If you are active, you are an athlete and no matter your goals, you should have the opportunity to work with a coach to help you get there both efficiently and effectively. Let the KX3 Coaching Team help you reach your personal gold—all while empowering and keeping you accountable along the way.

We'll help you PREPAREEXECUTE, and LIVE through your finish line and beyond.

What's the right plan for me?

Not sure what type of coaching plan is right for you, or want to learn more about how KX3 Coaching can support you in your cycling goals?

Our FREE 15-minute initial tele-consultation gives you the opportunity to speak with one of our coaches, ask questions, learn more about our coaching services, and decide if KX3 is the right fit for you and your goals.

Email one of our KX3 coaches to request your FREE 15-minute consultation:

Or, email [email protected] to request a consult.

Choose your plan and get started!

You know what you're looking for, and you're ready to say "Sign me up, coach!"

Understanding your goals, work schedule, availability to train, communication preferences, strengths and areas for improvement, and what your ultimate vision is for you as a cyclist—these are some of the bits and pieces that play a part in getting started. If you have chosen to bypass our 15-minute free Tele-Consultation, we will use the information provided in our Client Intake Questionnaire to help match you with the right coach for you and your goals.

When you sign up for your KX3 Coaching Plan, you'll receive our in-depth Client Intake Questionnaire, which we ask you to complete at least 48 hours prior to your 60-minute Discovery Session with your coach.



Kristin Armstrong

Kristin Armstrong is the most decorated U.S. women’s cyclist of all time and the best time trialist in the sport’s history. She is a three-time Olympic gold medalist, two-time World Champion and has won six U.S. National Championships. Kristin is a mom, wife, entrepreneur, public speaker, and cycling coach for high performance athletes at the world-class level—to athletes riding and training recreationally on Zwift—to those time-strapped cyclists looking for efficiency and effectiveness in their training. Kristin graduated from the University of Idaho with a B.S. in Exercise Physiology, and is committed to moving the dial on community health through initiatives like KX3 Lifestyle + Coaching. She is married to Joe Savola and they have a ten-year old son, Lucas. Kristin and her family continue to reside in Boise, Idaho where she is working on her autobiography.

Nicola Cranmer 

Nicola’s experience as a professional mountain biker was pivotal to founding a Women’s Professional Cycling Team in 2004.  As TWENTY24’s General Manager and owner, her role includes operations and staff management, sponsor acquisition and support as well as athlete recruitment and development. The team spans, road, gravel, mountain track and eSports. Her reputation is built on her Olympic training focus and medal results from London and leading to Tokyo. Nicola serves on the UCI Track committee of USA Cycling and has been honored for her junior and women’s athlete development. 

She has produced UCI cycling events including the UCI Chrono Kristin Armstrong, served on the El Tour de Tucson Advisory Board. Nicola is co-founder of Pace Ranch, the Tucson, Arizona endurance athlete center, where she develops and implements events, curates VIP and high-performance programs.


Heather Foster

A self-confessed solar-powered cycling fanatic, Heather has brought her passion for community, recreation, healthy lifestyle, and doing good for others to light through her work with the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah, Medalist Sports, the Exergy Tour Ladies Pro Cycling Stage Race, St. Luke's Health System, Special Olympics International, UCI Chrono Kristin Armstrong, the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation, and the Challenged Athletes Foundation. Heather currently serves as the Director of Strategic Communications and Development at the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation.

Her experience working with start-ups, Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, and world-class sporting events has focused on engaging people through their love of sport, and creating quality, meaningful, and impactful experiences for all participants. Since childhood, Heather has always turned to sport as a means to feel stronger both physically and mentally. After racing triathlon for 15 years and then sustaining back and knee injuries during a venture into crossfit-style training, Heather turned to cycling as her means of rehabilitation and has never looked back. She has reaped the benefits of structured coaching and training through her own pursuits in road cycling and gravel biking, and swears by the opportunity to ride all winter on Zwift from her garage-based ‘gain cave’ in Hailey, Idaho.