Randy Ice, P.T. C.C.S. has many years of experience working with cyclists of all abilities from novice to competitive CAT 1 and RAAM racers. He founded SCOR Cardiac Cyclists Club in 1974 to meet the endurance exercise needs of people with cardiovascular disease. In the early 1980's, Randy began testing and training ultramarathon cyclists for RAAM and currently serves as medical consultant/board member for the Ultramarathon Cycling Association, and Bicycling Magazine, He has written extensively on nutrition, biomechanics and training. Randy is a graduate of USC and is a certified Cardiopulmonary Specialist. He began his cycling injury and analysis program in 1984 out of a need in the cycling community and as a personal interest.
VO2 Max, anaerobic threshold (AT), work output (Watts) and stress EKG for a complete assessment of your cardiovascular fitness. Knowing your AT heart will allow you to get the most benefit from your heart rate meter training.
Body Composition Testing
% body fat, lean body mass and recommendations for how to improve body composition to ideal values for your age group. $10
Pro Bike Fit I
A biomechanically based fitting of the cyclist to his/her bike for the purpose of prevention of overuse injury, optimizing power output, and/or determining proper frame size for future purchases.
Time required: 45-60 minutes $120
Pro Bike Fit II
An in-depth evaluation for the cyclist with pain (knee, back, neck, etc.) to determine the anatomical, biomechanical and/or bicycle-related causes.
Recommendations may include:
Bike fit modifications to achieve correct ergonomic position or to accommodate special orthopedic problems
Kneesavers for increased toe-out, or women with a wider pelvis
Shoe and/or cleat build-up for leg length differences
Advice to increase flexibility for tight cycling muscles (hamstring, lumber paraspinals, etc.)
Correct frame size for future bike purchases
Time required: 60-90 minutes $200