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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Championship Weekend for PCC athletes

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August 24, 2017

PCC athletes competed in the BC Provincial Track Championships last weekend in Victoria and came away with some notable podium results including five championship titles. more >

PCC Athletes at Canada Summer Games

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August 15, 2017

The Canada Summer Games concluded on Sunday with BC coming second in the medal table. PCC-coached athletes from BC and other provinces performed well in Winnipeg. With the Games knowing to be a training ground for future Olympians, it was great to see so many strong performances. more >

Callie Swan Article

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August 08, 2017

PCC athlete Callie Swan was featured in the Prince George Citizen last week. more >