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Marijn de Vries - Cycling Coach

  Coaching: Cycling Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue: Weekend beginning October 11th 2013
  Blog: Follow Marijn's web
  Twitter: Follow Marijn on Twitter


Marijn de Vries is a Dutch professional cyclist and journalist .

De Vries started cycling at student cycling club GazGas of Windesheim Universit. When she turned 30, she began to ride her bike as a professional cyclist.  

On September 5, 2010 she won her first competition, namely the criterion of Hilversum.

From 2010 to 2012 De Vries has ridden for the Leontien.nl team of Leontien van Moorsel .

From 2013 she has worked the Belgian team Lotto Belisol .

Until December 2010, Marijn was the editor of the sports Holland Sport until December 2010. She continues to write columns and articles for Wielerrevue and HP / De Tijd .

Since August 2013, De Vries a column in the newspaper Trouw , as successor Mart Smeets


Marijn wants to inspire people to live their dream, because by doing so, as she experienced, you can achieve so much more than you ever expected. Marijn writes columns about her life as a professional cyclist in Dutch and English and, together with Nynke de Jong, she wrote the book Vrouw&Fiets, Handboek voor de fietsende vrouw


Neil Martin - Cycling Coach

  Coaching: Cycling Coach
  Level/rating: Beginner/Advanced
  Venue: Dates to be announced
  Twitter:  Follow Neil on Twitter


Neil is the Father of Dan Martin and uncle of Nicolas Roche and brother-in-law of Stephen Roche.

He rode with the Percy Bilton team1985 & 1986 which then became Percy Bilton - Holdsworth team in the 1987. He then rode for Emmelle - MBK in 1988.

He won the Fleche du Sud, Luxemburg in 1982, National Championship, Road Amateurs, GB in 1984, and won a series of stages, namely stage 5 of the Milk race in 1986, stag 3 of the Tour of Wales in 1988.


Neil is a coach for the Irish national team and offers a unique insight into training and the cycling world generally having raced, ridden and coached with involvement in the cycling industry at all levels for many years


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Submitted By Nicole
September 22nd, 2019
I’ve just gone for a swim after another 1-2-1 swim coaching session from Karl and I’m delighted to report that I feel like a completely different swimmer! My swim felt effortless and smooth; the opposite from how it used to feel before I received Karl’s coaching. Karl clearly explained to me the areas in which I needed to improve and gave me exercises and drills to work on. By putting into practice what Karl told me I am seeing a huge difference in my swimming. I recommend Karl to anyone looking to improve their swimming, particularly for triathlons. Will be booking another session to have in a few weeks time.

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Submitted By Pam
September 8th, 2019
I have been on many training camps run by Steve Lloyd and have loved each any every one. All have provided a great environment for training hard and having fun. Swimming, running, conditioning and stretching routines are all really good, but it is the biking which is just the best and I am always amazed how quickly my bike fitness and handling improves over a week. Equally importantly, I have a great holiday with good company. I don’t need to look anywhere else for a training camp.

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Submitted By Ben
September 8th, 2019
I had a great time living full-time triathlete life for a week! The camp was very technique focussed, varied, and adapted to different levels. The hotel is in a great location, with safe storage for bikes and plenty of good food. Definitely a must for any triathlete looking to build technique and fitness before the season!

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Submitted By Steve
September 8th, 2019
A great training camp, for me, is a blend of environment, coaching and company. This one works for me, and I am re-booking. There are choices out there, many also good, but when you get that mix just right, well, it works, so you go back. Big year next year and this will help greatly.

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Submitted By Vicky
September 8th, 2019
These training camps have enhanced my love for triathlon and provided me with amazing skills, training, friendships and experiences which I can walk away from the camps knowing I’ve had an amazing time and looking to when I can go again. Excellent coaching which aims to emphasise having fun while completing the training is perfect for these training camps. Some of my best memories from the sport are from these camps, I cannot recommend them enough.
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