Meet your coaches
Bev and Andy are qualified fitness professionals who are on hand to help you achieve your health and fitness goals.
Bev has been in the fitness industry for over 25 years motivating and helping people reach their personal and physical goals. Having completed 9 marathons she understands that the emotional component of training is just as important as the physical. She incorporates both aspects into all of her classes to ensure that the whole person is completely engaged.
She loves putting together the perfect play list for each class to make you laugh, reflect, feel energetic and nostalgic. You will feel alive, happy and always leave feeling better than when you walked in.
Be prepared, with physical and mental toughness, you can handle and do anything.
Bev’s Happy Place
Well, there are two: Just sitting and being close to my amazing husband and two fantastic boys, that is just about as good as it gets.
Close second, running in the woods with my dogs at dusk, it is heavenly.
Under Pressure by Queen, Love it! Starts out heavy with fear and then transitions to love and how love is more powerful than anything we are faced with, just beautiful.
Kind of like a Confetti Popper. Lots of colors, movements cadences and drills for the whole body and of course…glitter!
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Lynda was inspired after running her first 5K at the age of 40 and has not stopped since. Fitness is now a way of life, a place to release some stress, connect with friends and get a great workout!
If you are looking to build physical, mental and emotional strength then come and try out a class. Most of all, come to Community Cycle to have fun, get fit and meet friends!
Age is just a number, challenge yourself to try new things
Lynda's Happy Place
Being with family and friends on the beach on a sunny day, hiking in the woods with my dog, exploring new places…
I love all different genres of music! One of my favorites is Adam Levine’s Lost Stars “But we are all lost stars, trying to light up the dark…”
Andy has been teaching indoor Cycling for over 15 years. As an avid outdoor cyclist both road, mountain, Andy brings the outdoor experience to his classes. Teaching with a strong understanding of watts, cadence, endurance and aerobic/anaerobic threshold, Andy will teach you to get what you want out of each class, whether it be related to distance, power, increased fitness or BMI, Andy will help you set and achieve your goals.
When Andy is not cycling you either catch him with his band where he plays guitar. (Bev has been dying to get in on this and be the tambourine girl, but told “It’s guys only”), or hanging out at Peet’s in Wellesley with his cycling buds.
Live your best life through happiness. When you’re happy everything else will fall into place.
Andy’s Happy Place
Anytime I’m with Susan, my wife and our kids Max & Sara.
I recently rode my bike through Iceland with some friends, it’s pretty tough to get any better than that!
You Can’t Always Get What You Want by the Rolling Stones,
“But if you try sometime you find you get what you need”
Kind of like a Frisbee, Strong, Smooth, Clear and Effective from takeoff to landing.
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Jerry De Zutter
Jerry has been training for and competing in endurance sports for close to 25 years. He is a Cat 2 cyclist on the road and the current New England Region Masters 50+ road race champion.
Through leadership roles on numerous teams and more recently as an endurance sports coach, Jerry has implemented the tried and true training principles he has developed, and tested on himself, as well as those from many other experts across numerous disciplines. He gains as much gratification from notching a top race result as he does from seeing even the smallest successes of his trainees. Having embraced training and racing using power-based metrics since they emerged, Jerry will apply that deep understanding in the studio to deliver fitness-focused workouts.
When not cycling, Jerry can be found at his part time job talking about performance nutrition and diet with gym/studio owners and members. He coaches his son’s basketball team and in nicer weather can be found at one of a large number of popular coffee shops from central MA east, which he probably rode his bike to.
You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take. Gotta try!
Jerry's Happy Place
Spending time with my family and friends engaging in fun activity. Followed by spending time on my road bike in warm, sunny weather on a challenging course.
Red Hot Chili Peppers- By The Way
Motivating, respectful, innovative, driven, analytical