Don’t Touch My Drivetrain!

Don’t Touch My Drivetrain!

Over the last few weeks, I”™ve noticed a number of riders in my classes that were setup incorrectly on their bikes.  I found this odd only because these riders had been positioned correctly on their bikes a few weeks earlier. What happened? I talked to 3 of the...
Don’t Touch My Drivetrain!

3 Tips for Teaching Off The Bike

It can be intimidating and awkward to instruct an indoor cycling class when not on the bike.  Our bike seat can become a security blanket — a comfortable, happy place.  However, getting off the bike and mingling with our riders can enhance their experience and allow...
Don’t Touch My Drivetrain!

Bringing it All Together

It’s like trying to drink from a fire hydrant! During the weeks of September we were focused on improving our instructor and coaching skills.  Articles were posted on how we look, sound and feel as we lead our classes. We were already bubbling with info, thoughts and...
Don’t Touch My Drivetrain!

The Cockpit?

In my last article I focused on the implications of making adjustments to the drivetrain (seat height, fore-aft, tilt, etc.) to compensate for issues and limitations surrounding the upper-body and cockpit. Drivetrain … Cockpit….. are these “technical” terms in the...