Sports/fitness cyclists
Are you targeting a tough challenge ride, a cyclo-sportive or a long Audax? Not sure how to optimise your preparation? Read more

Racing cyclists
Finding the right formula, the best mix of training volume and training intensity, is a task that all competitive cyclists face. Read more

Competitive tri-athletes need to be good cyclists and this is often the discipline where there is most opportunity for improvement. Read more

Are you a beginner? Do you enjoy doing some riding and you want to get more out of your cycling? Or perhaps you want to use cycling to lose some weight and generally improve your fitness and health? Read more

Association of British Cycling Coaches

Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Cycling (Road and Time Trial)

British Cycling Coach-Education Tutor



triathlonThe bike leg of a triathlon is often the one which has the longest duration, so for many tri-athletes focusing on optimising the bike leg will yield the greatest overall improvement. This is why a specialist cycling coach can help many tri-athletes to make big gains.

Firstly, riding position on a bike is critical to performance and often many minutes can be saved by improving a rider’s position. Simply clipping on aero-bars is fine for beginners but there is a great deal more to an efficient cycling position than that.

Training should be very specific, too. Just going out for rides is not necessarily optimal training. No tri-athlete has time to waste on inefficient training, so every session on the bike must be planned for optimum duration and intensity, and fitted carefully into the overall training schedule. An experienced cycling coach can advise and guide you and make a real difference to your cycling-leg performance.


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