BAM's Indoor Power Program for cycling follows a science-based approach to promote the maximum amount of improvement possible in each of the four 6-week sessions. The program was designed by Dr. Max Testa, a respected cycling expert with more than 30 years of experience. Dr. Testa currently coaches the BMC Professional Cycling Team as well as the 2016 Olympic Cycling Gold Medalist. Our cycling program allows you to vastly improve your performance over the winter while participating in fun and motivating power-based training sessions. By individualizing your training zones from your blood lactate test, training with accurate wattage on our Kickrs and Computrainers, and adding in some rocking music and good-natured peer pressure, BAM's Indoor Power Program will optimize your time on the trainer.

What you get

  • Improved cycling power from Dr. Max Testa's program

  • Maximized time in the saddle

  • Instant friendships with your classmates

  • Discounted weekend rides and events

  • Flexible scheduling options

  • Knowledgeable and friendly coaching staff

The Indoor Power Program is split into four sessions through the winter, each lasting 6 weeks with two 90-min classes per week. Each session is built to accomplish a specific training outcome, and they work together progressively so you're at your best come racing season.



Session Outcomes:

Session 1: Build a strong base

Session 2: Develop endurance, increase capacity

Session 3: Exapand intensity and power

Session 4: Fine tune for optimal race performance

Summer Session: power maintenance


Class Location: BAM HQ:



Cost per session: $285


Buy three and the 4th session is free!



Session one BEGINS NOV 13

Building a strong foundational base


Session two BEGINS JAN 8

Developing endurance and increasing fitness capacity


Session three BEGINS FEB 19

Focusing on greater intensity and power


Session four BEGINS APR 2

Fine tuning and maintenance for optimal race performance

Class times:

Mon & Wed 5:30a, 9:30a, 4:30p

Tue & Thur 5:30a, 6p


For any questions, email Andrew Stasinos: