One to One Coaching

BPM Coaching will coach and advise whatever your challenge or dream. You may be racing, or perhaps you have a cycling challenge that requires some specific coaching, research, and planning. Whatever your goal I would love to hear from you. Although I am based in Devon, England I have experience of working remotely with athletes in many different countries. 


Bespoke Starter Training Consultation to get your heading in the right direction from the beginning, including a test and or observation ride from £150 for up to 3 hours.
Self-managed training plans with personally selected training schedules and sessions updated monthly to ensure progression from £75 per month.
My One to One coaching is specifically designed to work towards your individual goal and maximize the gains possible with the time you have available to train. Your sessions and schedules will be individually selected along with targeted intensities to allow the "smartest" training possible.


Where necessary sessions will be specifically developed and designed for you. On an ongoing basis, I will consult, listen and discuss with you all aspects of your development and training. I will advise, assess and develop your training plan as you progress. Testing for athletes that can travel can also be included from £100 per month. I only coach a limited number of athletes in this personal and bespoke manner so as to be able to dedicate sufficient time and energy to ensure you receive the best in personal service from me directly. The process is tailored to your requirements and personal goal whatever that might be.



What can you expect from me

Your coach should act as a mentor and motivator, they should be an honest friend who wants the best for you and works to that aim with support, encouragement and expertise, a friend who can sometimes say the truths that you do not want to hear and discuss all aspects of your performance in a positive manner that will enable you to learn from the experience.

The relationship between a rider and coach needs to be one of mutual respect and collaboration. It should be a productive working relationship, we don’t always have to agree, but our goal should be that we are always working together to make you a better cyclist.

A good coach needs to be able to provide not only training sessions and schedules but also emotional support when things don’t quite go as planned. If and when this happens a good coach is to be able to identify the areas that are limiting performance and then put together a plan to address them. 



I became a coach because I wanted to train smarter to ride faster than the competition and now my passion is enabling others to do the same.

Most of us have a limited amount of time that we can dedicate to training and I understand the importance of making the most of the limited time. Training to a structure made me a successful competitor and now I love helping others achieve their cycling goals. I have helped many riders improve their cycling performance and by producing this website I have found a way to reach and help more cyclists get more from their training and riding.

I competed successfully for a number of years, mainly in Switzerland, including five times the Grand Raid and on the road successfully competing Tour du Mont Blanc, and Wysam 333 to name but a few.

I still love to ride, with every year offering a new goal, adventure and reason to train. However, helping others get more from their training and riding has been my main drive for many years and the successes gained by the people I help and coach, including Gold and Silver Invictus Games medal winner Andrew White and National hill Climber Josh Coyne, gives me a real purpose to keep learning and improving my understanding of what it takes to ride faster.  


Contact me and let's talk about how I can help you.

All the best Nigel Hale-Hunter