You have been training all winter and now it is time to race.


We have a very special one-day workshop to get you ready to win!



  • How to prepare
  • How to race
  • How to win


This is your chance to learn from one of Ireland’s top performing professionals Morgan Fox and the mental fitness coach to some of Ireland’s top professional cyclists, Alan Heary.

[info] Some of things you will learn include:

  • The best warm-up for racing and time trialling
  • Racing strategies and techniques
  • How and when to attack Positioning in the group
  • What and when to eat and drink
  • Breaking through the pain barrier
  • How to win [/info]


Day schedule:

09.30 – Registration

09.45 – Intro to workshop

10.15 – Ride out with Morgan Fox

Session will include:

  • Race warm-up
  • Race strategy drills


12.15 – Lunch


13.00 – Developing a race plan

  • Racing strategies and techniques
  • When and how to attack
  • Team tactics
  • Positioning for the finish line


14.30 – Mental Toughness

  • Building confidence
  • Staying focussed
  • Breaking through the pain barrier


15:30 – Wrap up and Question and answer session


16:00 – Finish


Who are your experts on the day?

Morgan Fox:
Morgan was a household name in championship cycling throughout most of Europe in the 1990s and early 2000s, and he retains a real love for the bike.

In 1997 he performed highly at the RAS championship and won a King of the Mountains award, and a few weeks later he won the Irish National Cycling Championship.Morgan went professional as a cyclist in early 1999.

In 1999, Morgan won nine times in Belgian Elite Classic races, and he was the first Irish rider to win races of that calibre since Sean Kelly.

 Morgan Fox Photo
Alan Heary:
Alan is a graduate of Dublin City University, with a degree in Sport Science and Health. He is recognised as one of Irelands leading psychological trainers, where his client list includes World Champions and Olympic athletes.

He works regularly with elite and professional cyclists helping them prepare for major events such as the World championships and stage racing such as the RAS and Ras na mBan.

He has also worked with the Australian Institute of Sport helping their athletes prepare for International competition.