Cycle Moles Camps are Now Enrolling!

How fast the fall sneaks up on us!

Our “live” Cycle Moles Training Camps
are now open for enrollment.

Click here to reserve one of our new Keiser M3 bikes!

All of our Cycle Moles camps are created to help you become a stronger more confident cyclist – whether indoors or outside.  Our Cycle Moles coaches are all seasoned cyclists who have had racing experience.

What is different about the Cycle Moles Training Camps than any other “spinning class”?

  • We are not cheerleaders on bikes.  We are certified coaches and personal trainers who understand cycling and want to share the secrets we’ve learned about riding a bike
  • We help you to learn good technique that will improve your comfort on the bike both indoors and out.
  • The twice per week training of Cycle Moles camps is a planned progression with built in recovery rides.  You don’t need to worry about how hard to work – we’ve already built that in for you.
  • We cover hill climbing techniques, pedaling techniques, how to get more power, building stamina and endurance – both physically and mentally
  • We’ll share lots of tidbits about nutrition, hydration, places to ride, how to prepare for weather, cycle touring & commuting, and so much more!
  • Heart rate and power threshold assessments
  • Form assessments (how you sit on the bike)
  • Plus every training session is a great workout!

We offer 2 levels of Cycle Moles Camps:

Level 1

Level 1 is the perfect camp for fitness enthusiasts and recreational cyclists.  You always are in control of how hard you work.  Our cycling coaches will help you to understand exactly what to do, how to ride your bike comfortably, and get stronger  with every training session.

  • 60 minute sessions include 50-55 minutes on the bike followed by stretching.

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Level 2

Level 2 is geared for the seasoned athlete or the cyclist that wants a longer training time on the bike to maintain and improve your level of fitness.  Our cycling coaches will challenge you to build your endurance ability to produce and maintain your power.

  • 90 minute sessions include 70-75 minutes on the bike followed by “the CORE 100” and stretching.

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