A member of the Source Endurance coaching network, Matthew Hill has worked with cyclists across all skill levels and disciplines over his 15+ year coaching career. World Champions, National Champions, District Champions, and Weekday commuters have all availed themselves of his coaching and bike fit expertise. Check out the Cyclocross Workout Of The Day at CrossSports.net, and drop us a line!
As a coach and trainer, Matthew’s client list includes multiple National Champions, a World Champion, and many successful local racers, fondo and recreational riders, and entry-level enthusiasts. At the 2015 Cyclocross National Championships, ¾ of his clients placed in the top ten of their respective events, with two reaching the podium, including 3rd place in the Elite Men’s category for long-time client Zach McDonald.
Head coach for the Marymoor Velodrome Cyclocross practice sessions, Matthew has taught cyclocross fundamentals to thousands of cyclists over his more than a decade at the helm.
As a bicycle fit specialist, Matthew has worked for many national, regional, and even World champions, and hundreds of cyclists at the recreational and sport-performance end of the spectrum. He is a Trek certified bike fitter, and a F.I.S.T. certified specialist in triathlon bicycle fitting. A many-time district champion in the Time Trial, he is uniquely well positioned to understand the needs of the timed specialist disciplines. At a recent Washington State District TT championship, over one-half of the winning riders had consulted Matthew for fit and positioning advice and services.
Matthew Hill is a Category 1 bike racer in the Road, Cyclocross, and Mountain Bike disciplines. He counts among his accomplishments 2 national championships, many district championships, and over 100 victories in races across disciplines.
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