Coaching day 10 Nov for Stafford RC

As part of Stafford RC events programme for its members we have arranged a coaching day which be led by Peter Read who is one of Britain’s top cycling coaches and senior coach with the Association of British Cycle Coaches (The ABCC) which is the governing body of cycle coaches in the UK.  Peter has been a professional coach for over 25 years and has and still is coaching some of the fastest male and female riders in the country.  He is the author to a number of training manuals one of the best known being “The Black Book”

This coaching day will be suitable for any rider who would like to better their performance whether this be on a sportive, time trial, road race or club ride.   During the day we will all get to hear first hand some of latest training methods Peter is using as well as his tried and tested methods and have the opportunity to discuss with him how this training might best suit our own needs and abilities.

The coaching day will commence with a 2hr talk/discussion where Peter will run through the latest training tools he uses and talk about training plans, recovery, nutrition and equipment.

Then in the afternoon there will be the opportunity to try out the training first hand.  Peter will lead a turbo class were you will get to try out many of the training methods discussed in the morning and you will have the opportunity to ask about bike position.

The training day will take place at the Forestry Commissions classrooms, Birches Valley Cannock Chase WS15 2UQ (used for our summer BBQ)

10:00 drinks and refreshments
10:30 to 12:30 talk / discussion
12:30 to 13:30 lunch (not provided)
13:30 to 15:30 turbo session

Cost £10 per person

Places are limited (20) due to the size of the venue so please contact me to book a place.  These will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

You will need a bike, turbo (rollers),towel, drinks for the afternoon session and of course lunch

To book a place please contact Alastair at

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