Confirmed Presentations

Find below the preliminary listing of all presentations of the conference.

There are 4 categories: Keynote presentations, special presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations.

The exact time schedule will be available under the header “program” in the menu as soon as the program has been composed.
The list of Keynote speakers can be found under the header “keynotes” in the menu program.
Poster presentations can be found under the header “poster presentations” in the menu program

The list will be updated almost every day due to reviewing of papers being in full process. We expect around 60 presentations in the program.

Listing is in alphabetical order


Hunter AllenPeaks Coaching GroupBi-lateral Power Measurement: What it means and how to use it
Nicki AlmquistLillehammer University CollegeEffect of including 30-s sprints in prolonged endurance exercise on muscular adaptations and gross efficiency in highly trained cyclists
Richard AndersonUniversity of CambridgeConcussion assessment in cycling: a systematic review and call to action
Gorkem Aybars Balci
Ege UniversityEffects of high intensity continuous and intermittent training strategies used for endurance development on cardio-vascular responses
Stephen BarrettAqua Blue Sport Pro TeamDeveloping riders in a procontinental team (working title)
Jarich BraeckeveltBioracer MotionData Driven Bike Fitting
Phil BurtCANCELLEDCrank length-the golden bullet fit parameter for aero, power and sustainability/comfort?
Stephen CheungBrock UniversityAdapting to training and competing in the heat (keynote)
Chen Chia-HsiangEffect of Different Handlebar Positions on EMG and Peddle Force during Cycling (Poster)
Curtis CramblettRevolution in FitnessFixed!: The 4 steps to comprehensive rehabilitation (keynote)
Charles DauweIndependentA critical confusion (opening)
Lieselot DecroixVU BrusselsNutritional Supplements and the Brain
Martin DobiaschUniversity ViennaGuiding athletes through heartrate and power based tasks
Sylvain DorelUniversity NantesOptimizing muscle coordination and pedaling technique; What does it mean and is it really beneficial for performance? (keynote)
Steve FaulknerNottingham Trent UniversityIdentification of the threshold ambient temperature above which pre-cooling has a performance benefit for time trials in the heat.
Masahiro FukudaHamster Spin CyclingConnection between Heel Motion and Torque in crank revolution
Valentin GalletKronos AnalyticsMachine learning and physical modelling: optimizing the performance and strategy for time trials
Alejandro Gonzalez-TablasUCI World Cycling CentreInside the WCC: Models of TID and Formation (poster)
Andrea GiorgiAndroni Giocattoli Pro Cycling TeamExternal training load, performance markers and body composition of professional road cyclists with-in competitive season
Cyril GranierFederation Francaise du Cyclisme
Power and force-velocity relationships during international olympic cross-country mountain bike competitions
Daniel GreenBMC Racing TeamTraining and Racing in the World Tour (special)
Alain GroslambertUniversity Franche-ComtéWhat cycling can learn from other sports?
Darias Holgado NunezUniversity of GranadaNull effects of tDCS over the Left Prefrontal Cortex on Self-paced Exercise and EEG
Wendy HollidayUniversity of Cape TownKinematics, muscle recruitment patterns and pressure mapping in cycling biomechanics - Recent research findings and practical outcomes
Matthias HovorkaUniversity of Applied Sciences Vienna NeustadtEffects of flat and uphill cycling on the power duration relationship
Howard HurstUniversity of Central LancashireMagnitude of Translational and Rotational Head Accelerations During Downhill Mountain Biking
Alejandro JavaloyesUniversity Miguel HernandezTraining prescription guided by heart rate variability in cycling
Nils JongeriusLeeds Beckett UniversityDifferences in Strength & Power profiles between Road and Time Trial cyclists (poster)
Tomoki KitawakiKansai Medical UniversityA pedaling force vector can be represented by the sum of three elemental force vector waveforms
Erik KolsungNorwegian University of Science and TechnologyPhysiological response to cycling with variable versus constant power output
Cedric LemaitreApeira TechnologiesFirst evaluation of an automated system for cyclist’s aerodynamic drag assessment
Guillaume LemaitreParis-Saclay Center for Data ScienceEstimate Power without Measuring it: a Machine Learning Application
Peter LeoUniversity of Applied Sciences Vienna NeustadtMuscle deoxygenation kinetics in cycling time trial
Jose Ramon Lillo-BeviaUniversity of MurciaValidity and Reliability of the Powertap P1 Pedals Power Meter
Dan LorangBora Hans Grohe Cycling TeamWhat changed ? - How Team BORA-hansgrohe evaluates & monitors physiological responses to training and racing periods
Gabriel MartinsEuropean University MadridThe effect of carbohydrate mouth rinse on physical performance during a 24.5 km cycling time trial
Dominic MicklewrightUniversity of EssexHuman Perception and Cycling: Effort, Fatigue and Performance (keynote)
Geoffrey MillourUniversity of ReimsEffects of cycling shoe cleat position in performance and physiological variables during cycling and subsequent running in simulated Olympic distance triathlon
Mireille MostaertGhent UniversityAnthropometry, physical fitness, and coordination in young cyclists of different disciplines
Alfred NimmerichterUniversity of Applied Sciences Vienna NeustadtMuscle deoxygenation during moderate- and severe-intensity cycling in youth elite-cyclists
Theo OuvrardUniversity France-ComtéThe new Exposure Variation Analysis (EVA) method to compare pacing strategy and performance during professional time-trial competitions
Kevin PoultonPowerhouseThe use of Heart Rate Variability to optimise acute and chronic training loads and recovery in recreational and elite cyclists
Maxime RobinUniversity of NantesMuscle-tendon interactions during sprint cycling: effect of the force-velocity condition on the vastus leteralis and gastrocnemius medialis behaviors
Bent RonnestadLillehammer University CollegeAdding vibration to high-intensity intervals increase time at high oxygen uptake in well-trained cyclists
Adrian RotunnoTeam Dimension DataHow do you monitor health in riders in preparation and during a Grand Tour? (special)
Iris SachetUniversity of NantesRelation between maximal power in sprint cycling, pedal force orientation and strength capability of the main lower limb muscle groups in elite sprint cyclists
Victor SchollerUniversity of ReimsEffect of mountainbike spirgrips® on transmissibility of mechanical vibrations, perceived comfort, muscular activity and hand grip force
Knut SkoverengNorwegian University of TechnologyThe effect of time trial position on physiological variables in elite cycling
Andy SparksEdge Hill UniversityPre-exercise optimisation of the alkalosis response to sodium bicarbonate ingestion: have we been missing its peak ergogenic effect?
Robert StanleyCANCELLEDPredicting a Power-Duration Curve in Elite Endurance Track Cyclists
Jeroen SwartUniversity Cape TownLaboratory performance testing: Validity, reliability and practical relevance together with some interesting data from the a multiple Tour De France winner (keynote)
Sebastian WeberHigh Performance ConsultantMetabolic responses in high intensity interval training in elite cyclists – same training different stimulus?!
Stefan WolfUniversity of KonstanzModeling in Road Cycling for Optimal Pacing Strategies: Theory vs. Practice
Andrea WoolesCycling CanadaThe MacGyver Approach: Research & Innovation on a Budget
Li-Che YenNational Taiwan UniversityThe Effect of Different Cadence and Gear Ratio on Pedal force and Riding Stability (Poster)