Whether you are new to cycling or an experienced rider, we will coach and guide you to reach your athletic performance goals. We offer personalized and customized training plans for competitive and non-competitive cyclists with a high level of coaching communication, so you feel supported, confident, and educated throughout your training journey. This includes endurance, speed, and strength training, in addition to building mental stamina and nutritional recommendations to prepare you for your A events or races.


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Working with GC Coaching has enabled me to remain on a path of constant growth over several seasons. Shayne creates a platform for continuous improvement by incorporating feedback loops into each athlete’s program. He performs professional analysis of my workout data and combines this with information that he gathers from me. He has a deep understanding of my needs and continuously strives to help me reach my maximum potential. I highly recommend GC Coaching because they utilize quality coaching techniques with evidence-based data analysis.

Erica Lesyshyn

Excellent coach. Approachable and responsive. Best of all my power has rebounded post collarbone/shoulder blade surgery and I’m riding better than I ever have. Shayne will give credit when credit is due and also be straight forward when he knows there is improvement to be gained.

Dan Leland

In the midst of an unnecessarily long, cold, and snowy winter, I approached Shayne after having taken one of his P2 classes. Having structured workouts during the winter was just what I needed, and getting them from a friend and teammate was a real perk!

My request for Coach Gaffney was unique to any cyclist in the New England area. I wanted help getting my Category 3 track upgrade. I had gotten my Category 4 upgrade at the Northeast Velodrome during the last year it was operational and got bitten by the track bug hard. After that track closed down, the next nearest was Kissena Velodrome in Queens, NY. I found it was possible to make it there and back in a day and set about racing as often as I could. In 2014, I was self-coached and fought very hard for my upgrade but I was always just shy of getting the necessary points.
I began working with Shayne early on in 2015. Every workout he prescribed was track specific, and my abilities improved thusly; far more quickly than had I been on my own. By the last weekly race of the season, I easily garnered the remaining points to get my upgrade!
Without Shayne’s insight and training plans, I can honestly say I wouldn’t have gotten my upgrade. And as a plus, he stresses being easy to communicate with often answering random questions whenever I had them. Already Shayne is working on my 2016 season, with my sights set on both Track Nationals and a Category 2 upgrade!

Nick Baker
Taking up bike racing in one’s late forties is not for the faint of heart. Surrounded by riders with years of experience and twenty-somethings who feel no pain, there are far too many opportunities for injury, suffering and humiliation.
Despite all of that — or maybe because of it — I found the idea of competitive cycling truly compelling.  I wanted to try it but I needed to be stronger and prepared. I couldn’t have wished for greater help than that which I received from Shayne. His secret formula is an irresistible mix of technical know-how, attention to detail and a completely unwavering commitment to help you succeed — whatever your goal.
He got me stronger and got me my first pack finish. Things that, quite frankly, get harder as you get older. Now a Cat 4 going into my fifth year of training with Shayne, I couldn’t imagine being where I am without his help and support. If you’re keen and if you’re serious about getting better, then look no further. He is the coach to help you reach your aims.
See you at the start line!

Nick Lewis

After a few years of riding, having a lot of fun and with fair progress on my own, I came to a point where I continued to struggle to make it to the next level. I have 3 small boys and I travel roughly 40% of the time, so finding the time to do enough training has been a challenge.

I met Shayne a few years ago at a PMC event and had found later he had become a cycling coach. Not so early this season a shared email led me back to Shayne, so I reached out to him for some help, letting him know of my challenging schedule. He was able to put together a plan for my limited time and travel schedule that really challenged me physically and brought me into racing season in great shape. I feel so much stronger than I did a year ago. Looking forward to the rest of this season.

Thank you Shayne.

Mark Daniels

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