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How Can I Defeat Winter Despair?

I took up cycling three years ago and have gotten progressively addicted. Last year I rode almost 15,000 miles, including many centuries. I could do it because I lived in Arizona.  But I moved to Wisconsin in September and can't ride outside due to the cold and snow. I'm getting depressed and morose. This may seem like a silly reaction, but I'm serious. I mope around. I've lost my appetite and given up a social life because all my friends were cyclists and now I don't see them.  Don't tell me to train indoors or cross-country ski. I want to ride! 

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How Should I Train When There's No Off-Season?

I moved to Florida recently and enjoy the cycling here. I have ambitious ultra-distance goals for next season. I plan to do a brevet series starting in January and want to peak for a long event in July.  Your eBooks have been very helpful, but I can't figure out how to train in the "off season" down here. Traditional advice just doesn't seem to apply when some of the best riding is in winter. What's the right approach?

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