Want to see what all the excitement is about for BCSM Indoor Cycling? Ride indoors on your bike, using our cutting edge power meters and our certified coaches to help make you the best cyclist you can be. Expert personalized workouts that will challenge you and build from week to week with all the motivational and social benefits of group training! Our internationally recognized coaches will analyze your pedal stroke and work with you to make you as strong and as efficient as you can be.
Though it is not unusual to see a Pro Cyclist or Pro Triathlete riding with us, riders are of all abilities and ages. Last year, BCSM Indoor Cycling covered the spectrum from brand new riders to World Champions, with an age span of 12-73 years. Chances are you will fall somewhere in between.
Click here to Register for our Indoor Cycling Classes
- Tuesday 7:00-8:15am
- Thursday 7:00-8:15 am
- Thursday 10:00-11:30am
- Monday 12:00-1:30pm
- Tuesday 12:00-1:30pm
- Thursday 12:00-1:30pm
- Friday 12:30-2:00pm
Even more new classes have been added for 2011!
Want to try it out for free?
We are offering free training rides for first time participants. Contact Coach Lester Pardoe, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions are Prorated
Signing up late? Don't worry. You only get charged for sessions you are registered for.
This year we once again have an online forum where you can switch sessions with other BCSM Indoor Cycling Participants. Also look for general BCSM Info, Training Tips and Buy-n-Sell on the forum. Join the forum by clicking here.
Would you like Indoor Cycling E-mail Updates?
We send out e-mail updates for our Indoor Cycling sessions, including last minute weekend and bad weather sessions. Please contact email@example.com if you would like to receive these e-mails.
Connie Carpenter is the 1984 Olympic Road Race Champion. Connie has led instructional Bike Camps and Bike Tours for over 20 years. She is passionate about power training as a tool to improve performance on the bike, maintain off-season fitness, and she likes to keep it upbeat and fun.
Tami Dick is a physical therapist and one fo our most experienced bike fitters. Tami has worked with Andy Pruitt at the Center since our doors opened in 1998. She has raced road, mountain, and triathlon, and is also a certified strength and conditioning coach. Tami is noted for her musical taste rock-out during her cycling training sessions.
Neal Henderson is a former professional triathlete, a master's 35+ road racer and expert mountain bike racer, and the Manager of Sport Science for the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine. He holds a master's of science degree in Kinesiology and Applied Physiology and is a coach to several elite and professional cyclists and triathletes. The USAT Elite Winter Triathlon Team Coach for th ITU World Championships since 2006, Neal is a level 3 certified coach in Cycling and Triathlon and is a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the NSCA.
Craig Howie is the owner and Head Coach of the Howie Endurance Project, a science-based coaching program for endurance athletes. Craig has qualified for the World Ironman Championships in Kona four times, most recently in 2008. During the 2007 season Craig placed 3rd overall in Ironman Lake Placid. Good in all three events, Craig often posts one of the fastest bike split times of the day during races.
Lester Pardoe is a Coaching Specialist at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine and is a three-time Olympic Qualifier in speed skating. He occasionally comes out of retirement to race mountain bikes at the expert level. A former World Championship and Olympic coach for speed skating, Lester is a certified coach in cycling, speed skating, triathlon, and ice hockey. After completing his degree in Physical Education, Lester attended Canada's National Coaching Institute. Lester also aspires to be a lecturer for the Hair Club of America.
Rob Pickels is an exercise physiologist and cycling coach for BCSM with a Masters degree from Montana State University. That's about all we have. Oh, he has a phobia of mushrooms and califlower (not dislike, but phobia). We can also include Lobster in that ("I don't eat bugs".)
Adam St. Pierre is a graduate of the University of New Hampshire with a master of science degree in Exercise Science. Adam is a former Division I cross sountry skier, is a coach with the Boulder Nordic Elite Junior cross country ski programand also enjoys running marathons. Adam is an exercise physiologist with the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine.
Important EKG Information
Please note: Men over 45 and women over 55 must have an EKG done prior to the first training/racing, or have their doctor sign a form giving you medical clearance. This medical form and all related information will be e-mailed to you after you register for a class. If you know you are going to need to have an EKG done, please contact the sport science scheduler at 303-441-2285.
If you have any questions about our Indoor Cycling programs you may contact Lester Pardoe at the Boulder Center for Sports Medicine. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boulder Center for Sports Medicine has added an exciting new class to its fitness schedule called FORCE OF GRAVITY. We are using a gravity-based training system (Gravity Training System or GTS) to provide our athletes with a fun and efficient way to incorporate strength training into their routines. FORCE OF GRAVITY will meet every Tuesday and Thursday from 8:30-9:30 am, directly after the morning indoor cycling class. The cost is $18 per class or you can purchase a block of 5 or 10 classes for $75 or $150 respectively, which is only $15 per class. You must call ahead to get into a class. (303)544-5700. There may be additinal class times available. Please call.
All of the FORCE OF GRAVITY classes are coached by Adam St. Pierre.