Power-based training (see also the Resources section of trainwithpower.net)
CyclingPeaks Performance Manager – A New Tool for Training Analysis, by Charles Howe ( 501 KB)
Energy intake and output during century rides, by Charles Howe ( 127 KB)
Estes Park Stage Race: an analysis of Will Frischkorn's performance, by Frank Overton
A graphical presentation of Power Profiling™, by Charles Howe (Excel spreadsheet, 173 KB)
The Philly File: Power Data From the 2003 US Pro Road Race Championship, by Adam Myerson
A power-based impulse-response performance model, by Frank Overton
Power-based training levels, by Andrew Coggan, Ph.D. ( PDF version, 75 KB)
"Strength endurance" training: a physiologists's point of view, by Andrew Coggan, Ph.D.
Threshold power: what is it, why is it important, and how do I measure it?, by Andrew Coggan, Ph.D.
To the "T": very specific training is good . . . sometimes ( Part 1, 1.3 MB; Part 2, 3.6 MB), by John Verheul
What are Normalized power, Intensity Factor, and Training Stress Score?, by Andrew Coggan, Ph.D.
(Ric Stern has posted a terrific spreadsheet in Excel which makes makes it a snap to calculate NP, IF, and TSS).
What is a 'match'?, by Hunter Allen
10 simple things to remember when racing as a team, by B. J. Basham ( PDF version, 23 KB)
An overview of road racing rules ( 129 KB) and USCF rule changes for 2007 ( 73 KB)
Aerodynamic field testing with a powermeter, by Andrew Coggan, Ph.D.
(Alex Simmons' Excel spreadsheet performs the calculations involved with this method, and see this discussion at fixedgearfever.com)
Getting comfortable: how to make your bike fit and feel better, by Giana Roberge ( 312 KB)
Light maketh right? An assessment of the benefit of weight savings, by Charles Howe ( 89 KB)
Self-massage, by Charles Howe ( 108 KB)
Stretching exercises for cycling, by Charles Howe ( 2.75 MB)