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You consider your season a success, done the rides, the miles and are enjoying your fitness level. The early season rides that once were a struggle you now complete with ease. Then something happens totally out of your control, the lights get turned off much earlier than normal and the thermostat gets turned down outside. Don’t you just love Daylight Savings Time and the arrival of fall? Getting in that ride is now more of a challenge. If you are like many you simply put the bike away and wait for spring.

Big mistake!

That is a mistake many cyclists make. It is like hitting the reset button on your fitness. It takes a lot of work to develop your fitness and it quickly disappears when you stop riding. When you get back out on your bike those rides will be challenging again. Why go through that every year when all it takes is a little work in the offseason?

By maintaining a workout schedule, even if smaller you will retain some of the fitness you worked so hard for this season. The good news is it is easier than ever to do so. If you prefer to ride outside, the clothing technology is amazing and staying warm is easier than ever. Indoor trainers are the perfect tool for helping you maintain your fitness during the off season. Using the trainer a few times a week will position you well for those spring rides.

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Cycling Strength, Endurance, and Efficiency

We are hosting a 9 week Cycling Technique and Improvement training series from January 2, 2014 – March 4, 2014.  These sessions will help novice through advanced cyclists improve their pedal stroke efficiency, strength, and endurance.


  • Do you want to learn how to have an optimal pedal stroke?
  • Concerned or struggling to stay with the group at group rides?
  • Wanting to know the cycling techniques professional cyclists use?
  • Producing slower triathlon bike splits than you know you could produce?
  • New to clipless pedals and concerned about how to use them?
  • Looking for motivation to stay fit during the winter?
  • Not riding to your full potential?
  • Wanting to make 2014 your best season ever?

If you answered yes to these questions then, we can help you. We’ll lead, instruct you for improvement to help you optimize your pedal stroke. Our instructors will serve as a guide for you this off season and better prepare you for the upcoming 2014 season.


“I want to thank you for the great class.  My riding has improved so much that my ride friends are asking what did you do this winter?  You’re blowing our doors off!  I’ve been able to spring up hills, pass others with a burst of speed, and generally ride stronger and with more confidence.  On rides that I had problems last year, I’m leading the pack, passing others, and not getting bagged on the hills. It has made my riding very enjoyable. Thanks again.” – Gary M.