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Today’s Plan Announce Winning Partnership With Trek Factory Racing

The Australian tech startup company ‘Today’s Plan’ will be working in conjunction with the UCI licensed team Trek Factory Racing in 2016 to provide the teams training and analytic platform for 2016.

This is big news for the Canberra based company and is said it could be the edge they needed to push their products forward. Today’s Plan is already used and supported by the continental Avanti Racing Team. 

Today’s Plan offers services that aid coaches with a platform to view a number of athletes and has created programs from years of cycling training knowledge and software development by its founders and expert sport scientist, tailored for every rider.

Riders at a club level can access programs that professional cycling teams use, and is accessible from nearly every gadget cyclist’s use today.

Luca Guercilena, General Manager of Trek Factory Racing said that performance is the basis for a winning team, and detailed data analysis can make all the difference.

“I think the partnership with Today’s Plan will move the team up to the next step; this new system will help our coaches better assist our riders and they will feel its benefit immediately. With Today’s Plan on board and I’m sure Trek Factory Racing will have a fantastic 2016.” Guercilena said.

More details about Today’s Plan can be found on their website.

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