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Grace Garner Blog: Warning – Typically British blog about the weather!

Snow snow snow.

The past couple of years, when the classics season starts, the weather also starts to pick up. The first couple of weeks racing across the contininent are full of conversation about what layers people are wearing and what combination of base layer and jersey they think is good in this temperature!

However as soon as I landed back at East-Midlands airport the Monday after Hageland I was greeted by snow.

It continued to pour it down and I ended up being inside my house for 3 days, as we didn’t want to risk driving anywhere. The state of the roads was poor. So last week was my first full week on the turbo! Wake up, turbo, food, turbo, sleep repeat. With our accurate SRM power readings, we are able to replicate road rides with our power readings so I was really happy with the weeks training despite it all being indoors!

This week started great, my rest day was a day full of pouring rain and the temperature started to climb above 0 degrees, this meant I could finally get out on the road again. 

There are still 4 foot snow drifts around on the side of the roads so but at least the ice has gone so I can safely do my training.

For me the count down is on for Dwars Door Vlaanderen. I have a large gap between my last race and my next one, to really do my final preparations for the season and fine tune the work that I have put in over the winter. 

So fingers crossed that spring is on its way and we’ve had the last of the snow for this year!

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