Kevin Rokosh, Head Coach

Coach Kevin is a Cycling Canada Certified Introduction to Competition Race Coach. He is an expert in the theory and practice of training to race road and track.

Coach Kevin brings more than 15 years of experience to smoothing your transition from rec to club to race cyclist. Wherever you’d like to go on your cycling journey, Kevin will help get you there.

For more ambitious riders, Coach Kevin offers one-on-one personalized coaching. His knowledge of training and racing with power meters and heart rate monitors will help you grow as a Cyclist. You can learn more about his personal coaching philosophy at Velocity members receive up to 20% off Kevin’s regular one-on-one coaching rates. Contact Kevin to request your member-specific pricing.


Coach Kevin started out racing over 30 years ago. In fact, it was one of Joe Zombor’s own nephews who gave Kevin his first race entry form all those years ago. Kevin has never been a pro athlete, but has worked his way up to racing Cat 2 nationally and internationally as a road racer. As a Masters-level racer, Kevin has won provincial and national road and track medals.

Professionally, Coach Kevin has been a radar systems engineer. He’s applied that background and his own experiences as an athlete to learning about the techniques of coaching. Cycling Canada has provided all his classroom and field training to become a Certified Introduction To Competition Coach.

True Sport Principles

True Sport is a Canadian initiative to ensure your sport experience is based on the values of fairness, excellence, inclusion and fun. Coach Kevin is a supporter of these seven True Sport Principles:

1. Go For It

Rise to the challenge – always strive for excellence. Be persistent and discover how good you can be.

2. Play Fair

Understand, respect, and follow the rules. Play with integrity – competition is only meaningful when it is fair.

3. Respect Others

Show respect for everyone involved in creating your sporting experience, both on and off the field of play. Win with dignity and lose with grace.

4. Keep It Fun

Find the joy in sport and share it with others. Remember what you love about sport and why you play.

5. Stay Healthy

Always respect and care for your mind and body. Advocate for the health and safety of yourself and those around you.

6. Include Everyone

Recognize and celebrate strength in diversity. Invite and welcome others into sport.

7. Give Back

Say thanks and show gratitude. Encourage your sport group to make a difference in the community.

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