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Originally Posted by ksryder View Post
I mean I know plenty of people who ride thousands of miles a year who are slow. Literally every training program I've ever seen is basically variations on high intensity intervals. I didn't start getting faster until I did some targeted training.

Riding with other fast people also helps.
+1. That you (the OP) are working hard to keep up means you're with the right people. If you were the fastest guy in the bunch already, your fitness would stagnate.
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