Riding every day and still not seeing the results you want?

You might be riding too much. You might be riding too little. You might not be doing the necessary workouts. Your off-bike training could be at fault. A lot can go wrong that can halt your progress.

Following a training plan can be challenging. If you’re struggling, you probably need a coach to guide you.

With my coaching, you get personal attention to make sure your training is working for you and that you’ll reach your goals.

We’ll work together to figure out what your goals are, then we’ll map out a plan to get to them. We’ll find your limiters and turn them into strengths. Don’t worry if it sounds complex – I’ll guide you on your journey.

You’ll get customized workout plans each week, plus tips and support from me. Everything will be geared toward your goals and made to fit into your schedule and lifestyle.

What’s included? That depends on your personal needs, but here’s an idea:

  • Testing and setting benchmarks
  • Power-based workouts
  • Log file analysis
  • And more…

Race tactics, riding skills, nutrition guidance before and after rides, bike and gear advice, etc. All included.

This isn’t just a training plan coupled with some tips. My colleagues and I help you every step of the way. We aim to change your life one step at a time. In other words… we don’t just tell you what to do, we guide you to make sure you actually do what what it takes to achieve success!

Best of all, you get an objective eye. Here’s a secret of top cycling coaches. We have coaches, too! That’s right. It’s so important to have an objective eye guiding your training that highly-qualified cycling coaches hire other coaches to coach them!

Ready to get started?

Coaching is my most expensive service, but it still costs less than a month with the personal trainers at the gym! (I think the results are better, too.)

E-mail and Skype support is included.

Prices: Starting at $400/month.


Not accepting new athletes at this time. Please consider a semi-custom training plan instead.