Pan American Track Cycling Championsh...

Pan American Track Cycling Championships Nominations Kim Geist Coaching athlete Kim Zubris and Kim Geist will be representing the USA together in the madison at the Elite Pan American Track Championships at the end of this month in Couva, Trinidad & Tobago: [...]

Elite Track Cycling National Champion...

Elite Track Cycling National Championships This past week six Kim Geist Coaching athletes competed in the elite national track cycling championships held at the Velo Sports Center in Carson, CA.  We met a good number of personal goals and, on the results front, earned a highlight of a silver medal with Kim Zubris in the women’s points [...]

Making History

Making History It was just another Friday night under the lights until it was history-making time, lining up the first-ever women’s team for the Mike Walter 100 Lap Madison at the Valley Preferred Cycling Center. Coach Kim Geist teamed up with coached athlete Kim Zubris and they held their own among the men, having a blast doing [...]

Masters Track National Championships

Masters Track National Championships This past week four Kim Geist Coaching athletes traveled to Rock Hill, SC to compete in the Masters National Track Cycling Championships held at the Giordana Velodrome. We walked away with three national championship titles (Mike Miller – men 45-49 points race, Jo Johnson – women 70-74 scratch and points races), a first ever individual [...]

Road Podiums

Road Podiums Kim Geist Coaching athletes have been regularly highlighting road racing podiums so far this spring and summer.  Here are just a few [...]

3 x Masters Regional Titles

18527202_1493022437436790_9087333342610666635_o Podiums, podiums, podiums at the Northeast Regional Masters Track Omnium Championship – including earning the winner’s jerseys in men’s 55-64, women’s 55-64 and women’s [...]

Upcoming Group Track Training

"3 months working with Kim Geist Coaching and the gap between me and the guy I've been chasing all season has gone from 3 minutes to 3 seconds!  Hats to you, Kim, for getting so much out of me in so short a time."

Paralympic hopeful

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