Lost? Not sure if you're making the most out of your riding? I can help. Contact me and, let's see if we're a good fit. You might end up getting some free training advice. Training plans range from $150 for a general plan to $350/month for personal coaching with daily power analysis. If you have a unique schedule, I can accommodate.
Certified Level 3 USAC coach
Personal cycling coach (2009 - present)
B.S. mechanical engineering from University of Florida, 2011
Dick Lane Velodrome Youth Cycling League coach (2014 - present)
Team Mission Source Juniors Coach (2015 - present)
I began my athletic career as a swimmer and switched over to full-time cycling in college. After signing to my first pro team in 2009, I began coaching some fellow collegiate athletes.
I raced professionally until October 2013 when I was diagnosed with a brain tumor which, after surgery, left my right side slightly weaker than my left. I was a US Road Nat'l Team member (2006-2013), a US Track Nat'l Team member (2012-2013), an elite points race national champion (2012), and U23 time trial champion (2009). I have experience training athletes for American-style criterium, road, and stage racing, and some experience working with cyclocross racers.
Since my diagnosis and retirement from the sport, I've been growing my coaching business using TrainingPeaks, WKO4, and advice from the top coaches in the country who have been kind enough to share their knowledge through USAC webinars.
After three+ years off the bike, I have a new appreciation for what it's like to start from square...let's say 1.5 since I still have "experience". You can find me riding by myself out at Stone Mountain or at the Dick Lane Velodrome coaching juniors. Or you can just email me. My husband, Dan Holt, and I live in Kirkwood, Atlanta.
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Professional
1-on-1 Coaching, Consultations, Group Coaching, Local Coaching, Remote Coaching, Strength Training, Nutrition, Mental Skills, Training Camps, Bike Fit
Road Cycling, Cyclocross
only athletes with power meters (exceptions for non-racers)