intervals). Today marks a new age in my training and to dominate the Singlespeed field.
In short, started my steady state intervals-3 sets of 10 minutes each at 162-165 bpm with 5 minutes rest in between, with some endurance miles, too. Now, if you have taken my simple, yet somehow intelligent advice and put in your base miles, the transition to intervals won't be as difficult. I didnt say easy, but not as painful.