12 Week Training Program with Cadence Performance Cycling
If you are considering racing the upperlimb.com Cunningham Classic for the first time, looking to improve on your previous results, or you're a skilled and experienced rider looking for an advantage; our 12 Week Training Program with Cadence Performance Cycling is perfect for you.
Our 12 Week Training Program commences on Saturday the 9th of May 2015 (12 weeks before race day), costs just $150 and includes:
- 12 weeks of professional coaching on a race focused group program targeting the upperlimb.com Cunningham Classic
- A day-to-day schedule of training activities delivered weekly in advance including an outdoor benchmark threshold test
- Access to Training Peaks (online coaching and training software) to record your rides and review progress with your coach
- Access to a participant-only forum moderated by Cadence Performance Cycling to share ideas, ask questions and organise group rides
- An interactive racing and training sports nutrition seminar with leading Sports Nutritionist Peter Herzig
- The option to join a fully supported reconnaissance ride of the full course on June 21st with your coach (at cost)
- The option to undertake comprehensive one-on-one indoor testing with Cadence Performance Cycling to establish a detailed performance baseline (at cost)
- Guaranteed entry to limited fields at the upperlimb.com Cunningham Classic (race entry fee applies)
As a participant of the 12 Week Training Program, you will also be eligible for the following offers and discounts:
- Access to ongoing personal coaching with Cadence Cycling with no initial start up fee (save $129)
- Access to discounted bike fitting and set-up through BikeFit Studio (save $50)
- Access to discounted sales and servicing packages through Presenting Partner VELO Bicycles
Meet the Coach
Nick Formosa is the director of Cadence Performance Cycling. He is a Level 2 Cycling coach with a background in fitness and lifestyle coaching after having completed a Diploma of Exercise Science. He has 25 years of experience within the sport as both an athlete and a coach. He was selected to represent Malta in the 2006 Commonwealth Games which shows the high level of commitment, dedication and skill.
Nick is currently contracted to the Queensland Academy of Sport as an Assistant Cycling Coach. He was awarded the 2009 Coach of the Year by the Cycling Queensland Association after being recognised for successfully training athletes to State, National and World Championship level. His greatest satisfaction comes from athletes reaching their absolute potential. He aims high but also has that distinctive quality that empowers others to find and maximise their own potential.
His greatest inspiration comes from his parents Manny and Mary Formosa who moved to Australia from Malta with no money, for a better life for their children. Nick loves what he does and his enthusiasm and dedication is contagious.