Confirmed Keynotes Speeches
The use of the Record Power Profile for Training Optimisation
It’s a Long, Long Way to……..Paris: The Role of Pacing in Tour Cycling
Predicting and Monitoring Cycling Performance to Optimize Training Prescription
Heat Balance in Mountain Cycling & the Effects of Acclimatisation
Lotto-Jumbo Pro Cycling working towards the Tour de France
New Surprises in Cycling Aerodynamics
Detraining, or the Physiological and Performance Consequences of Training Cessation
Cycling and Osteoporosis; Who, What and Why?
Nutritional challenges and solutions in the Tour de France:
The Gut as a Critical Athletic Organ
Stick, Twist or Bust? Prospection, Risk-Perception and Decision-Making in Cycling
The Science of Cycling and the Philosophy of Technology
Human Power Team will give a presentation around their world speed record realised with the Velox 3 bike.
The VeloX 3 saw the return of a circular chainset and the introduction of rear-wheel drive with planetary second stage and radial-ply Michelin tyres, while keeping the monocoque structure and camera system. Ambition became reality in September 2013, when Sebastiaan Bowier reached a top speed of 133.78 km/h in the VeloX 3, setting a new world speed record for human powered vehicles and securing first place in WHPSC 2013. To this day, Bowier remains the fastest self-powered human being on earth!