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Roadbike & Roller (Introduction) Course

Prepare for continuous training/participating in a race

Road cycling is a discipline in professional cycling. This course teaches discipline specific skills required for road cycling, that prepares you for future training and competing purposes.

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Students must complete the Improvers Course or pass the assessment as a prerequisite of enrolling the Roadbike & Roller (Introduction) Course

Highlight of the course

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Outcomes

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By the end of the lesson, student should able to:

  • Recognize the risk of riding on road
  • Be acquainted with Road Racing Techniques
  • Know how to using roller for training

Full course contents

Roadbike & Roller Course

Small-class

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Coach & riders ratio – 1:6
Course Ratios

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Bike and helmet are provided in the open courses*

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No bike or helmet? The rider will be provided with the bike and helmet during the classes (*the rental fee is included in the course fee).

Students must complete the Improvers Course or pass the assessment as a prerequisite of enrolling the Roadbike & Roller (Introduction) Course

Course Content

This course teaches discipline specific skills required for road cycling, that prepares you for future training and competing purposes.

Roadbike & Roller (Introduction) Course Content

  • Master the use of the handle bar (up and down hands)
  • Recognize the risk of riding on road
    • Vehicle blind spots and obstacles
    • Road positioning
    • Using junction
  • Climb and Descent
  • Using appropriate Gear
  • Cornering
    • Cornering individually
    • Cornering in a group
  • Attacking
    • Out-of-the-saddle acceleration
    • Seated acceleration
    • Attacking from a group
    • Countering an attack
    • Responding to an attack
    • Working over a group with a teammate
  • Group riding
    • Observation in a group
    • Sheltering in the wind
    • Efficient riding in a breakaway
    • Group Navigation
    • Through and off in a chain gang
    • Starting in a group race
    • Group etiquette and communication
  • Road Cycling specific techniques
    • using Aero bars (optional)
    • using cleat
    • dealing with mechanical failure
    • Feeding during the ride
    • Lunge for the finish line
    • Team Time Trail
    • Sprinting
    • Riding free-hand (optional)
  • Using Cycling Roller
  • Adjust appropriate saddle height

Coach / instructor can adjust the course content subject to the rider’s learning progress

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