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Andy Cook - Cycling Coach

ANDY COOK   Coaching: Cycling Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue:

3th-16th Jan 2014, Club La Santa

1st-15th March 2014, Puerto Pollensa

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Summary

Andy Cook is a lifelong cyclist having represented Great Britain in the past. A well respected coach, he has organized and coordinated training camps for over 15 years. Andy has a very broad range of cycling experience which he is happy to share with all bike week participants in order that they improve their own training and technique, along with their overall enjoyment of riding the bike. Andy is currently president of the UCI “Cycling for All” commission.

Coaching

Andy offers a personal service to help cyclists of all ages and abilities improve their performance. This is a client specific service covering performance, technique, bike setup, clothing and nutrition.

For experienced riders, Andy provides detailed training schedules with an on-line training environment. For beginners, he provides friendly informal advice.

Perhaps you have been motivated to attempt a challenging ride in aid of your favourite charity. Or you are a triathlete seeking to make significant improvements on the bike leg. Maybe you are a competitive cyclist who could benefit from skills coaching such as group riding, cornering, braking, climbing etc.

Andy has held senior positions at both British Cycling and the Cyclists Touring Club (CTC)

 

Dave Lloyd - Cycling Coach

  Coaching: Cycling Coach
  Level/rating: Intermediate/Advanced
  Venue: Dave Lloyd Structured training weeks with Polka Dot Cycling
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Dave rode track, TT and road events. He won the Amateur Tour of Switzerland in 1972 and in the same year was selected to ride 4 events at the Munich Olympic Games. A year later he won the 5,000 metre national pursuit title and set the national 50 mile road record.

A heart problem brought early retirement in 1976 but after 3 years Dave was cleared to race again and in the next 4 years won over 120 races.

Dave is a qualified ABCC coach and in 2012 became 1 of only 8 people to be awarded an Honoured Senior ABCC coach for his services to the Sport.

He is a qualified Velodrome coach, taking individual and club sessions. Dave is also a qualified Derny Pacer.

Dave took Wendy Houvenhagel from a track novice to the become National 3,000 metre Pursuit Champion & World Cup Champion in less than 12 months. Later Wendy became Olympic and World team pursuit champion.

Outside of coaching Dave has been Team Manager of Continental Professional Teams and has worked for BC’s Talent Team in the WCPP scheme.

Dave has also worked as a bike frame builder for 13 years so brings extensive bike knowledge.

Apart from running training camps, Dave owns Dave Lloyd Complete Coaching which offers one-2-one personal coaching service. There is one level available to all.

Initial Consultation and Physiological Testing  £295

One to One Coaching £150 per month

Subsequent RAMP tests/Appraisals £60

Supervised Bike Rides with Dave £40 an hour


 

 

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December 6th, 2019
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Excellent camp and first class coaching. Karen is extremely knowledge and delivers her messages with clarity. I’ve been truly motivated and seen an improvement in my performances

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