Disciplines

Specialist coaching plans and advise can recieved in the following disciplines:

Road and time trial
Road cycling can be enjoyed in a number of ways by cyclists of all abilities. Whether you fancy trying you hand at racing, want to test your endurance over a sportive, hope to raise some money on a charity ride or simply want to enjoy a peddle with your family, the possibilities are endless. More and more of us are taking to the roads on our bikes and enjoying the great benefits cycling can bring; a healthier lifestyle, increased fitness levels, reducing emissions, and even saving a few pennies.

Track
Track cycling is all about speed, stamina, technique, tactics and nerve. HC Coach can support newcomers to track cycling, give riders guidance of how to progress from the induction through an accreditation system. Track cycling has brought more glory to Britain than any other event in recent Olympic history. Sir Chris Hoy, Dame Sarah Storey, Laura Trott and Jason Kenny are just some of the athletes that have helped to create an aura of invincibility around the British team in recent years.

Cyclocross
Skinny tyres, mud, short, sharp off-road races, with hurdles, obstacles and intense action. That’s cyclo-cross, a form of off-road racing that predates mountain biking by decades. Cyclo-cross is also one of the most accessible forms of cycle sport with racing for everyone from young kids to grandparents. Throughout the autumn and winter, it’s probably taking place in a park near you.

Mountain biking
Escape from the real world and experience hills, trails and nature on two wheels with mountain biking. Whether it is the endurance and technical skill of cross-country, the speed and raw nerve of downhill, the explosive, elbow-to-elbow spectacle of four cross, or even a family trail ride; mountain biking offers something for everyone. There are thousands of miles of accessible off-road routes across the country with opportunities to experience a great day outdoors at one of Great Britain’s world-class trail centres.