My passion for cycling comes from an unwavering commitment to fitness. Simply put, cycling is a lifelong path to fitness. Young or old, if you can walk, you can ride. If you can ride, you can ride faster and farther.
People ride bikes for many different reasons, Some people ride bikes to stay in shape, some people ride to participate in charity fundraisers, and some people want to race. Whatever the reason motivating a rider, my job is to help them improve and achieve their personal bests.
Remember that feeling of freedom and the thrill of speed that you experienced when you first learned to ride a bike. You don't have to sacrifice that sense of joy to become proficient in cycling. I make sure to inject some fun into every situation whether it is the cub scout bike rodeo or a national championship.
Participation in youth cycling offers so much more than race results and medals. The junior cyclists experience a sense of comraderie while learning to work as a team. Both individual results and team results are achieved through hard work, committment, healthy competition, and most importantly, a strong desire to have fun. These values have benefitted the racers that I have coached both on and off the bike. Some graduates of the youth cycling league are professional racers while others are successful chemists, national scholars, law students, musicians and businessmen.
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