Kyle quickly realized his passion for endurance sports after setting the school record for the mile run in only the fourth grade. When the thrill and excitement of cycling was discovered, he knew he had found his calling. Kyle eventually competed in his first bike race at age 15 and his first triathlon at 16. Growing up in a football family where his father was the school’s coach, he applied the performance and aggression taught on the gridiron to the road itself. Kyle has raced at the elite level across this country and in Europe, and occasionally still races his bicycle at the Masters level for road, track and cyclocross.
Kyle has also competed in over 100 triathlons, duathlons, quadathlons and other multi-sport events with many victories and numerous podium appearances around the world.
Two years of managing and directing a national level u-25 cycling team has also helped him refine his skills and abilities. This experience led to Kyle being the cycling coach at several annual winter training camps in the American Southwest where he learned what is really needed to make the most of athletes.
Kyle was also the manager and coach at seven regional USA Cycling Junior Talent ID Camp; an important development pipeline for young riders looking to make the national team.
The riders that were able to attend in the past were very fortunate!
Coach Kyle is also a member of the US Anti Doping Agency's Coach's Advantage; a training and certification program designed to help coaches educate their athletes in the rules and method of Clean and True Sport and a certified member of the USOC's Safe Sport program.
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One of the things that Kyle enjoys the most is sharing the technical aspects of cycling and coaching with others and attempt to make the new shift towards training with power more understandable to all levels of athlete.
As a much younger man, Coach Kyle was in the US Air Force as an enlisted airman and had a really cool job.
When asked, he usually responds with "I could run and I could do math".
His Basic Training Instructors used to say he was "very motivated during PT". They had no idea.
Kyle also occasionally works as an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician on a 911 response truck in two New England cities.
This is hard work and can be taxing, but Kyle feels that those who have the ability to serve also have the obligation.
You can also often see Coach Kyle at racing events volunteering to provide medical support and help racers there as well
When not helping athletes achieve their best, Coach Kyle spends his time with his wife (whoa!) Julie The Jtrain and their dog Jack Waffles.
Julie is an exercise physiologist at a major Boston area hospital and former elite swimmer and Jack splits his days from running sub 7 minute miles and napping. Good dog.
Balance in life is everything, and Julie gives that every single day.
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