Many cyclists who join Cadence achieve a performance level beyond their expectation. More importantly, they achieve this without a sacrifice of their commitments and lifestyle with friends, family and work. Don’t take our word for it, refresh the testimonials. A scientific approach to training plus a power meter are two key elements to squeeze maximum performance from minimum hours, regardless of whether you are training for 94.7 or Cape Epic.
I am very pleased to be doing this training now and in two sessions I can see that it is going to be very worthwhile!! Even had to get my wife into the programme after only having done my test.
I’m doing less hours than I ever have before. I think the improvement is due to intensity. I’ve never trained with any type of intesity before and it’s obviously working. Joanne has been an absolute star in kicking my butt. I’m a huge fan of hers, and of Cadence in general.
I have not felt this good on a bike for 10 years and it’s only the beginning. I know I can do even better next year. Looking forward to the next few months.
I raced in the Emperors Palace Classic on the weekend and finished it in 2 hours 40 minutes for the 103km. I am very happy with the results thanks to Cadence training, it is worth every moment!!! There is still lots of room for improvement.. can’t wait.
A huge thanx to my coach Mark Carroll from Cadence Cycling in Hillcrest, without his guidance, coaching, advice and encouragement, I would never have managed this year… I urge anyone who rides to go check him out.
Just to let you know the Berg and Bush went very well. Even got the “I shot Spionkop” sticker! Not bad for Ballies, hey? So, thanks very much for your input (Anne, Cadence Durban North)