As a private local and online coaching service we at the Pacific Cycling Centre (PCC) we are driven by one guiding principle: personalized coaching .
Through experience coaching Olympic and World champions, we have learned that there is no “one-size-fits-all” program and customized training means more than just changing the hours on a training program template. Whether you are an Olympic hopeful or racing the local Masters’ series, we pride ourselves on developing a personal relationship with you and building a program that fits with your goals, skills, and life. At PCC, your training plan is just the starting point. We will work with you on every aspect of your preparation; from nutrition, to recovery, to fitting training in with your daily life, to how you envision your next race.
We are a private, independent company in Western Canada. Our Head Coach Houshang Amiri has over 37 years experience helping athletes both locally and at a distance to achieve over 90 podium finishes at the highest levels. Choose one of our programs and let us help you achieve yours.
June 23, 2016
Ten PCC-coached cyclists will be riding at the Canadian National Road Championships this weekend in Ottawa and Gatineau in U19 and U23 categories, hoping to gain valuable experience and possible podium finishes. Coach Houshang Amiri will be accompanying them. more >
June 21, 2016
Three PCC riders gained a lot of valuable experience recently when they rode in the Grand Prix Cycliste de Saguenay followed by the Tour de Beauce. Alex Amiri, Chris MacLeod and Josh Kropf, all ride for Giant Langley / SmartSavvy+ Cycling Team. In the GP de Saguenay Alex had a strong first stage in the pro peloton finishing 22nd, but became sick and he had to withdraw on the second stage. more >
June 14, 2016
PCC-coached athletes had a successful weekend in Penticton for the BC Youth Cycling Championships. In addition to his BC riders Coach Houshang Amiri had three athletes from Sask Cycling. James Grant was crowned BC Road Provincial Champion with brother Mark winning the criterium. The brothers did a clean sweep with James coming second in the criterium and third in the time trial. Mark was second in the time trial and third in the road race. more >