This Week on Slowtwitch Indoors: May (Field) Day!

After moving our rides and runs around a fair bit last week and giving our Tuesday evening ride a new name, we're settling back into some normal routines here at Slowtwitch Indoors. All of our runs will be moving to a central location in Watopia, while our rides move into some familiar scenery this week.

100/100 Challenge Support Runs

Into the home stretch now! With just two weeks remaining in the 100/100 Challenge, we thought we'd give you some inspiration for a little bit more speed. All of our runs will now take place on May Field. This gives you a chance to speed up or slow down as you see fit, all while keeping most of the group together throughout the run. As always, runs will take place on Mondays and Wednesdays, with options at 7 AM Eastern or 7 PM Eastern.

Slowtwitch Indoors Rides

Ride of the Valkyries
It's Yorkshire time! Our women's only structured-training workout heads over to the latest UCI addition to Zwift. In honor of heading to the UK for this ride, you'll be pedaling along to What's This, a workout inspired by Radiohead's "Paranoid Android." Yes, I'm a dork.

Tuesday Night Dynamite
Although we recommend road bikes for all of our Slowtwitch Indoors events, you will definitely be on the clock with this week's course selection of Tick Tock. The workout of "Hold On" features a lot of late intensity -- be prepared to go deep into the well tomorrow night.

Rise and Grind
Our Thursday morning bracer heads for the hills of Richmond. We'll hold a neutral first lap together before dropping the fence for sprints and KOMs on the second lap. The B group will likely get one last sprint in before calling it a day. Look for Matt, Mark, and Shaun as your respective B/C/D ride leaders.

Hilly Vanilli
The Thursday night ride sticks in Watopia, going Out and Back Again. We like this particular course due to the good mix of terrain. As always, the Ds begin 5 minutes before the Cs, who get a 5 minute head start on the Bs. Work together as a group, and hopefully we'll all end having covered roughly the same distance.