Day Rides

Ever wanted someone to come on a ride with you and give you advice on how to ride your bike, whether your goal be for general cycling, road racing time trialing, mountian biking or triathlon?

Would you like to ask cycling a qualified cycling coach cycling related questions on a ride? Well these day rides are just for you.

Why not sign up for a day ride with Dan for one to four hours and he will help you understand how to ride more efficently on the bike whilst on the ride. You can even sit down with him over a pub lunch or dinner and chat about anything cycling as well, just select the lunch/dinner option below at the Sportsman Pub, Goddards Green or the Woolpack Pub, Burgess Hill.

Triathlete Claire writes below about how Dans 4 hour day rides have helped her.

"Thank you Dan, for getting me to the finish line of the Switzerland Half Ironman. It was the third half ironman that I have done and I wanted to see some changes in my performance. I needed to go back to the start to improve my training and bike skills and focus on the techniques that I would need in replication of the course that I would be doing in Switzerland. Loving those hills!

We started by cycling in the pouring rain and I remember dreading it, I usually 'turbo' when it rains. I learnt a lot about dealing with the weather, what impact it has on me and and other users of the road. Over a course of sessions we worked on cornering, speed, maintaining speed, visual awareness, using correct gears, overtaking, eating, drinking, balancing, pacing distances, long distances, going up hills, and descending, using the tri bars,signalling to other cyclists/group and signalling to other motorists. All of this I could do with a huge degree of instability and lack of balance.

Now I can do them with speed and am a much better cyclist. You have helped my belief become reality in evident show of safety, speed and confidence. My next challenge is the 3/4 Ironman in two weeks, then I shall be calling on your help again for a Full Ironman next year."

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