Why Should you do a MOT Assessment?
Just starting your cycling journey or have hit a plateau and not sure why?
We often see cyclists blindly increase their training intensity, hoping this will lead to improved results. However, sometimes it's something completely unrelated and if you addressed that first, would have a far greater impact on your cycling.
Not sure what that one thing is?
This is where our 60 minute MOT Assessment comes in. Our comprehensive MOT is the complete once over that every rider should do. We review your pedal technique, range of motion, cycling fitness/power, nutrition, balance, flexibility and core strength to help identify your key areas of weakness, what’s holding you back and give you greater clarity on what you need to work on to produce the biggest gains.
The MOT Assessment is available to all levels of cyclists, with plenty to be gained by every rider, no matter what your training goals might be!
Take the first steps now to improve your cycling performance with our 60 minute MOT Assessment.
THE MOT ASSESSMENT - KEY DETAILS
The 1-hour assessment will include:
The results from the test will:
With this data we can help set you on the correct training path to accomplish your goals and take your cycling to the next level.
The MOT Assessment - Key Details
The MOT Assessment is great to put in your training schedule at the beginning of the season and then at the end of the summer to track your progress.
This test costs £99 for the 60 minute assessment and will include a full report after the assessment itself.
For someone new or relatively new to cycling I think the Njinga MOT assessment is a great way to improve their cycling abilities. It is absolutely key for anyone who wants to understand their weak points in order to improve. I’ve learnt there is more to cycling that just pushing down on the pedal!
I signed up for the Rider MOT assessment to understand my base line as a cyclist and as an opportunity for some one to assess how I currently cycle. As expected it highlighted weaknesses I was unaware of and confirmed others. Having understood more about my cycling now it has made me want to improve my technique by actively doing something about it rather than just focusing on getting stronger.