Dr. Andy Coggan
Andy Coggan is an internationally recognized exercise physiologist. He has published numerous scientific articles on a diverse range of topics, including the effects of carbohydrates on cycling performance, the physiological adaptations to endurance training, and the effects of aging on muscle metabolism during exercise. These papers have been cited more than 4,000 times in the scientific literature, with 14 of them achieving Citation Classic status (i.e., cited more than 100 times apiece). A national-caliber masters cyclist and TT record holder, Dr. Coggan is also widely recognized as one of the leading experts on the use of power meters, including their application to aerodynamic testing, and is coauthor of the book Training and Racing with a Power Meter.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Dean Golich is a Premier Coach and Head Performance Physiologist at Carmichael Training Systems (CTS). Over the past 20 years, Dean has been a pioneer in the application of exercise physiology, power training, altitude training, and hydration strategies to improve athletic performance in real-world competitions. He has been a personal coach to more than 70 National Champions and more than a dozen Olympic and World Championship medalists. His expertise has been sought by world-class athletes in mountain biking, road and track cycling, skiing, triathlon, and most recently by motorsports athletes in motocross.
Tim Cusick is a master level coach for Velocious Endurance coaching and a guide and coach for their Cycling Adventure Camps. He has been coaching athletes, speaking at endurance events, and guiding camps for over 10 years. Tim coaches pro and masters cyclist and has taken numerous athletes to the top, including world and national championship titles. Tim is the product leader for the analytical endurance software WKO4. As an avid cyclist himself, Tim is always testing theories and and ideas (with the help of WKO4) on ways to make him and his athletes faster.
Lake Forest, California
Amber is a two-time Olympian, the 2008 UCI time trial world champion, and the 2003 U.S. national road champion. She has been a pro racer for 15 years, winning numerous races nationally and internationally, and she is currently riding for the Bepink team. Amber is one of the toughest women in professional cycling and has fought her way back to the top numerous times from meningitis, cancer, crashes, and surgeries. Amber has been a power trainer for many years and is also an accomplished power coach herself. Amber has traveled the world racing, riding, and guiding across 25 different countries throughout Europe, South America, Australia, China, and the US, winning races in 13 of them! Amber is a USAC coach, a tour leader/guide, and a motivational speaker.
Kenny is currently the technical team leader for Garmin International. He works with a group of software engineers and user experience designers that work and develop fitness devices and products for Garmin. Kenny is heavily involved with new product research, planning, design, development, testing, and maintenance.