Coach – Cycling
2000 Olympic Cycling Team
Nicole Freedman is an Olympic cyclist with over 15 years involvement in cycling. In her impressive array of successes are her two-time National Championships, 50 professional victories, a stage victory in the 2005 Tour of New Zealand and her membership on the 2000 U.S. Olympic Team in Sydney. Paramount to her athletic success, Freedman is a creative self-starter who is results-oriented and excels in program design, business development, marketing and fundraising.
Freedman possesses a high-degree of communication, relationship building and problem-solving skills which shine through in her tremendous coaching skills. Leading and motivating athletes to achieve maximum performance, Freedman has successfully integrated these skills into the development, management and promotion of professional cycling teams. Freedman has coached riders to multiple National Championships, including most recently the MIT cycling team. She has taught on-the-bike skills to over 2,000 aspiring racers in over 100 clinics she has led across the country. Freedman currently owns and operates her own coaching firm – Nicole Freedman Coaching – where she assists individuals and groups of all levels in the achievement of their athletic goals.
In addition to being the cycling coach for the Inaugural Team WILD Triathlon Team, Freedman serves as the Head Cycling Coach of Diabetes Training Camp, where she has learned a tremendous amount about the nuances of working with athletes with diabetes. In addition, Freedman is the Cycling Czar of the City of Boston where, working with the mayor, she oversees the Boston Bikes program and the Hub on Wheels program.Armed with a tremendous sense of humor, Freedman prides herself in working with athletes at each and every level, bringing out their best and having a great time doing it.