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Cadence Cycling & Multisport Center

Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers Introduce CadenceTV

02.20.2008
New York, New York
Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers Introduce CadenceTV

Live-Streamed Video Allows Cyclists to Participate from Home in Daily High-Performance Workouts

Cadence Cycling and Multisport Centers, the world's premier and authoritative center for cycling and multisport fitness, announced today the launch of CadenceTV, an interactive video platform that allows cyclists to train and participate in live group workouts from a remote location. CadenceTV will stream live video of Cadence's two-time daily indoor workouts conducted at Cadence Centers in NYC and Philadelphia. Viewers will also be able to access a library of archived cycling training sessions.

Cadence's training philosophy is based on two fundamental principles:

  • 100% scientifically-based personalized training programs; and,
  • Consistent, interactive communication between coach and athlete.

CadenceTV allows for live-streamed, customized, cycle training for clients who are not able to access classes at the New York and Philadelphia centers. It enables clients to have real-time access to a scientifically developed training program with professional cycling coaches and virtual classmates of varying cycling abilities.

"We train people all over the world, from amateurs throughout the fifty states to pros racing in Europe," said Brian Walton, Vice President in charge of coaching and Olympic medalist. "We knew we needed a way to connect personally with our Cadence athletes who couldn't train regularly at one of our centers. CadenceTV solves that problem and keeps members on track. Because the sessions are dynamic and accessible in real time, athletes stay engaged and challenged by their training programs."

Moving forward, CadenceTV will expand beyond training services into areas such as:

  • Coaching programs
  • Race tactics
  • Nutrition
  • Exclusive race footage
  • Bike maintenance and repair seminars

CadenceTV will be available to Cadence athletes at $20/month (no cost for Gold and Platinum Athletes) and to non-coached Cadence athletes at $35/month. Subscribers to CadenceTV will receive a login and password and unlimited access. CadenceTV is a browser-based program so no special software or downloads are required.

About Cadence Cycling And Multisport Centers
Cadence Cycling & Multisport Centers, founded in 2004, provides on-site physiological testing, biomechanical services, health and weight loss consultations, indoor training for athletes of all levels, and the world's finest selection of retail cycling and multisport products. Cadence's state-of-the-art facilities feature the world class coaches and Olympic quality physiological testing equipment. Cadence's coaching staff is certified by USA Triathlon (USAT), USA Cycling (USAC) and Canadian Cycling Association, and Cadence's own rigorous internal testing protocols. In 2004, 2005, and 2006, Bicycling Magazine recognized Cadence as one of America's best bike shops. In 2005, Cadence was chosen as the Official Coaching Organization for Cycling for America's National U23 Triathlon Team and Program. Cadence is the exclusive trainer for the United States Marine Corps' running and triathlon teams and the Official Sponsor and Performance Center of the Philadelphia Insurance Triathlon in Fairmount Park.

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Contacts
Cadence Cycling & Multisport Center
(212) 843-8024
aisserlis@rubenstein.com
www.cadencecycling.com

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