Winter Turbo training

We’re delighted to announce that we’re restarting our series (8 weeks) of Turbo Training evenings and general training advice. These sessions will again be run by Chris Davis(British Cycling Level 2 Coach) and we’re grateful to our club committee for arranging and promoting this club activity.

In attendance last year Elite cyclists Toby Eichler and Tavis walker and now masters World champion Emma Sainsbury-Munn
N.B These are open to non club members

The SBL Community Sports Centre
The Sir Bernard Lovell School, North Street, Oldland Common, BS30 8TS

Starts on 18th october and runs consecutively every Thursday evening from this start date through to 6th December

All the sessions will be based on some form of intensity work as riders can do endurance at other times. This needs to be made very clear so that everyone knows what to expect. Of course, intensity is relevant to each individual and riders can choose how hard to ride!

Riders need to get to the venue in time to set up and be ready to roll all at the same time. Latecomers will miss the warm-up which will be an integral part of the session.

What to bring

Turbo (rollers won’t really do the job for the sessions planned)*
Towel(s), Drink, Heart Rate Monitor (not necessary if using power meter values)

Chris Davis is a British Cycling level 2 coach currently working with both individuals and the Cunga Pro Cycling Womens Track Team. Holds regular coaching sessions at the Wales National Velodrome. Chris is also a British Weighifting Association coach and runs a Sports Injury Therapy practice. Chris is also an active competitive cyclist and has had (age-related) wins on the road and track this year including National and European titles.

£30.00 for complete 8 week course (just £3.75 per session!)
If you’re interested in attending please email or let us know on facebook so we can get an estimate of numbers with payment in one sum, cheques payableto ‘Velo Club Bristol’ or paypal gift to

Facebook event page is here 



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