TaGYouth has both high performance in TaGRace and also our grassroots programs. If your youth has a racing back ground already and is at a Train to Compete/Compete to Win Phase , please ask about the high performance team. We take applications in August to October each year.
The grassroots (Training to Train) is focused for newer riders aged 11-16 years old and has a variety of ability levels in road and mountain biking . Please email email@example.com for more infomation on Youth training.
Mondays – 4:45pm – North Vancouver – Tues/thurs – 4pm – Whistler Indoor group rides. Our youth coaches deliver a fun, but structured ride. The focus is on teaching about the disciplines of cycling. Working on being a better rider and getting some exercise.
Mondays 4:45pm NVan , Tues/thurs 4pm - Whistler Cost:
16.00 per session - available in the Youth store TaG Youth packages
Congratulations TaG Race Team Riders – Maggie Coles Lyster took the title in the National Crit Championship. Cam Fitzmaurice stood 3rd on the podium taking bronze in the Junior Road race, thanks to James Grant for a super effort in the 60 km breakaway of the day who helped to make the medal happen.
Sarah Ostler Ironman Finisher You asked for details regarding the ironman but really that was just the icing on the cake of a amazing year! Thank you for a fantastic training plan that helped me cross one off from my bucket list. I cannot really explain the joy of having the daunting task of training… Read More
I am sure you will meet tons of people that ride at the same level as you at TaGCycle classes. I did 2 TaG classes per week all last winter and I believe that’s what helped me get my second place overall at the Tour de Victoria and 14th overall at the Whistler GrandFondo. –… Read More
I started biking in 2009 … kicking and screaming after a knee injury. I told our running group and anyone that would listen that we had to get bikes. After bungling around on our bikes we quickly realized we needed a bike coach …we hadn’t a clue! My girlfriends knew Lesley from highschool so I… Read More