Coach Randy

Warren Cycling camps and coaching are owned and operated by Randy Warren. Coach Randy holds the highest level of coaching certification by USA Cycling. He has been a competitive Category I/II USAC cyclist for almost 30 years, earning a National Championship on the track in 2005 and Gold Medal at the Russian Masters World Cycling Championship in 1994.

Coaching Career Highlights

  • 2004 Olympic Triathlete, 2000 Olympic Alternate (Victor Plata)
  • 2004 Silver Medal, Junior World Championships – Individual Time Trial (Rebecca Much)
  • 2010 Silver Medal, Team Competition, World Duathlon Championships (Heidi Sarna)
  • 2016 Gold Medal, Pan Am Championships, Junior Track (Johnny Kuhfahl)
  • 2015 6th place, World Championships, Junior Track (Nikos Hessert)
  • 2016 World Championship participant, Junior Track (Johnny Kuhfahl)
  • 2014 World Championship participant, Junior Track (Nikos Hessert)
  • 2010 World Championship participant, Junior Track (John Tomlinson)
  • 2009/10 World Championship participant, Elite Duathlon (Heidi Sarna)
  • 2016 National Champion, Junior Track – Individual Pursuit (Johnny Kuhfahl)
  • 2015 National Champions, Junior Track – Team Pursuit (Nikos Hessert & Johnny Kuhfahl)
  • 2014 National Champion, Junior Track – Points Race (Nikos Hessert)
  • 2010 National Champion, Junior Track – Points Race (John Tomlinson)
  • 2009 National Champion, Junior Track – Scratch Race (John Tomlinson)
  • 2005 National Champion, Masters Track National Championships – Points Race (Randy Warren)
  • 2004 National Champion, Junior Road National Championships – Road Race (Rebecca Much)
  • 2004 National Champion, Junior Road National Championships – Individual Time Trial (Rebecca Much)
  • 1992 National Champion, Collegiate National Championships – Team Competition (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo)
  • Three Collegiate Cycling National Champions
  • Seven Collegiate Cycling All-Americans
  • Nine Collegiate Cycling Conference Team Championships
  • 2016-Present, Coach Downtown Asheville Race Club (DARC)
  • 2001-Present, Coach xXx Racing-Athletico Bicycle Racing Team
  • 1991-2000, Coach/Advisor Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Bicycle Racing Team and Club
  • 1987-1990, Coach University of Redlands Bicycle Racing Team and Club

General Experience and Honors

  • Current Level 1 (highest level) USA Cycling Coach, Cycling coach since 1987
  • 2010, 13 & 15 USA Cycling Large Team of the Year, xXx Racing-Athletico
  • 2005 National Champion, Masters Track, Points Race
  • 1994 One win and 4th place overall, Masters World Road Race Championships, Murom, Russia
  • 2003 Silver Medal, Masters Track Nationals, Individual Pursuit
  • Category I USA Cycling track racer
  • Category II USA Cycling racer (road since 1991, cyclocross since 1994)
  • Category I USA Cycling Mountain Bike racer
  • 2016-present Masters Athlete Representative to the USA Cycling Road Committee
  • 2004-2006 President USA Cycling, Collegiate Board of Trustees
  • 1997-2006 National Collegiate Cycling Association (NCCA) committee Member, Chair 2002-04
  • 1994-95 Athlete Representative to the NCCA Board of Trustees
  • 5 years as a category A collegiate racer
  • 2003 Rider of the Year – Northbrook Velodrome 2nd Place
  • 2008 & ‘05 xXx Racing-AthletiCo Rider of the Year
  • 2002 Eric Sprattling Award Winner (Mentorship Award)
  • 2003 & 2004 xXx Racing-AthletiCo Track Rider of the Year
  • 1995 Masters All-American Team
  • 1993 Collegiate Academic All-American
  • 1996 Velo Avanti Outstanding Contribution award
  • 1998 Cal Poly Wheelmen of the Year
  • 1999 Cal Poly Wheelmen of the Year
  • 2000 Cal Poly Wheelmen of the Year
  • Cal Poly Wheelmen of the Year award renamed “Randy Warren Cal Poly Wheelmen of the Year” award
  • 2000-2013 Active Transportation Alliance/Chicagoland Bicycle Federation staff member (Regional Bicycle Advocacy Organization)
  • 2017-present Asheville Multimodal Transportation Commission member
  • 1994 Masters of Arts, Education; Counseling and Guidance, Cal Poly State, SLO
  • 1984 Bachelor of Arts, English and Communications, Hope College, Holland, MI

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