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What are you training for?

What are you training for? Whether it’s for Le Race, Graperide, The Five Passes, Round Taupo or maybe even a cycling holiday?
Our CP Coaching Team love riding bikes and are passionate about helping you become the best you can be.

Our CP Coaching Team love riding bikes and are passionate about helping you become the best you can be.  To find out more about our awesome team of CP Coaches click here.

So if you have a goal and are not quite sure how you will achieve it give us a call

The Start Up Process – the first step
This is all about getting to know you and coming up with a game plan of how we will achieve your goal.  The first step is to determine your easy wins – how will you improve the most with the least possible time and effort.  The key outcome of this meeting with your coach is a one page road map that will help to guide our build up over the coming months.  Click here to get started

Communication is key
We need to know how you are going.  If you are standing at the top of a hill after an epic climb or if the wheels have fallen off and you are battling then we need to know about that too.  By keeping in close contact we can celebrate with you or help come up with a solution to get your restarted.

Keeping track of your progress
Using a number of tools such as Training Peaks, Strava, sports science testing and regular goal setting with your CP coach we will ensure that you continue to take small steps to achieving your big hairy goal.

Being part of the team
An endurance event or training for one can be a very individual undertaking.  By joining Team CP you can be a part of something bigger than yourself.  Meet others with the same goal as you or have someone jump out of the bushes and cheer you on.

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