Meet the Instructors

Fred Monago – Fred has a long history of competitive and recreational cycling plus decades of experience as a ski instructor. Fred teaches Track 101a and 101 b

Paul Martin- Paul has raced bikes competitively for 22 years, including 4 years as a professional, has won 4 U.S. National cycling championships.  He leads our popular 301/302 sessions

Bill Flesher- Having an extensive background in the coaching of multiple sports, Bill brings a seasoned and systematic approach to his leadership of Wednesday evening 202 structured training

Tim Edwards – Tim started cycling competitively at the University of Dayton and has raced nearly all of the various disciplines of cycling over the last couple decades including multiple state championships along the way. Tim is a USA Cycling Level 2 coach and owner of North Coast Endurance Coaching.

Joe Nieto – Joe has been racing on a velodrome since 1987. He is a multiple state track champion and is currently a category 2 track cyclist. He has coached formerly for the Wenzel Coaching from 2010-2014 and is a 2009 and 2010 USAC level 3 certified cycling coach. Joe is currently employed as a NASM certified personal trainer for Lifetime Fitness. Joe will be instructing Track 201 and Track 301.

Pam Semanik – Pam has been riding forever and racing locally for the past 5 years. Pam’s speciality is the timed events (kilo and pursuit). Pam teaches Track 101 and she helps out with the Women’s Clinics.

Brett Davis – Brett started cycling as a youth racing BMX and then later as a teenager did some multi-day road bike tours with his father. After years away from the sport, he got bit by the cycling bug as a 30 year old and since then has raced mtb cross country, mtb ultras, road racing, criteriums, cyclo-cross and track. Brett teaches Track 101 and runs the Motorpacing classes.

If you interested in becoming an instructor at the Cleveland Velodrome, please contact us.