Coaches

placeholder image

Blair has been coaching now since 2007 after having a fellow rider asking for some advice, this was the beginning of Blair's coaching career.

Being involved in sport it became apparent that attention to detail was paramount in achieving success, so strived to further his knowledge as much as possible.

This created a new passion for coaching and since then his coaching has gone from strength to strength with his riders winning National titles through to the World Championships. Blair feels he has great communication and has a great coach/athlete relationship which is paramount in achieving success at all levels.

Coaching highlights have been

  • Luke Mudgeway Junior World Championships in 2014
  • Scott Creighton Bronze in the Junior World Championships in 2009
  • Logan Griffin coming 2nd on the Tour of New Caledonia in 2014
  • Nick Reddish winning a stage at the Tour of Tahiti plus many more.

Logan Griffin

placeholder image

Logan has joined existing coaches Blair and Ryan bringing new skills and perspectives to the business.

Both Blair has coaching Logan over the past 5 years and has seen him come on in leaps and bounds on the bike competing nationally, in Australia and also more recently picking up some big results on the UCI Asia tour earlier this year.

Through completing his Sports Management and Science degree at A.U.T Logan has taken a keen interest in coaching over the past couple of years with some of the junior riders he looks after already taking national championships and podiums. 

Through his degree Logan has studied in the areas of Sports Management, Athletic Conditioning, Applied Sports Nutrition, Human Movement, Exercise Science and Performance Analysis meaning he is the guy to turn to for all your sport science questions and will openly admit he’s a bit of a nerd when it comes to the subject. 

We are looking forward to seeing Logan not only continue to succeed as a rider but also pass on the knowledge he has learnt both academically and on the bike to our athletes.