"Pretty Damn Quick"

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Jason Streather

British Cycling Coach

Level 3 Track

Level 2 Road, Mountain-biking, Cyclo-cross

PDQ Cycle Coaching is the brain child of Jason Streather, ex-international cyclist and level 3 BC cycling coach. Jason has been cycling for over 30 years, he has a passion for cycling and for getting people out on their bikes.  PDQ Cycle Coaching came about to help other people find that same passion for the sport and to help them be the best that they can be.  Jason has been an elite level racing cyclist for many years, mainly on the track and road, and has a vast array of skills, knowledge and contacts in all areas of cycling.  But most importantly, he is just a down to earth, friendly guy who likes to help people of all levels and abilities.      

 

   "In my career I raced for Wales and Great Britain as a junior.  I raced all over the UK and Europe, then graduated from club team level up to riding for a Pro Team.  I know what it takes to get to the top through hard work and dedication.  Throughout my cycling career I have always held a full-time job, so I know the difficulties of juggling work, cycling and family commitments.  I have been a National Track Champion....and I'm still collecting medals. High points in latter years include Bronze and Silver medals in the World Masters Track Championships in 2013 and 2015, proving there are no age limits in cycling!"

 

Jason has been a qualified BC Coach since 2009, obtaining Level 3 track in 2017.  He offers tailored training programmes to individual riders of all abilities and in all cycling disciplines.  His private track sessions at Newport Velodrome are very popular and are always a sell-out.  Jason also coaches childrens' skills sessions on the road, track and mountain biking.  Throughout the winter he runs popular Turbo training nights that allow cyclists to come and train hard and socialise with like-minded people.

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Left: Jason receiving his World Masters Medal, Right: Jason racing as a junior