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Today's Plan looks to US for growth with event-specific training plans

Published January 21, 2016

CANBERRA, Australia (BRAIN) — Australia-based Today's Plan is expanding into the U.S. and Canada with its customized training plans and analytics that it offers for specific bike events. The company already has plans for the Leadville 100, Sea Otter Classic, Tour De Palm Springs, all Rocky Trail Entertainment events, and the Bailey Hundo, for example.

"Our vision for Today's Plan has always been to offer intelligent training systems for riders of all levels to produce highly specific and custom-tailored training plans," said Ben Bowley, managing director of Today's Plan. "We not only produce custom training plans, but we can structure them around specific events, and I think any event organizer recognizes that having cyclists show up who are well trained produces a better event for all. We're looking forward to building a strong database of North American events over the next few months.

The target event information, combined with specific input from the rider about their experience, availability for training, goals and equipment allows the clever Today's Plan algorithm to design a customized training plan for every rider's personal goals. Accessed via the web and mobile apps, Today's Plan software integrates with power meters, heart rate monitors and indoor trainers from brands such as Garmin, Wahoo Fitness, CycleOps, SRM and others.

Any event promoter wishing to have their event listed in Today's Plan's database should contact info@todaysplan.com.au.

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