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The Coach

I'm Henry Latimer and I have been working as a Professional Cycling Coach since 2019. I have a passion for a human centric approach to coaching, informed by the latest scientific approaches to training.

As a coach I aim to inspire, motivate and challenge my riders, all the while providing accountability, structure and support. I've worked with riders ranging from beginners through to professional riders, across disciplines including Road, Track, Time Trial, Cyclocross and Ultra Endurance.


Amongst the riders I have coached are national champions, elite road racers, paracyclists, Invictus Games gold medalists and World Record holders. Alongside competitive racers, I also coach amateur cyclists who aim to develop their fitness towards recreational goals.

I am a British Cycling Level 3 Coach, and spent 2 years on British Cycling's coaching Scholarship, gaining valuable insights into the workings of the Great Britain Cycling Team and other professional outfits.

I'm always keen to chat with new clients to discuss how I can support towards their goals.

The Rider

I first started racing in 2008, and rapdily developed from a local time triallist to a national level elite road racer. I haved won numerous national championship medals across various years, became Central Regional Road Race champion in 2014, and raced internationally in Belgium and France. I have won over 50 races in my career, riding across various semi-professional teams and gaining invaluable experience that I aim to pass on to all my competitive coached athletes.

I have been racing for British Elite Team TAAP Racing for 5 years, taking on a role as the road captain alongside Director Sportive duties when I am not racing.

In more recent times I have joined up with the Great Britain Cycling Team riding as part of the paralympic foundation squad as a tandem pilot for a visually impaired rider.

I strongly believe that by staying competitive as a racing cyclist, I can compliment my coaching attributes with up to date and relevant advice for my athletes.



British Cycling Level 3 Road & Time Trial Coach

Association of British Cycle Coaches Level 3 Coach

British Cycling Level 2 Track Coach

British Cycling Level 2 Cyclocross Coach

UK Anti Doping Accredited Advisor

British Cycling Coaching Scholarship Graduate

Coaching Highlights

Talent Development Coach - British Cycling

Coach with Team UK Invictus Games Cycling Team

Oxford University Cycling Club Coach

British Cycling Coaching Scholarship Alumni

TAAP Racing Sports Director

Endurance Coach at Oaklands Wolves Junior Academy

Coached riders to:

- British Cycling national race wins

- National Team Time Trial Champion

- Multiple Open TT Wins

- Fred Whitton Sportive Completion

- 'Le Loop' Tour de France Route Completion

- Paracycling national series podiums

- Invictus Games gold medals

Racing Highlights

British Cycling Para National Silver Medallist x4

CTT National Team Time Trial Bronze Medalist x2

Multiple Open Time Trial Winner

Central Region Road Race Champion

Great Britain Cycling Team Paralympic Foundation Squad

Elite Race Licence Holder

Multiple Road & Circuit Race Winner

Belgian Kermesse Top 10 Placings

UCI 1.2 Cicle Classic Race Finisher

Time Trial PBs:

10 Miles – 18:36

15 Miles – 28:49

25 Miles – 48:10

50 Miles – 1:40:49

100 Miles - 3:34:09

Winning at Dalton Barracks E12 Race

Winning at Dalton Barracks E12 Race

National Para Road Champs

National Para Road Champs

March Hare National B Race

March Hare National B Race

National Track Champs

National Track Champs

UCI 1.2 Cicle Classic

UCI 1.2 Cicle Classic

Track Riding

Track Riding

The Lincoln Grand Prix

The Lincoln Grand Prix

Oaklands Wolves Academy

Oaklands Wolves Academy

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