This interactive profile is composed of seven drills that you let your riders pick as if pulling petals off a daisy to see if someone loves them or loves them not. I’ve done all the hard work for you so you can look like the brilliant creative instructor—just grab some construction paper and get ready to have some fun (while working hard) with your riders! Songs are a mix of love and heartache, including some recently released tracks.
Three great reasons to do an Australian Tribute Ride. 1. Australia Day is January 26. 2. Raise awareness of the devastating fires in the country; perhaps even do a small charity fundraiser (I’ve provided links to organizations to donate to). 3. Australian artists rock! Here is my profile and playlist.
Christine has done it again, this time with a profile based on the Olympic theme Citius Altius Fortius, which is Latin for Faster, Higher, Stronger. And while it is certainly relevant right now, it is also a profile to pull out again and again when you want to remind your students of their amazing potential. As you cue this ride, you will empower your students to come up with their own motivational phrase that inspires them, and you may be amazed at the results.
Honoring musical legends in our cycling classes when they leave this world is a great way to play tribute to amazing artists, while at the same time expanding your own musical repertoire. It gives you an excuse to play tracks you might not normally play—and who knows? You—and your riders—may discover genres you wouldn’t normally ride to! Here are four Allman Brothers songs you won’t want to miss.
Another 2016 Rio Olympics profile, this one based on the Olympic Road Race. It’s a very challenging ride with four laps over a steep climb, and ending with a fast flat to a sprint finish. Robert builds the excitement in this profile, very much like a Tour de France stage. The music is Brazilian, bringing you and your class even closer to the games!