With Wenzel Coaching
Client levels accepted:Individual, Custom, Elite Custom, Consultation
- Individual $119/mo
- Custom $199/mo
- Elite Custom $250/mo
- Consultation $100/hr
Associate Coach / Portland, Oregon
"The dividends have been great. Andrew has given me creative and fun workouts that have helped me get faster as a mountain biker. I just recently was on a 24 hour mountain bike team and Andy's direction on workouts helped me be faster than I have ever been before. "
Coach Andrew is fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and ready for in-person coaching.
Andrew Coe of Portland, Oregon is a highly analytical, detail-oriented and observant coach who considers the big picture. His clients appreciate his understanding and love for teaching the intricacies of the sport of cycling. An endurance athlete with nearly 20 years of experience, Andrew has had success in road, cyclocross and mountain bike racing at all amateur levels in races across the country. In particular, he has been a successful cat 2 road racer and cat 1 cyclocross racer since 2010.
Andrew’s experience racing in the Northwest and Midwest allow him to relate to training and racing in all conditions, from freezing and windy early season road races, to blistering hot and humid mountain bike races, to monsoon rain and muddy ‘cross races. He has coached a variety of athletes from seasoned veterans to beginning racers. Each of his clients comes with unique goals, whether being ready for a single event or having a full season of high level fitness. He specializes in assisting clients to organize their training schedule around their daily work schedule, including integrating bike commutes into the training plan. Andrew can help build the plan that will best fit your objectives while keeping life-balance in mind. This includes mental and equipment optimization as well.
Andrew has instructed cyclocross, short track mtb, and road racing clinics and skill sessions in Portland and Kansas City. He utilizes workouts designed to help improve both fitness and riding ability, and is available for skills lessons in addition to training plans.
A few of his recent coaching accomplishments include: guiding a seasoned master to consistently high results throughout a long season including a full road and cyclocross race calendar, building a training plan to help a new rider complete a 200 mile endurance ride, helping a talented runner overcome over-training habits (leading to better training and faster performances); and providing guidance for an athlete to go from his first cyclocross race to being competitive at the front of the cat 3 fields in Seattle, WA.
Andrew has raced in some of the premier cyclocross and road stage races in the US. Among his best results are a 2nd place at the 2019 US Masters National Championship Cyclocross 35-39 and 5th at the 2019 US Masters National Championship Cyclocross Single Speed. He also claimed wins at the Kansas and Missouri State Cyclocross Championships on back-to-back days and a 7th at the 2013 UCI Masters 30-34 World Championships in Louisville, KY. In 2016 he won the overall Best All-around Rider for senior men in the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association (OBRA BAR), finishing first in the MTB short track and cyclocross BAR competitions as well.
Andrew lives in Portland with his wife and their Bengal cat and three urban chickens. Beyond riding and racing he enjoys coffee roasting and data analysis.
Events: Cyclocross, Endurance Mountain Biking, Gravel Grinders, Road Racing
Services: Clinics/Camps, Consultation, Skills Training, Training Programs
Specialties: Beginning Racing, Dirt Skills, Elite Development, Road Skills, Working Athletes
"It's in no small part to you and Wenzel that I had my best year ever on the bike in general and racing in particular:
STP: 208 miles at 19.7 MPH. That's pretty fast for me.
A Short Track win! Never in a million years did I ever expect to win a race.
Short Track Masters BAR: 16th/148.
Age-graded Masters BAR 50-54: 22nd/160 with 492 pts.
Lewis and Clark Ultra 12 hr TT: 169.7 miles with over 10k climbing all with a bad rear wheel.
Lots more too.
Can't wait to see what 2017 brings!" ~ Matt M.
"The dividends have been great. He has given me creative and fun workouts that have helped me get faster as a mountain biker. I just recently was on a 24 hour mountain bike team and Andy's direction on workouts helped me be faster than I have ever been before. " ~ Jeff G.
"I was an untrained 63yo guy who wanted to ride the LOTOJA race (Logan UT to Jackson WY 206 mile). I started training with Andrew in early June. I had some hiccups in the training due to bike fit and a shoulder injury but Andrew adapted my program and still had me prepared for my event. The group of guys I ride with, all LOTOJA veterans, thought I was over training. However after a SUCCESSFUL finish Saturday, the most seasoned rider in our group proclaimed that my coach did me right. I agree. Andrew was very responsive and I feel that we had a personal relationship and he understood my goals and limitations. I'm glad I decided to choose Wenzel Coaching. Thanks for the journey! Best Regards, T. Huecksteadt
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