Welcome

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.



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GC win for Holly Simonson

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April 21, 2019

PCC athletes excelled at the Tour of Walla Walla last weekend in Washington. Holly Simonson and Brenna Pauly rode the four-stage race for Team Red Truck and Holly recorded a win on the second stage. more >

Polka dot jersey for Alex Amiri

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April 04, 2019

Last weekend was a busy one for PCC riders in California with Alex Amiri competing in the San Dimas Stage Race and Amiel Flett-Brown and Ryan Olson racing at the Chico Stage Race. Alex successfully took the KOM polka dot jersey at San Dimas. more >

Caleb Bender wins Omnium

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March 27, 2019

PCC Athletes have been on the road and this past weekend achieved some notable results. Caleb Bender competed in the Bare Bones Track Race in the Burnaby Velodrome and on Saturday won the Men B-Omnium race. Hailing from Saskatchewan, Caleb moved to Victoria to join the programs at PCC and to take advantage of the vast coaching skills that Houshang Amiri offered. This was after teammate Micaiah Besler moved from Saskatchewan in the fall of 2018. more >