This series of structured workouts will include: warm up; drills to improve technique, posture and coordination; and main sets that target
strength, power, or specific physiological systems to maintain or even improve bike fitness over the winter months. All levels of cyclists are welcome, sessions increase in difficulty throughout the season and individual modifications can be provided to decrease the intensity where
Road bike, indoor trainer, towel, water bottle, bike shoes.
Athletes under the age of 18, please visit Youth Program & Tri Monster information.
A social road ride for new cyclists, and those looking for a safe and supportive group environment. More experienced cyclists are invited to come and enjoy a recovery ride, meet new ride friends, and support those just starting out.
Rides are approx. 45-60 min in April/May, and 60-75 min in May/June. Average pace is 20-22 kph.
Road bike (curly bars and smooth tires) & helmet required. Tri bikes ok but stay off the aerobars in the group please. Rear light, gloves, glasses, road shoes & pedals encouraged but not mandatory. This is a social paced ride for beginning cyclists.
For beginning and intermediate swimmers, these clinics will introduce and refine open water swimming skills and strategies. Before your next triathlon or open water swim event, practice sighting, drafting, turning buoys, starts and exits.
Swimmers should be able to complete 500m continuous swimming in the pool in under 15 min prior to joining in this open water group.