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I don't have a set training schedule per se, but what I would recommend is riding short rides through out the week, a longer one on the weekend, and then increase your miles each week. For example, your daily rides could 3-5 miles long (whatever is comfortable for you starting out). Then ride a full 10 miles on your weekend riding day. You'll be surprised how well your body adapts to the short rides and the long ride will then be a piece of cake.
Vary your daily rides to include flat speed rides offset by training days that include hills and cadence training. Varying your daily training allows for muscle recovery as well keeping you from getting into a training rut.
About.com has a training schedule for riding a century and although you're just starting out, you can get an idea of how to set up your personal training schedule. bicycling.about.com/od/trainingandfitness/
Basically you increase the the overall distance in your daily and weekend rides. If you're consistant in your training, you'll most likely build your endurance a bit quicker than you expect. I know I did. The thought of a 40 mile ride was very intimidating to me, but after building up my ride distance to an average of 15-18 miles a day during the week, the 40 mile ride was a breeze!
Good luck!! Sorry I didn't have an actual training schedule for you, but snoop around the cycling pages at About.com, there is quite a bit of helpful info there.
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