Monday, April 13, 2015
WEEKEND RACING ROUNDUP
Weekend racing roundup goes as such: 1st place for Jo Johnson in the Master's State Criterium Championships in AZ, 3rd place podium spot for Becky Chan in the Cat. 1/2/3 at the Carl Dolan Memorial Criterium in MD (along with her teammate taking the win, yay!), 4th place with a PR time for Nicole LaGorga in the Cat. 4 at the Cape May Time Trial in NJ. Congrats to all.
Monday, March 23, 2015
TWO WINS IN FIRST WEEKEND OF 2015 SEASON
Awesome to start off the road racing season with two wins. Congrats to Julia Lonchar who took the individual time trial win and to Michelle Lee who took the team time trial win (pictured leading the team to the line) along with her teammates at the Philly Phlyer this past weekend.
Honorable mention to Lee Sobotkin who earned 6th in the men's individual time trial and Becky Chan who also took 6th farther south at the Black Hill Circuit Race in MD.
Monday, February 23, 2015
2015 WORLD TRACK CYCLING CHAMPIONSHIPS
As a self-coached athlete, this is also a huge success story for Kim Geist Coaching.
Kim Geist - 2015 World Track Cycling Championship women's points race BRONZE MEDALIST!
*photo collage credit USA Cycling
Monday, January 19, 2015
KING UNIVERSITY TORNADOES
Kim Geist Coaching had the pleasure of
working with Victoria when she was a younger junior. We knew there were going to
be cool things to come for her in the future! Thanks for the shout-out,
Victoria. Go Tornadoes!
Friday, January 2, 2015
SUCCESS STORY '14
One of the success stories rider and coach are proud of in '14: *borrowed from Lee's Facebook page
"I spent the past few days reflecting on 2014 and my SMALL cycling hobby. My best moments were not only standing on the podium for the PA State TT Championship and Tour de Millersburg TT Stage but sharing it with a teammate. In all my team (Spinteck Cycling Team p/b Blue Bell Private Wealth Management) and I had a great year. But more importantly, we had fun doing it! LIKE our page to follow our accomplishments and shenanigans.
What does it take to get there?
In 2014 I rode my bike indoor and outside for nearly 600 hours, covered over 8,500 miles outside, crashed twice, and broke a few bones along the way. This may or may not impress you, but I am surely inspired now.
How did I manage that?
Kim Geist Coaching. The most professional guidance on providing me measurable gains year after year and elevating me to a level I definitely could not reach alone. I see the numbers, my team/sponsors love it, and my competitors know it.
Can't wait to kick ass in 2015!"