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!

Shayne Gaffney

About the Author Shayne Gaffney

Shayne holds a bachelors degree in Health Science in Professional Development and Advanced Patient Care, is a licensed physical therapy assistant in Massachusetts, a USA Cycling Level 1 (expert level) certified Coach, a USA Cycling Power Based Training certified Coach, Precision Nutrition Level 1 certified Coach, a US Military Endurance Sports (USMES) affiliated Coach, and USA Olympic Committee Safe Sport certified. He is the owner and head Coach of GC Coaching, Workout Content Editor at Zwift, the creator of P2 Coached Computraining, and the creator of Zwift’s “Build Me Up” Flexible Training Plan. He has been published in Bicycling Magazine, the TrainingPeaks blog, and Zwift Insider. He can be contacted directly via info@gaffneycyclingcoaching.com