Cyclissimo are delighted to announce our partnership with performance coaching, events and corporate project company - Cyclism
A natural symbiotic association designed to allow cyclists of all levels to realise their cycling aspirations.
Cyclism; founded by former World Hour Record Holder and current National TT Champion Alex Dowsett, is an exciting new cycling company offering a wealth of services across all cycling disciplines utilising the expertise of some of the most experienced professionals in the industry. In association with their existing partners, road cycling and triathlon retailer Sigma Sport and indoor bike leader Wattbike, they offer a wide range of services to athletes of all levels from the novice through to the professional. With the aim of encouraging people to get involved in this fantastic sport.
The Cyclism coaching team which boasts years of experience includes: consultant coach Mark Walker, who guided Alex to success in his Hour Record attempt and oversees his daily training programme; Eleanor Jones former professional cyclist and sports scientist; Sports Director James Millard brings his experience to the group in the role of director of Performance & Strategy. This core group is supported by a team of coaches with experience across a range of cycling disciplines. Giro d'Italia stage winner and Cyclism founder Team Movistar professional Alex Dowsett brings a wealth of World Tour experience to the company with his impressive palmares, including Commonwealth Games Gold and multi-national championship titles.
This team of experts naturally blends with the Cyclissimo team of leading specialists in the area of sports science, performance conditioning, massage and motivation.
Together the two companies aim to provide a perfect support package, allied to a programme of: coaching; guided rides; seminars and training camps for cycling enthusiasts of all abilities in both the UK and at the Cyclissimo base in Tuscany Italy.
Cyclissimo clients receive a 10% discount on Cyclism coaching, testing & services
For more information please visit: www.cyclism.com